The Scroll Saw Special Interest Group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the Month at 7:00 pm.
The scroll saw SIG is a place where members interested in scroll sawing can learn new techniques, improve their skills, share their knowledge, and have a chance to meet people with similar interests and skills. We have an extensive collection of patterns available to member scrollers. Barbara Bruschi has organized and filed these patterns. They are located in the library at the Guild. Barbara will be happy to help you find your pattern. There also is a large collection of scroll saw magazines available for viewing and can be checked out from the library. Some of the areas of interest that we have delved into are listed below. We are always open for new areas as long as they relate to scroll sawing.
See a YouTube video of David Roth discussing Scroll Saw skills HERE.
SCROLL SAW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
October 11th / 7:00 P.M.
Lance Helman will be the presenter. Lance will provide an introduction to Native American Indian intarsia patterns. He will also provide a brief intro to Native American Indian dyes.
Discussion will follow.
Be sure to bring your Show-and-Tell items also.
Intarsia | Blade selection | Marquetry | Toys | Scroll saw techniques | Ornament making | Parquetry-Puzzle making
Box making | Fretwork | Jigs | Simple & complex projects | Show & Tell | Compound Cutting