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Well, as you can see, I’m a scroller. I did this particular project to pay homage to my dad who died in 09. He had a lifelong love of trains and I don’t think I could have come up with a better project

-- Corey Peterson

I too do scroll saw work and this is great work! People don’t realize how long something like this takes!

-- Dave

Thanks. I think I’m in the neighborhood of 17 hours. This is by far the most intricate project I’ve ever done. I’ll post pics of a couple of the projects I’m Fixin to start soon. One of em is a windmill clock, really cool design

-- Corey Peterson

This is very intricate work. Impressive!

I envy you guys.
I am learning to use my scrollsaw and it’s not going well. The blade is all over the place but on the line where I want it to be.

I will keep hammering on it until I get it.

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

Just keep goin. I’ve been doin this since I was in jr. high school, about 18 years. It just takes time. It took almost 3 months to actually get a project to come out when I started. I’ve slowly upgraded my tools and skills and still use some of the same tools I got in jr. high. Keep goin. I wanna see aimed your stuff too

-- Corey Peterson

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

Great scrolling of a beautiful pattern.

-- DeadwoodCreations

Excellent work.

-- woodworking classes, custom furniture maker


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