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    The plans for the box are in the Oct 1994 issue of Wood magazine. I made a few boxes and messed them all up. then I went out to the internet and got some clues as th what I was doing wrong. I finally made one that came out

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    Re: Fishy Little Scrollsawed Puzzle Box

    Bill, I really like that little box. My husband has several years' worth of issues of Wood Magazine, but not as far back as October 1994. I went to their site to see if back issues could be ordered or if there was a way to contact them and couldn't find either one.
    Do you have any suggestions?
    Gudrun

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      Re: Fishy Little Scrollsawed Puzzle Box

      I can't post anymore under 'gudrun', it tells me that somebody is already using that name.....well, duh!
      Anyway, Bill, thanks for your suggestion. I've checked the on-line catalog of our local library consortium (the three larger libraries in the area) and they have Wood Magazine between now and October 2001 but not before.
      This pattern is not important enough for you to go to any trouble finding an issue!!! But thank you for offering.
      (I just got the Diana Thompson compound cutting book and a book on making bandsaw boxes, that should keep me busy for a while. )

      Gudrun

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        Re: Fishy Little Scrollsawed Puzzle Box

        Hi Gudrun,

        I had the same problem yesterday. Had to go with an other email address and password. Stupid, this is the seconf time.

        Email Rob Star at: [email protected] and complain to him.
        Some is wrong with this board. :

        Mike M



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