This page was last updated: November 15, 2017
2017 Annual Christmas Ornament Program
The meeting format is generally an open discussion by all members. The experience, interests and areas of expertise of each member vary from novice or beginner to very experienced. As such, the exchange of experience is invaluable to all.
Generally each month members will bring to the meeting their in-process or completed work better known as "showm and tell". Members will explain their techniques, difficulties, successes and recommendations. Many demonstrations and disussions include:
-- Saw blade selection, sources, prices and experience tips
-- Wood choices; thicknesses, scrolling characteristics relative to blade selection, saw speeds, wood grain or hardness
-- Wood sources and pricing
-- Wood finishing products and techniques
-- Scrolling Saw use, maintenance, safety and experience
-- Scrolling techniques and tips
-- Fretwork and Intarsia plans are discussed and many times members will bring copies of plans to discuss future projects.
Note: the Scroller's club maintains an extensive file of plans and books available for members use.
The Carolina Scrollers are continuing their annual program to make and sell handmade scrolled Christmas ornaments to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina. 100% of the sales will be donated.
The program is a two phase program. Phase one, now complete, was the sale of ornaments at the Klingspor Extravaganza Woodworking Show in Hickory NC on October 27 and 28. During the two day show 301 ornaments were sold resulting in $1,725 being donated to the food bank.
Phase two starts November 22 at the Winston Salem NC Klingspor Woodworking Shop located at 532 Hanes Mall Blvd. Sales will continue until December 31, 2017.