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    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


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

    you might try this for scroll wood ...


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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. Nice people to work with and great service.

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