Southwest Scroll Saw Patterns

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 1994 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Over 200 patterns inspired by the great early cultures of the American Southwest. Make pegboards, clocks, jewelry boxes, lampshades, shelves, and any wood project "extra special" by applying these marvelous designs. Add a coyote to a wastebasket, cowboys to a welcome sign, cacti to a magazine rack. ."..designs and full size patterns...of ancient Native American traditions and lifestyles, as well as animals such as coyotes, eagles, horses, and buffalo."-- "Creative Woodworks & Crafts

. Follow the suggestions for using copper inlay on your project for striking results that are not commonly seen in scroll-saw work. 168 pages, 20 color illus., 286 b/w illus., 8 x 10.

 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Bases for Sawn Figures
24
Coyotes
43
Native Americans
55
EndoftheTrail Scenes
77
Cacti
85
Birds and Flowers
93
Silhouette Scenes
110
Feathers
126
Lizards Snake and Toad
132
Pottery
139
Mimbre Designs
147
About the Authors
155
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About the author (1994)

Spielman is the leading author on woodworking throughout the world with over 65 books published. He has taught high school and vocational wodworking in Wisconsin public schools for 27 years. He has also owned and operated a wood product manufacturing company for 20 years.

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