No announcement yet.

New Scroller - Kind of...

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • New Scroller - Kind of...

    Greetings scrollers and scroller-ettes!!!
    My name is Bobby. I've had a scroll saw for a lot of years but it mostly sat on my workbench collecting dust. Unfortunately I've developed a hip problem that doesn't allow me to stay standing on my feet for any length of time. And so scrolling lets me sit on my stool and still do something constructive. Time sure flies by quickly when I really get into what I'm doing. I'm looking to get a lot of things done before spring time and the craft tables start popping up. I'm hoping that scrolling will help replace at least some of what pine furniture was giving me.

    That being said, I'm really looking to find which forum I should be putting a few questions regarding scroll saw brands. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Very much obliged. Nice to meet you all!!!


  • #2
    Hi Bobby,

    This is the best forum around for questions. Lots of good people on here that will help
    with any questions.



    Unconfigured Ad Widget


    Latest Topics


    • jim_mex
      Reply to My first decent furniture project - Welding and woodwork combined
      by jim_mex
      Hi Linda - thanks for the comments on the welds. It took me an hour or so to get into the swing of MIG wire welding but I really like it in preference to stick welding especially for welding thinner material. I confess to investing in a new angle grinder to help with the cleanup and dressing. I bought...
      Today, 12:25 AM
    • keystonecop
      Bread and Cheese..
      by keystonecop
      ‚Äč Scrollsaw Woodworking and crafts Winter 2020 3/4 Cherry. A work in progress. This has been one of the most frustrating and rewarding projects that I have ever done. @Fiona Kingdon is by far one of the great scroll saw artists. Her patterns are not always the type that I like (I like to follow red...
      Today, 12:08 AM
    • keystonecop
      Reply to Recommendations anyone?
      by keystonecop
      This is in a 5x5 area.. The total shop is 10x12 ...
      Today, 12:01 AM
    • jim_mex
      Reply to Turning to something new
      by jim_mex
      Wow! That segmented bowl is amazing!

      Betty - I have an old Darth Vader helmet somewhere. Will that substitute Bruce's get up? Failing that there always my current biker's helmet Thanks very much for the safety advice and concern. Rest assured that safety is my priority these days....
      Yesterday, 11:57 PM
    • will8989
      Reply to Turning to something new
      by will8989
      That is beautiful. Your design?
      Yesterday, 11:42 PM