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    Hello, my name is Moreno, I' am a 37 "child" old from Italy. I' d like to became a scrollsawer. Now I search around the web some info. I am father of two little child (5 and 2 year old). I' m a firefighter in Vicenza, 100 km from Venice. Sorry for my bed english. I must learn scrollsaw and English

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    Hello Moreno. Welcome to the forum.

    It's my understanding that scrolling was very popular in Italy many years ago and that classic Italian fretwork patterns are highly regarded, even to this day. I know that a few years ago the (late) founder of our scroll saw club was working with someone in Italy to try & procure some of these wonderful old, 19th century Italian patterns. Is scrolling still popular there? What sources do you have for patterns in your country?
    Homer : "Oh, and how is education supposed to make me feel smarter. Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain."

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      Hi Bill,
      I' m at the start of scrollsaw.
      In italy is most popular scrollsaw (traforo) but in the italian web there isn' t a lot of model. I' ve seen something in the christmas market, but i have not idea where find some model.
      sorry for my bed English

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      • #4
        Welcome to the best scrollsaw information site,Don't be afraid to ask any questions,there is always ahelping hand here.
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        You speak English better tan I can speak yours.
        Welcome and enjoy this sitie and Hobby

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        • #5
          Your English is understandable and better than some natives inthe U.S. So keep it working on it.

          You will find that here at this site and in the Scroll Saw magazine that there are a whole bunch of talented people and they are all willing to help or find help for you. Please do not hesitate to ask.

          Welcome to the group.

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