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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1189: New Free Painting Pattern on My Site

12-11-2013 12:21 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

These past several weeks have been passing by like a whirlwind. There have been several deadlines to meet and that alone seems to have made time pass quickly. I usually find myself wondering where the day has gone somewhere around 4pm when dusk starts to settle in. So many people don’t like the winter months. They don’t like the darkness, which makes the days appear even shorter. They don’t like the cold or the snow and ice. They don’t like the cloudy bleakness tha...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1188: Another Update to Our Site!

12-10-2013 12:30 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

Even though Keith and I usually don’t feel like we are adding a lot of new patterns, it seems that our product line is growing by leaps and bounds. Our “loose” goal is to put out a newsletter about twice a month introducing our new designs and letting people know what we are up to and while I thought that would be something that would be difficult to maintain, I find that the newsletter are never short of new items or announcements. I guess we are both pretty busy. I rea...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1185: Re-painting Designs to Create the Pattern

12-07-2013 12:50 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 2 comments »

I had a wonderful fun and relaxing day yesterday. Although – my idea of ‘relaxing’ may not be what you are used to seeing. I had an early dentists’ appointment. The tooth he fixed a couple of weeks ago was having some issues and he needed to do an adjustment on it. I do have a great dentist and he always seems to get me in quickly when I need him. This wasn’t an emergency though and I had called a couple of days ago and he was able to see me early yesterday...

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Easy made snow gauge

11-06-2013 08:56 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

This is a great project to get the kids involved. Also with the upcoming weather you can now keep track of how much snow you get. Total project cost $5. See the video here.

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1114: New Design for the Magazine and Lots of Other Things

08-27-2013 09:41 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 3 comments »

Today was the first day of the season that I woke up and it was still pitch dark outside. Even though I am nearly through my first cup of coffee, it still is just now barely getting light. Another sure sign that summer is weaning and autumn and winter are quickly approaching. I need to write quickly today, as the day is already full and looks as if it will be a busy one. My dear kitty Coco is having some problems and I had to call the vet last night. The problems didn’t seem emerge...

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I miss my shop in the winter. #2: SPRING!

03-29-2013 11:44 PM by gforcegarcia | 14 comments »

Well, I finally got out in the shop for the first time in 2013! I covered my tools with tarps to slow the winter rust. It wasn’t too bad. A little surface rust on the tables. Nothing some WD-40, T-9, and paste wax couldn’t handle. I also decided to remove the Rockler router table from my table saw. I could never get the height right. It made it hard to cut accurately.I am still going to use the router table, but build a new dedicated base for it. I upgraded my lighting this wint...

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LJ Woodworking Awards - Winter 2013 #3: Winners Announced

02-08-2013 09:20 PM by Martin Sojka | 9 comments »

The results are in and it’s time to officially announce the winners of the LumberJocks Woodworking Awards. The winning projects were selected from the 24 “Wooden Wear-ables” submissions in an online voting held from February 1 to February 7. 93 votes were cast during this period. And here are the winning projects… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Winner – 177 points – $500 Cash Prize Runner-Up – 151 points – $200 Cash Prize ...

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LJ Woodworking Awards - Winter 2013 #2: Cast Your Votes!

02-05-2013 03:39 PM by Martin Sojka | 6 comments »

Awards entry period is over and we ended up with 24 entries in ‘Wooden Wear-ables’ category. Now it’s time to pick your top 5 list and cast your votes. Voting deadline is on February 7th at 3 PM CDT. Please note that if you submitted an Awards entry, you will not see your project listed on the voting page. (You are not allowed to vote for yourself.) So don’t panic – others can pick your entry without any problems. The results will be announced on Februa...

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I miss my shop in the winter. #1: Can't wait till spring in Wisconsin :-)

01-18-2013 04:21 PM by gforcegarcia | 1 comment »

It’s the middle of January , and I am itching to get out in the shop. Right now it is all packed up for the winter so we can park inside. I just added a bunch of new T8 lights to the shop. 5 new fixtures in all. I also recieved my brand new Veritas Router Plane yesterday. I am very excited to try it out. I guess I will spend the cold months sharpening my tools, and designing projects so I can hit the ground running as soon as the temps are over 40 all day long. I have a bunch of projec...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #926: Snowflake Tray - Version 2

01-07-2013 12:18 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 11 comments »

I had a good day yesterday finishing up my new snowflake candle tray and getting some instructions written. I know the tray looked finished yesterday, but I wanted to see how it would look with a little tint and – yes – some sparkles added to it. I was certainly not disappointed. I had purposely used ash to cut the tray because of its light color. While maple can be light in color like the ash, I find that sometimes the grain is very nondescript and when I use stain or color...

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