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Pretty good for just playing.
Always wanted a scroll saw. I've had to make do with drilling and an old jigsaw for similar work. Takes forever and never looks exactly how I was hoping. Your design looks amazing, how long did it take?
Thanks for joining in the discussion @Breezy. I'm sure @kel appreciates your complements and will get back to you as soon as possible. I trust you have seen all of the scroll saw creations that Kel recently shared on the gallery here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Gallery/con-p/gallery/tab/most-recent?
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thanks for your complements,i have only recently started using a scrollsaw,so very much the beginner,but i find it relaxing.for about $150 you can pick up a scrollsaw and start having a bit of fun.depending on the amount of detail in a project will determine how long it will take but the basket could easily be knocked up in an afternoon,same goes for this sun/moon piece,but some projects could take a few sessions to cut all the components and the a couple more sessions ,gluing,sanding and finishing the project.but it is a relaxing hobby ,so no need to rush ,just relaxand enjoy.i hope you will consider buying a scrollsaw and have a go.
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