Folk Toys: Patterns & Projects for the Scroll Saw

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Stackpole Books, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 78 pages
With brilliantly executed plans and full-size patterns, scroll sawers can create fascinating, movable toys for their children. Experienced woodworker Ken folk puts his own slant on 19 turn-of-the-century pull-toy, hand-crank, and gravity-operated toys--including lumberjacks sawing a log, ladies churning butter, horse with moving rider, diving frog, walking pig, hinged crocodile, hand-powered rail car, and more--for entertaining children for hours. 68 drawings.

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