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Old 01-09-2010, 08:59 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone.My name is Dave and I am new to scrollsawing.I have just retired and am picking up a new hobby.I am really enjoying the fool out of it too. It is very satisfying and rewarding to see what can be done with a little scroll saw. I was able to make gifts for everyone in the family for christmas. I am relly thinking about trying the craft show circuit locally to see if it would be fun as well as profitable. I just don't know for sure what type items people would buy. If anyone has suggestions it would be very well received on this end.
Look forward to chatting often and finding all the help I need to become a pro at this.This is really the most exciting hobby I have ever been envolved in. Good luck to all my fellow scrollsawers till next time.

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Welcome Dave. Hope you get all that you desire from the forum & all that's available. I don't sell at the swap meets or whatever, so can't tell you what would sell good. I think toy's, napkin holders, clocks etc. would be good starters. What kind of saw do you have?
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