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Old 01-10-2007, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Hello from NorthWest Montana.

Just recently picked up a scroll saw and took a stab at something for the wife's new kitchen that we just been remodeled.

The questions have been building up over the past couple days -- with the loads of information here, fortunately I'm finding answers already. Thanks for the great source.
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Welcome aboard Stan!! So what kind of project are ya working on?
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Welcome to the group! If there's a question and you can't find an answer among these folks ... it's mission impossible.
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Thanks for the welcome folks.

Bill, the project I'm working on now is a valance that will span the cabinets over the sink. We will be putting in a wide flourescent light behind the valance.

The plan is to make a framework that will allow different panels to be placed into the valance, the first three will be a wheatstalk panel and 2 dragonfly panels.

This is the wheatstalk panel -- the pattern came from Workbench magazine (Dec 2005) in an article on inlays in gift boxes. I kinda munged some of the starter holes (if that's the right term) and had problems with the pattern lifting so I will be re-doing this panel. And thanks to the forum, I think I will be looking for some 'green tape'. Will be buying some mineral spirits also.



I will be using colored epoxy to fill in the panel, probably a light yellow for effect. Haven't found anything yet, but some sort of luminiscent (sp) or 'sparkled' mixture for the epoxy in the dragonfly wings.

I'm on the hunt for a better dragonfly pattern right now, the one I have just doesn't look quite right. I searched and found a message thread pointing to google images and think I have found one that will look a lot better thanks to that information.
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