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    Anyone here in Utah know where to buy good scrolling wood? I'm looking for somewhere that carries everything from the plywoods to the hardwoods to the exotics. I'd like to have somewhere locally that I can buy from so I can pick and choose each piece, pick colors and grains, and avoid shipping charges. I've found mills that carry rough cut stock, but since i dont have planers and joiners, I want woods that dont require alot of prep and sanding.
    Thanks for any info.

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    Originally posted by Heliotropic
    Anyone here in Utah know where to buy good scrolling wood? I'm looking for somewhere that carries everything from the plywoods to the hardwoods to the exotics. I'd like to have somewhere locally that I can buy from so I can pick and choose each piece, pick colors and grains, and avoid shipping charges. I've found mills that carry rough cut stock, but since i dont have planers and joiners, I want woods that dont require alot of prep and sanding.
    Thanks for any info.
    Gosh Heliotropic. I wish I had a place here in the mojove deseart too. its not to hard to order online. sometimes you can get free shipping. i too love to look at my wood before buying. but its just not availabal here. do you have a Rockler or Woodcraft store nere you? if not here is there web sights. www.rockler.com and www.woodcraft.com and like i said in a other post. sloan's. is good too. www.sloanswoodshop.com they will send you catalogs too. even if you don't wont to order online. its fun to get all those wood working catalogs in the mail. I get tons. and love and save them all from tools, to sand papper. your friend Evie

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      Thanks for the reply.
      I checked out the websites and there isnt a Rockler in my state but turns out there IS a Woodcraft store. Guess I'll have to go check it out!
      Thanks again.

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      • #4
        Don't know if this will help, the web site seems to have lost some of it's support:

        http://www.woodfinder.com/

        Phil

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        • #5
          Thanks Phil. I had forgotten about that link. It pulled up a couple more addresses for me to check out.

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          • #6
            Thanks Phil

            there is a place that I've been tring to find and your woodfinder link found it for me...
            It's called MacBeath Hardwood and it's only 22 miles away, they have one in Utah too..

            Thanks again for the link, NO more Poplar....

            Trout
            Hawk G-4 Jetcraft
            Fish are food, not friends!

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            • #7
              Thanks Phil. I got that in my favorits now. I forgot about this one. Peterman Lumber, Inc. www.petermanlumber.com this is one store i can go to, to look at the wood. your friend Evie ps i like the store more than the web sight.

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