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Old 01-23-2010, 05:53 AM   #1
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Hello everyone,

I am writing from Brussels in Belgium ... far away from USA ! and started approximately 2 years go to make marquetry for my pleasure and to offer presents. Then I discovered SC ad also started scrollsaw works.

For the first time I have posted (in beginner section of gallery) pictures of my work ! Don't hesitate to comment ! Some are also marquetry.
Lot of them are inspired (or just duplicates) of works desccribed in ScrollSaw magazines. I stated reading the magazine one year ago approximately and also bought old issues : it's a great help for me, the articles are very interesting. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

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Hi Muriel,

Welcome aboard. Nice work. I especially like your Fous de Bassan piece.

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Welcome to our family Muriel......your work is just beautiful. Maybe someday you would be willing to post a WIP (work in progress) to show us how you do your marquetry. Come by often, we love new members, so much to learn from each other.
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Yes please do share a work in progress. Great to have you as a new member of out online community.

Here is a link to my favorite, although they are all wonderful..You are for sure not a beginner.

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