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    I am a portrait scroller mainly,although I do enjoy all other forms of scrolling.I currently have 11 pieces hanging in the International Motorsports Hall of Fame,Talladega International Speedway.I am wanting to publish some of my work and patterns. Any advice,direction,or help out there? Thanks,
    Brady Jones

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    If you are looking to publish in the Scroll Saw Work Shop, go to the Home page of this website, click on "About Us" button on the top of the page. Then go to "Looking for articles" That will bring up some information and an email address for Shannon Flowers. She will answer all your questions. And I can attest that she is very friendly and responds very quickly!!
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      Originally posted by Brady Jones
      I am a portrait scroller mainly,although I do enjoy all other forms of scrolling.I currently have 11 pieces hanging in the International Motorsports Hall of Fame,Talladega International Speedway.I am wanting to publish some of my work and patterns. Any advice,direction,or help out there? Thanks,
      Brady Jones
      Being a fellow scrollsawer and an AVID Nascar Fan...I have to say that I am impressed!!!! Anywhere to go to see pics of your work???

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