Sunday, June 28, 2009

My Fine China Scroll Saw Pattern



My wife wanted a china cabinet. She was a little disappointed.


This scroll saw pattern holds paper plates that are 10 1/4" in diameter.



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Pattern Cataloging Software Video Review

FilePick is a program that a reader introduced me to a few weeks back. It solves a problem that many of us have. We tend to accumulate dozens if not hundreds of patterns on our computer and it is difficult to find what we are looking for later. FilePick allows you to associate any picture in the pattern as a thumbnail to open the pattern.

The video review will show the basics of the program operation. It is very simple to use and seems to do a good job for it's intended purpose.



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