Thread: Another Newbie
12th April 2018, 12:55 PM #1Senior Member
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Thought I might have a go at pyrography to complement woodturning and maybe do some drawings. Just wondering if the basic beginners package fm Sue Walters is a fair price/good value/well supported starting point.
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16th April 2018, 10:08 AM #2
Thatís how I got started and was very happy. Another supplier is Carols woodworking supplies. Though Sue has the best supplies of pens. Just one bit of advice spend the money and buy pens with the tips incorporated into the handle for your go to pens. The ones with replacement tips are ok but burn inconsistently. Good option though if you are on a budget.
There are plenty of books about but Sues practice kits are by far the best way to learn. Have fun
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