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    I would like to know if there are any patterns on how to make a scrollsaw completely out of wood if so I would like to purchace one

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    I just discovered this site and saw your post. I have seen plans for a wooden scroll saw advertised on ebay under scroll saw.

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      Wildwood has a pattern to make your own. It is # 10580
      $ 25.95. Foot Powered Scroll SAW.

      Mike M
      SD Mike

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        I found this pattern for 19.99 for a Foot Treadle Scroll Saw. It is at Meisel Hardware Specialties. their website is www.meiselwoodhobby.com and the Item number is W2395[quote author=remmyfloris link=board=General_SS;num=1069219601;start=0#0 date=11/18/03 at 23:26:41]I would like to know if there are any patterns on how to make a scrollsaw completely out of wood if so I would like to purchace one[/quote]

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          Does anyone know a good site you can print patterns off of? I have a lot of books but I think I need some more ideas.

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            I found this pattern site while surfing. I have not used it but it does look interesting. lol

            http://www.scrollersplans.com/index.html

            Scott

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              The best patterns in the world canbe found for free. Do a Google image search for anything you're interested in http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi&q= find the pictures you like, right-click and save then to your computer. Then you can modify them, make them bigger or smaller and print them out.
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