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    I hope this is the right place to post this. I found a site on the net that has pretty extensive tutorials on how to use GIMP and INKSCAPE to make scroll saw patterns. It is called Scroll Saw Village. The URL is:
    Village University Classes • Scroll Saw Village
    I hope this will be of some help to anyone looking for help on these two programs.



  • #2
    gona give that a try.
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    • #3
      Jim Moss (Jim_Mex) wrote and produced a very extensive, well done tutorial on INKSCAPE that is in the sticky section of the Intarsia, Segmentation and Inlay forum here on this site. You might want to check that one out as well.



      • #4
        Thanks for that info, Jan. I'll give it a look. I definitely need help with those two programs.



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