Monday, May 19, 2014

Let's give something away.

Everyone likes a chance to win cool stuff so let's do a giveaway. Actually let's do a double giveaway. Frank over at Papa's Workshop has offered to give away The Lifter to one lucky Scrollsaw Workshop reader. The Lifter is a great modification for the DeWalt DW788 scroll saw. Watch Franks demonstration video below for all the details of this neat product. It's a $30 value. It's the lifter I use on my DeWalt saw and I love it.

So those of you who don't own that model have a chance to get in on the giveaway I will send a $30 Amazon gift card to another lucky winner.

Here is how you enter to win.
First let me say this. Every giveaway I am disappointed to have to throw out entries. You have to follow the rules or you can't win. Don't miss out because you don't read on below.

Sorry but the giveaway is for US residents only. I promise that I will come up with something soon for all the other readers from around the world.
On my blog there is a picture of a U.S. Penny. Find the penny and note the date.  

Send an email to
1.  In the subject type the date noted from the penny.
2.  In the body of the email say if you prefer The Lifter or the Amazon Gift Certificate.
3.  Entries have to be in before May 24, 2014 at noon Eastern Time.
4. I will randomly draw from all the legal entries until I get one winner for The Lifter and one for the Amazon gift certificate.

It's simple so you may as well enter.
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If you would like to have all the patterns in the Scrollsaw Workshop catalog you can buy the first six years DVD and the 2013 update DVD at this link. DVD #1 is $20 and contains over 1,100 patterns. The 2013 update DVD is $7.50 and has another 178 patterns.

The Best Dad I Ever Saw. A pattern for Father's Day.

This Father's Day sign should look nice hanging in any father's office. You can cut it as is or replace the bottom text with the father's name. You can use the stencil font I posted on May 4th to replace the text.