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    I just started working with the scroll saw and here are some of my pieces so far. Can anyone give me a good resource for additional puzzles? I have the Fox Chapel books on Animals and Fantasy puzzles and am looking for more like them.

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  • #2
    You have done a nice job on those. There are puzzle patterns in the vault, steve good has puzzles on his blog. You can make puzzles out of almost anything you can think of, comic book pages, coloring book pages, calenders,clip art.

    Head over to the welcome members forum and introduce yourself and share a little about you, your saw, how you got interested in scrolling etc.

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    "Still Montana Mike"

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    • #3
      nice job...keep cuttin' and keep postin'.....welcome to the forum...

      bob
      "The Journey is the Reward"

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      • #4
        No advice but wanted to let you know you cut very nice puzzles - I'm particularly partial to the hummingbird.

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