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Old 01-08-2010, 10:06 AM   #1
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This is my first visit. My scrollsaw work is fairly recent. I struggled for years with a Dremel saw which was frustrating, when my mentor passed his old Excalibur on to me my level of work changed for the best. The attached photos show the variety of my work. The bird houses were commissioned and the wood turnings were done for fun.
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Welcome aboard I'm sorry your attachments did not come through...
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I don't know where my photos went . Probably something I did or didn't do correctly.
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