Giveaway: Win a Dremel Moto-Saw

Dremel Moto Saw Giveaway

We have a brand new Jewelry Making Editor, Mardi Robyn and to celebrate, we are giving away a Dremel Moto-Saw, thanks to well, Dremel!

The brand new  Moto-Saw is a tool that converts from a stationary scroll saw to a handheld portable coping saw with the touch of a button.

Unlike traditional scroll saws that crafters and hobbyists may use, the Moto-Saw isn’t bulky, intimidating or difficult to set-up or operate. It’s a great tool for family crafts and users of all experience levels, too.

Some of the tool’s features include:

  • Two convenient saws in one—a stationary yet easily portable scroll saw for bench-top or kitchen tabletop use, and a lightweight, detachable handheld coping saw.
  • Fast clamp base quickly attaches to various sizes of tables, benches and other surfaces. With the push of a button, the easy-to-detach coping saw allows the tool to be used in hand.
  •  An auto-tensioning QuickChange™ mechanism allows users to quickly switch blades without a wrench, while also keeping the blade taught, reducing the need to make blade adjustments.

Here’s some inspiration to give you a feel for the types of projects the Moto-Saw is ideal for including light repairs, crafts, model building and any number of Pinterest-inspired projects.

The Moto-Saw is available starting this month on and at Lowe’s home improvement centers, for a suggested retail price of $99.99 USD.

And to celebrate, we are giving one away to one lucky CraftGossip reader!


To win this machine, you have to tell us by leaving a comment here as to how you can use it in your jewelry making projects!

Leave a shout out to our new editor as well for an extra chance!

Ends 20th Feb. US residents only.



  1. Kristi says

    Whoo Hoo!!!! CONGRATS MARDI ROBYN on NEW POSITION! I absolutely Love your jewelry, love wearing it too! lots and lots of compliments! I would talk my husband into using the Dremel for carrying on woodworking from his father!

  2. Pamela C says

    You can cut shapes and designs in recycled metal to make Pet Tags, Cats need jewelry too!
    I found this wonderful old cake cutter from Germany that would be great to cut up into fancy tags, being plated brass. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Val F says

    Great editing, Mardi! Welcome.

    I would cut old CD’s into round shapes, drill a couple holes and call it a button!

  4. Val F says

    Hey Mardi, congrats on the new job! I’d like to try cutting up leftover laminate floor planks and make “beads” or “buttons” with a wood tone look.

  5. Christa Dunn says

    What an awesome giveaway!! Thanks Craftgossip, Dremel, & welcome, Mardi, to my fave craft blog EVER! I can only think of about a million ways that I could possibly use this tool! I’m dying to check it out! I’ve always wanted to make and decorate wooden beads, and although not jewelry-related, I also enjoy refurnishig furniture and wood working projects which would be a great use for this tool as well!

  6. Claudia B. says

    I love all craft things, and I can already see myself giving soda cans a new use. I can turn them into free form jewelry blanks, which I can then patina and embellish. Cut them up into flower shapes, layer, and make a focal point on a napkin ring. Cut, Hammer, layer, and make some art work……. Endless uses. There are no limits to your imagination, and if you ever get “crafter’s block” there is always our good old Craftgossip, google, or YouTube. Welcome Mardi Robyn! Thanks for making this giveaway possible!

  7. Tina W. says

    This would be a great tool for me! I’m slightly arthritic; this would help me be able to do continuous cutting of small metal designs.

  8. Carol Miles says

    I would love to win this awesome tool. Cutting metal would be my first adventure! I would use it in my crafting business to create medallions and bling them up!

  9. Charlotte Hertler says

    Thank you so much Craft Gossip and Dremel for such a wonderful giveaway!! I would love to have this for shaping hard vinyl, wood, well just about anything it could cut! I love making repurposed and upcycled jewelry and crafts! This would come in handy and add ease to my work day

  10. says

    What *couldn’t* you use this bad baby for?! I’d probably use it for cutting wood but considering it can cut metal, I wouldn’t stop there. I love all forms of crafting so this seems like the perfect tool.

  11. Leslie Cohen says

    I would use this in my class for high school sculpture to cut the various mixed media we use in class and inspire future artists to use dremel tools!
    Hello new editor!

  12. Ashley Massey says

    While I don’t make a lot of jewelry I can see this coming in handy for many other things and jewelry when I decide to make some. I see myself using this with book board and othe bookbinding uses. Thank you for a chance to win.

  13. Debra says

    I’m not sure how I would use this, but I would LOVE to gift it to my aunt who is a jewelry maker!!

  14. says

    I have been looking for a jewelry saw like this for ages. I’m so excited that this is the giveaway. I would use to cut out thin/soft metal for cuffs and pendents. Congratulations Mardi Robyn on your new position! I would definitely blog about it!

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