Practical Scrollsaw Patterns

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Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, Mar 1, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 115 pages
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Great-looking and practical, too! From an attractive holder for an egg timer and a small art nouveau style shelf to a potpourri box and a trellis panel, this collection of scroll saw patterns contains a treasure trove of beautiful and useful projects from wood. Specially designed to require only the very minimum number of tools and a standard-size scroll saw, and with color photos, templates, and diagrams to guide you, most of the items can easily be adapted for different sizes and woods. Accessorize the kitchen with a memo board and clock; put up racks to hold keys or coats or just to keep the desk tidy; make garden totes or a nest box; and 'decoupage' a mirror frame. And, let the fun and games begin with a jigsaw puzzle or toy airplane!

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Everett shows the wide range of project possibilities allowed by the scroll saw. With the appropriate blade, this tool can cut a variety of materials, including sheet metal and wood of various ... Read full review

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