Scrollsaw Patterns

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Sep 7, 2004 - House & Home - 191 pages
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How do the best scrollsawyers work, and what kinds of designs do they like to use? Wood magazine has gathered its finest techniques and projects in a pattern collection that any woodworker will treasure. Take these 80 patterns of animals and autos, birds and buildings, people and places and either follow the projects exactly as shown, incorporate the designs into a different piece, or do some clever mixing and matching. Choose from a selection of frames (flower, fretwork, firehouse); clocks; shelves; playtime cutouts; artistic and practical pieces (handsome hangers, a desk set); timeless trims; and many more. There’s plenty of advice on adjusting the pattern size, making them stick to the wood, choosing and using materials, keeping the equipment in top shape, and working correctly and safely.
 

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Contents

Working with Thicker Stock
42
Little Buddy Bulldozer
49
Desktop Dolphin
56
KeyClutter Cutter
64
Reindeer in Flight
73
Bears Puzzle
81
TulipTime Desk Box
88
Prehistoric Puzzlers
95
Cowboy Curio Shelf
110
Old Oaken Clock
126
Snowflakes for Fun
147
PicturePerfect Patterns
160
Sitting Pretty Songbird
166
Fretwork Fantasies
175
Coastal Curio Shelf
186
Quail Country 156
191

The Great Puzzle Fish
97

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