Denis" I ve been scrolling since the early 1980 s. I used to make all of my own model railroad buildings and bridges from scratch. My first scroll saw was a Delta 16 , which I used for many years. Now I have a Craftsman 16 ."


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I m honored to be selected this month. I live in northern Vermont with my wife of 22 ½ years. We have 3 children. Our 22-year-old daughter is a senior at Wellesley College; our son, who is 21, is an Assistant Manager at Aubuchon Hardware Stores; and our youngest daughter is a junior at Saint Johnsbury Academy. Our oldest daughter is getting married next Halloween. Everyone is coming in costume for the wedding. I ll be making most of the decorations.


I ve been scrolling since the early 1980 s. I used to make all of my own model railroad buildings and bridges from scratch. My first scroll saw was a Delta 16 , which I used for many years. Now I have a Craftsman 16 . I really enjoy fret working and am now getting involved with Intarsia woodworking.

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My current projects are being donated to our local church for their Christmas Bazaar. I m also making our pastor a clock for his office. I ve enlarged a cross pattern and am inserting a clock and a picture of our church. I really enjoy redesigning patterns. For instance, I took Christmas ornament patterns and made them into votive candle boxes. We are painting them white and inserting a candle inside. I ve also used Plexiglas to make sun catchers.

I really enjoy redesigning patterns. For instance, I took Christmas ornament patterns and made them into votive candle boxes. We are painting them white and inserting a candle inside. I ve also used Plexiglas to make sun catchers.

Here are a couple of suggestions:
  Use empty prescription bottles for saw blades.  Trace your work on your wood with carbon paper. It takes a little longer, but it s worth it.

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