Articles by: Kaylee Schofield

Creating Colorful Butterfly Magnets

Creating Colorful Butterfly Magnets

Transform hardwood scraps into snappy spring decorations By Gene Starkey Like most scroll sawyers, I have accumulated a variety of small pieces of colorful hardwoods. These patterns allow wood scraps to undergo a metamorphosis, like a caterpillar, and transform into beautiful butterflies. I’ve created patterns for basic wing pieces that […]

by March 7, 2018 How To, Patterns, Projects, Spring
Product Review: It’s Good to Be King

Product Review: It’s Good to Be King

King Industrial’s 16″ saw is our new workshop favorite By the staff of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts    Looking for a new tabletop saw? King Industrial’s new 16″ model is ideal when you want great performance but don’t have a lot of space. This solidly built saw is easy […]

by March 7, 2018 Product Reviews
For Safety’s Sake

For Safety’s Sake

Here are a few words of wisdom to make your next scrolling adventure or pattern project a safe and enjoyable one!  By Rick Hutcheson Note: This article originally appeared in our Spring 2001 Issue (#2).  We buckle our seat belts. We’re constantly reminding our children or grandchildren to wear their […]

by March 7, 2018 Safety, Tips for Beginners
2018 Scroll Saw & Woodworking Shows

2018 Scroll Saw & Woodworking Shows

Get supplies, meet friends, and see great work at this year’s scroll saw shows! Meet, greet, and compete at this year’s scrolling shows! We know of two scrolling-only shows and two more that will be highlighting scrolling. If you need supplies or inspiration and want to spend time with great […]

by March 6, 2018 News
Marvelous Wooden Maps

Marvelous Wooden Maps

Do you love map-related artwork as much as we do? Here are some fun ideas from around the web to get you started on your next project! Adapt them to make your own wooden maps of a favorite town or vacation spot.   Nautical: Scroll or carve a 3-D topographical […]

by March 6, 2018 Features
Short Cuts – Issue Seven

Short Cuts – Issue Seven

Welcome to the seventh issue of Short Cuts! Our quarterly e-newsletter Short Cuts is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading […]

by September 18, 2017 eNews: Short Cuts
Jointed Pirate Ornament

Jointed Pirate Ornament

Wire joints let these ornaments dance and play By Ruth Chopp   Why do ornaments have to just hang on the tree? I prefer ornaments, like this pirate and his angel friend, that move. Wire joints and a pull cord make this easy.   Making the Pirate Step 1: Transfer […]

by September 6, 2017 Patterns, Projects, Winter Scrolling
Sleigh Centerpiece

Sleigh Centerpiece

Simple parts and construction allow you to put this sled together in an afternoon By Sue Mey Cut by Leldon Maxcy   Dress your holiday table up with this simple but attractive sled. The shapes are easy to cut, and you can stack-cut the runners. (For more on stack cutting, […]

by September 6, 2017 Patterns, Projects, Winter Scrolling
Jointed Angel Ornament

Jointed Angel Ornament

Wire joints let this ornament dance and play By Ruth Chopp   Why do ornaments have to just hang on the tree? I prefer ornaments, like this angel and her pirate friend, that can move. Wire joints add motion, and the easy beaded decoration is sure to catch the light. […]

by September 6, 2017 Patterns, Projects, Winter Scrolling
Autumn Leaves Coasters

Autumn Leaves Coasters

Layered inlay coasters made with angled cuts  By Gary MacKay   The beauty of these attractive inlay coasters is that each one requires only three cuts. You can create an entire set in an afternoon. They make great gifts or craft show items. Living near the woods, I have raked […]

by August 30, 2017 Patterns, Projects