Watch the mixer twirl ingredients into batter in minutes By Dave Van Ess While this hand mixer will never replace an electric mixer, it’s a great way to introduce a youngster to cooking and baking. For thinner batter, such as pancake batter where a few lumps are ok, the […]
Current Issue September 14, 2016
Bring your favorite critters home with these photo-realistic designs By Jacob and Wayne Fowler Jacob creates these realistic patterns and Wayne cuts them out with a scroll saw. This rhino is one of many design the duo has made. Download the Rhino pattern here For an additional rabbit pattern, see Scroll […]
Use compound-cutting techniques to make an assortment of unusual-shaped icicles By David Holkeboer Like snowflakes, no two icicles look the same. These eye-catching compound-cut designs, based on a few geometric principles, can be cut from almost any hardwood and given a clear finish. While they look complicated, each one only requires […]
The Winter 2016 issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts features a variety of projects, patterns, and features, as well as interesting techniques. This issue is a part of the regular magazine subscription. It is also available from your favorite retailer or from Fox Chapel Publishing, www.foxchapelpublishing.com, 1-800-457-9112. SCROLL DOWN FOR A SNEAK […]
This alternate design, based on a Christmas cookie cutter, is a quick and easy present By Chuck MacKnee While you can cut this puzzle from any wood, I suggest using a light wood. Then, use thinned acrylic paints, dyes, or colorful stains to make the pieces stand out. Use […]
Watch the carriage meander across a table while Santa keeps pointing north By Rolf Beuttenmuller Santa fretwork designed by Sue Mey The ancient Chinese developed a chariot that used a simple differential system to keep the arrow or figure mounted on the chariot pointing the same direction (usually south), […]
Although we have very much enjoyed hosting our Open House and Woodworking Show for the past three years, we have decided to cancel the show. Our guests, artists, and vendors loved the event, but it is expensive and time consuming to host a show of that quality and, unfortunately, we […]
This Electromagnetic Gear Clock designed by Alfred Mifsud and cut by Rolf Beuttenmuller uses an electronic pendulum driver circuit to keep the pendulum rocking. Watch the video below to see this elegant clock tick. CLICK HERE to see more projects from Gizmos and Gadgets 2015.
John W. Hutchinson’s Dancing Ballerinas will keep you on your toes. Watch the video below to see their delicate dance. CLICK HERE to see more projects from Gizmos and Gadgets 2015.
A cam and rod mechanism was used to make Toulouse the Talkative Toucan by David Wakefield. Watch the video below to see Toulouse in action. CLICK HERE to see more projects from Gizmos and Gadgets 2015.