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    I'm pleased to learn about this new scrolling forum. I hope to learn from your experiences, and share my own experience where I can. I really enjoy scrolling. I usually don't sell my projects (I've sold about $400 worth over 10 years), but I give them away - mainly to grandchildren and other family members. I have an 18" Hegner which I love because it is so easy to thread the blade even in very large pieces of wood. I enjoy innovative ideas in scrolling patterns, and Pat Spielman was my hero in this area. I especially enjoy very intricate fretwork.

    Question: Has anyone seen anything surprising in the Disney Castle article in the current issue of SSW? Look at the trees.

    Tom Sevy
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    Yes, I see the surprise.
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    What surprise. I don't see anything
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    You're nuts. There isn't anything unusual.
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    I don't have the current issue of SSW.
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    Hi Tom,

    Glad you found this site. Welcome.
    I saw that "Disney Castle". That sure is a nice one. Most have taken some time. It looks great.
    Hope you show some more items from Volker Arnold. He is a great German designer. Hope I can meet him this year maybe at Branson. If not, I know I will meet him in Dresden Germany some day.

    Mike M
    SD Mike

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      Welcome Tom!

      Glad to see you have joined us. I have seen your posts on some other forums and you will be a definite asset to ours here.

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