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Back to Basics

While reading Joanne Lockwood’s article on scroll saw techniques, I was reminded of the class I took with Ron Posten many years ago. There were
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My Favorite Cover

In our holiday issue, we invited readers to share their favorite project from past issues of the magazine. Check out www.scrollsawer.com to find out who ...
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Let Me Count the Ways

Last issue, we invited you to join our 10th anniversary celebration by sharing the top ten reasons you love scrolling and Scroll Saw Woodworking & ...
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Join the 10th Anniversary Celebration

It’s been ten years since our premiere issue rolled off the presses and you’re invited to join the celebration! To start things off with a bang, ...
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Welcome Home

Welcome Home We are pleased to announce subscriber services are once again being handled by the dedicated customer service team at Fox Chapel’s home office in ...
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Embracing Change

I readily admit I’m a creature of habit. I shop at the same grocery store every week. I always fill my gas tank at the ...
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Scroller Gallery - Editor's Pick 11-25-09

This beautiful layered piece titled "Paesaggio Invernale" was posted by Antoniozaglio....
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Scroller Gallery - Editor's Pick 11-11-09

More than 7,000 images are posted on the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts scroller gallery. This festive Halloween pumpkin by Paul Senko caught my eye! ...
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Neal Moore
Neal Moore, a retired Navy Chief Warrant Officer, is one of those who are considered the absolute-best at what they do for the Navy, having risen through the ranks of the enlisted to eventually receive a Presidential appointment. Retired since 1983, Neal Moore has shifted his interest in exacting technical operations to a different venue, the scroll saw. After purchasing his first scroll saw in 2003, Neal soon developed his own patterns, and perfected a wood-crafting technique called "segmented portraiture". His work has been featured on the cover of Scroll Saw Workshop magazine and he is a moderator for Scroll Saw Workshop's message board Neal Moore lives in Cottageville, West Virginia.

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