Patterns

Celtic Anniversary Claddagh

Celtic Anniversary Claddagh

Add another chapter to your anniversary memories. Pattern designed by Chuck Bookbinder St. Patrick’s Day is coming, and here’s a project that can turn the day into a romantic one for you and your significant other. Present him or her a token of your affection: a wooden wedding anniversary plaque […]

by September 10, 2009 Patterns, Spring
Graduate's Clock

Graduate's Clock

A Perfect Gift for Those Heading Off for College or Their First Job Take a careful look at the MATERIALS & TOOLS list for this project. You won’t see any wood glue listed because none is required. It’s not a mistake. It’s glueless! A woodworking friend saw one of my […]

by September 10, 2009 Patterns
Flowerpot Kids

Flowerpot Kids

Brighten Your Garden or House with this Pair – Perfect for Indoors and Out This project was inspired by a design created by my wife’s uncle, Bill Carlson. He designed an old-fashioned wall-mounted telephone that held an old telephone line insulator. I thought the idea would work nicely as a […]

by September 9, 2009 Patterns
Welcome Plaque

Welcome Plaque

The Perfect Housewarming Gift. What to give the new homeowner you know has never been easier. This simple yet elegant plaque is the perfect gift. The instructions in this article start with the cutting of the plaque shape. For a real time saver, just purchase an 8″ x 131/2″ French […]

by September 2, 2009 Patterns
Wavy Snowflakes

Wavy Snowflakes

Easy to make wavy snowflake project Children are taught early on that no two snowflakes are alike. So, it’s fitting that this fascinating project is one that anyone, including youngsters—with some help—can make. To ensure that each snowflake is different, don’t be exact when tracing the lines for the snowflake […]

by September 2, 2009 Techniques, Winter Scrolling
President Reagen – 40th President

President Reagen – 40th President

Scroll Saw This Commemorative Portrait Ronald Reagan wore many hats before he was elected the 40th president of the United States in 1980. He was a sports announcer, motion picture and TV actor and governor of California before his election to the presidency at age 69. Your friends and customers […]

by September 2, 2009 Patterns
The Ultimate Puzzle

The Ultimate Puzzle

Stump Your Friends With this Easy to Cut but Hard to Assemble Puzzle The making of this puzzle is quite simple, really. But putting it together will drive your friends mad. The next time you want to create a stir, give this puzzle as a present or get it out […]

by September 2, 2009 Patterns
Independence Day Box

Independence Day Box

Layering Technique Lets You Make as Deep—or as Shallow—a Box as You Want Celebrate our nation’s birthday with this simple patriotic scrolled box. By cutting each layer separately, you can make the box much deeper than if you glue all the pieces together before cutting or cut it out of […]

by September 2, 2009 Patterns
Hummingbird Rocking Chair Clock

Hummingbird Rocking Chair Clock

Embellish a whimsical doll chair with a classic summer design Cut by Bernie McKruit of the Blazing Blades of Western PA Hummingbirds are one of the most recognizable signs of the harvest season. This rocking chair project looks great on an end table or a windowsill—or anyplace else that needs […]

by September 1, 2009 Patterns
Owl Family Puzzle

Owl Family Puzzle

A cute, stand-alone puzzle that’s easy to scroll Scrolled hardwood animal puzzles are always a hit, both as gifts and at craft shows. To give scrollers plenty to choose from, Judy and Dave Peterson have gathered their popular animal puzzle patterns into a new book, Animal Puzzles for the Scroll […]

by September 1, 2009 Patterns