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Visit the famous “Alan’s Attic” tent sale at the 2015 Open House to save big on scratch and dent books as well as get huge discounts on back issues of your favorite Fox Chapel Publishing magazines. Complete your back issues collection at 50% off! If you’re an enthusiastic reader of Woodcarving Illustrated and Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazines […]
The 2015 Fox Chapel Publishing Open House and Woodworking Show is jam packed with exhibits, demonstrations, artists, vendors, classes, and activities for all ages. Those things alone will keep you busy throughout the day. But guess what, there’s more!
The 2015 Fox Chapel Publishing Open House and Woodworking Show poster is now available for download. Help us spread the word by sending to your club list or by printing some copies and handing them out at your next meeting. Also, this is a great keepsake that you can display in your workshop. Enjoy! …and thanks!
A former teacher and librarian, Judy found her niche in life as a woodworker. A winner of many design awards, she sells her puzzles at art shows around the country and is the author of several scroll saw puzzle books.
Barry Gross is a best-selling author, a scroller, and a world-renowned pen turner. His pens are highly sought after and can be found in the pockets of Steven Spielberg, Jimmy Buffet, Greg Norman, and Dick Cheney.
Leo Deller started turning in 2010 after attending a class at John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C. That summer he joined the South Central PA Woodturners and have been advancing his turning skills by learning from the great guys in the club.
Tom Deneen started turning in 2003 as a way to relax after working all day in a nuclear power plant. Tom taught himself to turn for the most part, but he did read Richard Raffan’s books and watched how-to videos.
The president of Seyco, Ray has been supplying scroll saws, blades, and accessories to scrolling enthusiasts for more than 25 years. Visit www.Seyco.com.
Don Wilson started woodturning when he was 13, and returned to turning seriously for the past 15 years. He teaches woodturning at the Woodcraft store in Harrisburg, Pa., and does woodturning demonstrations for woodturning clubs all around central Pennsylvania.