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  • edward
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    Bring back the show to Lancaster Pa. fun place to go. edward

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  • NC Scroller
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    Originally posted by crag79 View Post
    Sorry for that. I thought i pasted it, but http://www.thewoodworkingshows.com/detroit.html. I think I saw a post in one of the other sections also.
    I have attended this show before. Through my club I even did scroll saw demos when the show was last in Charlotte, NC back in 2011. This show is a lot about selling stuff and less about instructions. I was the only scroll saw activity the entire weekend.

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  • crag79
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    Sorry for that. I thought i pasted it, but http://www.thewoodworkingshows.com/detroit.html. I think I saw a post in one of the other sections also.

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  • Mindy
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    Originally posted by crag79 View Post
    I know this thread is about 3 months old, but I found this online coming to Detroit. Anyway that you might be able to get into these types of shows in the future?
    Sorry, I don't see a link. What did you find?

    -Mindy

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  • Rolf
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    Amen POP. We need to continue growing the hobby beyond us geriatrics.

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  • crag79
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    I know this thread is about 3 months old, but I found this online coming to Detroit. Anyway that you might be able to get into these types of shows in the future?

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  • Pop
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    Bob.. How about a venue like one of the big local fairs? I know York Fair has a big attendance and the folks who go through the buildings with the judged projects like wood working, art, quilting, etc. are pretty large. Every year you see more and more scroll work it seems. There's always space for a demo setup by a couple different scrollers over the 9 days at York Fair. Just a thought. We really need to keep our craft going and show the gratification received by doing something by hand.

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  • NC Scroller
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    Cool stuff.

    Sadly it won't replace our Thursday night dinner.

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  • will8989
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    I never knew these videos existed!!! Welcome back Shawn. You were missed.

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  • Scrolling Days
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    LOL. Shows what I know. My wife always tells me that she could paint the whole house a different color, and I'd never notice it.

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  • BobD
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    Sorry, here's a link to the playlists, which break the videos down by magazine.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/FoxChapelVideos/playlists

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  • KarlB
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    All I see is photo stuff, no scroll saw or carving
    Click on the videos tab and it will expand the available videos. A number of them appear to be on carving.

    Karl

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  • RJweb
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    All I see is photo stuff, no scroll saw or carving

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  • BobD
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    Here's our Fox Chapel Channel:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqQ...rcDNIeuOAW5hLA

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  • Rolf
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    Hi Shawn, good to have you back! What a great idea on the videos.

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