The Spring 2017 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.
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In This Issue:
By Kathleen Ryan
Three-dimensional scroll saw art with a twist by David Hobbs
By Kathleen Ryan
Inspiration for a bright new season
By Janette Square
Design by Bruce Worthington
Complex intarsia features a variety of beautiful birds
Click Here for updated information on the pattern.
Woodrow the Woodpecker
By David Wakefield
Animated avian ascends any wall with ease
Click Here to watch the video. Note: There was a small error with the head and spacer patterns. Corrected patterns can be found at the link above as well.
Easy Salt & Pepper Shakers
By Gary MacKay
Use scrap wood to make these functional dinner table decorations
By Bob Gilsdorf
Simple design ignites imagination
Click Here to see the rockets launch.
By Kathy Wise
Cute intarsia design introduces a simple way to create a basket-weave effect
By Carole Rothman
Combine colorful hardwoods and veneer to make a meaningful gift
Puppy Coin Bank
By Paul Meisel
Cut this cute project and have the little ones help you assemble it
By Sue Mey
Make this wall hanging for Mom or customize it for another special person
CLICK HERE to download the alternate “Mum” pattern.
Air Plant Holders
By Sue Mey
Compound-cut cool cubbies for these popular plants
By Eric Van Malderen
An assortment of designs purr-fect for the feline lovers in your life
Nosy Dragon Shelf Sitter
By Judy and Dave Peterson
Freestanding puzzle watches you work and defends your desk
Duck Wall Hanger
By John A. Nelson
Instant color lets you finish this project in no time
Save a photocopy and simply download and print the Duck Wall Hanger art.
GEX (The Anti-Jigsaw Puzzle)
By Dave Van Ess
Gecko-shaped tessellating tiles are an addictive toy
By Charles Dearing
Create your own pride with these three wild portraits
Creative Projects from Coloring Books
By Mindy Kinsey
The coloring fad has a side benefit: the designs are great for woodworking, too!
Click Here to download the coloring book pages.
- Download and print the coloring pages we used for Creative Projects from Coloring Books.
- Save a photocopy and simply download and print the Duck Wall Hanger art.
- Download and print the alternate “Mum” fretwork heart pattern.
If you have access to a laser, download the vector version of the GEX pattern and design and save time by etching it onto the wood instead of transferring it by hand.
Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts issue 66, spring 2017