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|06-02-2009, 10:58 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Indianapolis, IN, USA
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I've been scroll sawing for about 7 years now, mostly giving away gifts. I do a lot of religious and wildlife images. I've not yet tried intarsia, but I've done a lot of fretwork and other detail work. I use a Dewalt 788, and a wide varieties of woods. My husband is a part-time cabinet maker, and I get lots of very nice scraps.
Although I've read the Scroll Saw magazine, I didn't know there was a forum here.
I joined today looking for patterns for the "Stations of the Cross" -- all 14. My son has an Eagle Scout project where he wishes to put these in at our church/school and we are searching for patterns. He wanted to purchase images for that, but his fund-raising is running low and time is running out. The two of us can work on that together and get them done probably before his time does run out in August.
I'm rather pleased to find this forum, and will probably stay a while! For looking around, it looks like I can learn a lot here. But for now, I'm seeking the Stations of the Cross patterns.
|06-02-2009, 11:37 PM||#2|
Welcome Rose, your gonna love this place!!!
Dale w/ yella saws
|06-03-2009, 02:42 AM||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2008
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Welcome Indyrose your very lucky to get all those good scraps from your hubby. This is a fun site with lots of great people and lots of good ideas
|06-03-2009, 06:20 AM||#4|
welcome too the forum indyrose
hope you enjoy it .if you go too the pattern request section,you might find someone who can help you with your stations of the cross project.
not doing much
and busy doing it
having fun making sawdust.
|06-03-2009, 09:58 AM||#5|
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Down on the Corner-Out in the Street
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Greetings from Muncie.
Welcome to the forum from an old Eagle (class of 69). Best wishes to your son and wish there was some way to help a young man taking a huge step in self confidence.
"Music takes us places language alone can not"--Glenn Frey
Sawdust on the saw table looks like progress.
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