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Short Cuts – Issue Three

Short Cuts – Issue Three

Welcome to the third issue of Short Cuts! Our quarterly e-newsletter Short Cuts is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Short Cuts
Short Cuts – Issue Two

Short Cuts – Issue Two

Welcome to the second issue of Short Cuts! Our quarterly e-newsletter Short Cuts is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Short Cuts
Short Cuts – Issue One

Short Cuts – Issue One

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Short Cuts! Our quarterly e-newsletter Short Cuts is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Short Cuts
Photo Tips: Lighting

Photo Tips: Lighting

Lighting By Jon Deck Temperature This does not refer to the heat created by a bulb, but the hue or color of the light produced from a light source. The most common problem I find in a series of photos is that the color will shift dramatically from shot to […]

by July 18, 2016 Techniques
Club News

Club News

New Leaders for SAW The Scrollsaw Association of the World (SAW) was founded in 1997 as a way for scrollers to connect with each other, share knowledge, and organize events. The group has hosted picnics and conferences, published a newsletter and a director of members, and created a system of […]

by July 15, 2016 News
Why Scrollers Need an 18-gauge Stapler

Why Scrollers Need an 18-gauge Stapler

If you have an air compressor, inexpensive brad nailers and 18-gauge staplers are readily available; in many cases one tool can use brads or staples. But these require you to have a compressor and tie you to an air line. I’ve switched over to cordless tools for their convenience. These […]

by July 12, 2016 Product Reviews
Lighthouse Silhouette

Lighthouse Silhouette

Lighthouse Silhouette By Robin Arnold Ohio and lighthouses may seem an unlikely couple, but along the north coast of the state, which borders Lake Erie, several can still be found. One of the most popular is the Marblehead (OH) Lighthouse—which is the subject of this project. I prefer using 3/4″ […]

by July 10, 2016 Patterns
Photo Tips: Resolution

Photo Tips: Resolution

By Jon Deck I am constantly sought out to evaluate images that are sent to us by contributors. And the first thing I look for is the resolution of the photo. Many times we receive images that are far too low in resolution to meet the quality of our printed […]

by December 30, 2015 Techniques
Show Report: Artistry in Wood

Show Report: Artistry in Wood

The largest carving show in America, Artistry in Wood attracts more than 5,000 shoppers and 200 exhibitors to Dayton, Ohio, every November. The show is sponsored by the Dayton Carvers Guild. Although the focus of the show is carving, scrollers are increasingly well represented. The Dayton Carvers welcome scrollers, turners, […]

by December 23, 2015 News
Teacher Feature: Five Questions for Carole Rothman

Teacher Feature: Five Questions for Carole Rothman

The artist and author explains how frosting and a bad band saw led her to bowl making By Mindy Kinsey Carole Rothman’s bowls are colorful, glossy, silky smooth, and decorated with wonderful patterns. Her boxes are equally inspiring—some of them are cleverly designed to look like food and miniature furniture, […]

by December 23, 2015 Features