Are you interested in scroll saw?
Well, your interest would have grown if you attended the Australian Scroll Saw Network (ASSN) Biannual Exhibition at Veolia Arena on Saturday and Sunday, May 15 and 16.
ASSN president Don Slade said the quality of the weekend was top notch.
"I think it's been a fantastic weekend," Mr Slade said.
"Those who came had the privilege to see the best scroll saw display, equal to what you'd see anywhere else in the world."
People from all parts of the country attended including from Melbourne to South Australia to Queensland.
In Goulburn, there are only five to six people interested in scroll saw, which is most popular in Victoria and South Australia.
Local resident Roger Doughty said he was interested in scroll saw because the possibilities were endless.
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"I love the intricacy of it and things you can make with it," Mr Doughty said.
"It's a work of art and is very relaxing to do."
Goulburn Mulwaree Council deputy mayor Peter Walker was one of the admirers on the day and was blown away from what he saw.
"They are all very talented," Cr Walker said.
"It makes you jealous of what they can do.
"However, the disappointing thing is they struggle to get younger people into the craft."
The Australian Scroll Saw Network meet somewhere in the country every two years.
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