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    Greetings!
    I have been away from the saw for about a year but I am getting back into it. My upcoming projects are some scrolled clocks for our yearly craft fair on Labor Day. I need a source for the wood. I am looking for 1/4 inch red oak primarily, and some 1'2 inch mahagony is nice for desk clocks. Can you recomend any online sources for wood for the scroll saw?

    Thanks for the help

    Marianne

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    http://www.sloanswoodshop.coRe: Intro and question

    you might try this for scroll wood ... http://www.sloanswoodshop.com/default.htm

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      Re: Intro and question

      Thanks for the link. Looks like a great selection

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        Re: Intro and question

        Here is one more you can check.

        http://www.heritagewood.com/ Nice people to work with and great service.

        Mike M
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