First of all Lawrence, welcome to the forum family...
I also hope you heal or recover quickly..
Dollar beat me to posting about Steve Good's site... He has
patterns from the most simple to fairly advanced.. (like cutting two different
woods at the same time with the table at a slight slant so one finished piece
fits inside the other with out the normal blade gap.. using colored epoxy to
fill in the cut outs etc..)
Another site is http://intarsia.com/ , run by Judy Gale
Roberts.. Although she is considered a master of the craft of intarsia (mainly
done on a scroll saw), she also has some interesting standard scroll saw
patterns that can be considered fairly hard.. Some free patterns are available
on her site too..
Judy's and Steve's sites both have some great links in their
'links' sections too.. Steve's gallery is an area where members of his almost
daily email (be sure to sign up for his email service) and forum have submitted photos of their works... A great place to
get some good ideas for new projects...
What type of saw do you use? I picked up a DW788 last summer
and although have not gotten a chance to use it nearly as much as I want, the
saw is a dream to use vs. the entrance level saw I was using...
BTW, thanks to Dewey for the heads up on this thread..
Again, welcome and I hope you enjoy your stay with us...