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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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Paul Meisel
Paul Meisel's experience in woodworking and design is extensive. During his 10 years as an industrial arts instructor, Mr. Meisel realized the need for project plans that the beginning woodworker could manage. He began designing projects that excited interest in students, yet did not exceed their skill level.

Realizing the need for well-designed plans for the school as well as the home-hobbyist woodworker, he and his wife, Pat, set about creating a mail order company for the distribution of these plans. They took their unique concept one step further by offering many hard-to-find specialty hardware parts. This company, Meisel Hardware Specialties, has become one of the nation's leading project plan and woodworking supply companies. more