A reader of the Scrollsaw Workshop needed a pattern for a for a charity auction where the proceeds honor a fallen firefighter. The money raised is put into a college scholarship fund for the children. It's so easy to take for granted the job firefighters do. When it's out turn to need them we sure are glad they are there.
I thought a few of you might be able to find a use for this mini clock patterns also. The pattern requires a 1 7/16" mini clock insert.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Posted by Steve Good at 11:10:00 PM
Get ready to tilt your table. Practice your relief cutting and make this beautiful cross for mom on Mothers Day. If you have never tilted the scroll saw table to make bevel cuts before this project will give you an easy project to practice on. Start out at about 2 to 3 degrees and make small test plug cuts to get the correct depth to the relief. Adjust the table until you get around a 1/4" depth cut. The smaller the angle the deeper the relief.
We had another live stream party last night. A couple readers have ask what a live stream is. It is two things actually. I broadcast my live video over the internet and you watch it on the built in player on the live stream page. We also have a chat box where the viewers can type their comments and questions. It's interactive TV.
I usually have a few things planned such as the drawing for a prize of some type. Last night I talked about the new features here on the blog. We then opened it up for questions. We had around 70 viewers last night and the stream lasted about one and a half hours.
I think everyone had a good time and the turn out was pretty good for such a short notice. Thanks for all the questions and the interesting chat.
The next live stream will be 4/30/2010 at 10pm eastern time. I will do another drawing for the Scroll Saw Woodworking and crafts subscription. Hope to see you all there.
Continue to submit your daily entries for the next giveaway drawing. All previous entries are still valid until after the next drawing. We had a winner last night. Next time it might be you.
Posted by Steve Good at 2:40:00 AM
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