So I have been Scrolling for about a year now and, I think, getting better at it all the time. First of all reading and watching all the tutorials I can find. Thanks a lot to Shelia Landry and Steve Good for their part in that. Then lots of practice – LOTS.
As all of this comes to play, learning how to get the blade to go where I want it to, how to select the correct blade for the project, how to select the correct wood and then how to finish it to show off the work. It seems like and endless process and at times a very frustrating one. However if you are going to create projects that people actually want, then to must spend time in the process of learning to create quality.
So here I sit planning my first Craft show ion Oct. 1st and working on projects for that show. I had just completed a project, for a friend of mine, and she took it to work and showed it off to fellow co-workers. Well now my in-box is filling with orders or price requests for her and others. Now my goal is to produce quality products at a reasonable price that will be cherished by the person that receives it. If I can’t do that then I would not try to be in the business of selling my work.
This looks like it is going to be a lot of fun, a lot of work and making lots of people happy.
-- Just learning the craft my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ practiced.