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Excalibur Scroll Saw

Excalibur Scroll Saw

EX21 Put To The Test Excalibur has totally redesigned the scroll saw with their new EX21. The biggest change is in the mechanism to change the cutting angle. Instead of tilting the saw table to the right or the left, the saw arm tilts to the right or the left. […]

by September 2, 2009 Scroll Saw Reviews
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
Star of David Puzzle

Star of David Puzzle

Quick and easy project makes a great Hannukah gift Finding a pattern suitable for those of the Jewish faith can sometimes be difficult. I designed this puzzle when I realized how many of my customers wanted Hannukah gifts. You can cut it from any wood, but as you probably know, […]

by August 31, 2009 Patterns
Rotating Christmas Pyramid

Rotating Christmas Pyramid

Tips for making your pyramid spin better Deb, who is excited about getting her Rotating Christmas Pyramid to turn under candle power, shared the things she did to make it work: 1. I assembled the top section and dry fitted it then drilled the 7/16″-diameter hole in the roof and […]

by August 31, 2009 Techniques
Reindeer Ornaments

Reindeer Ornaments

Changing the size of the pattern gives you endless variations with these designs The obvious uses for these patterns are ornaments or gift tag holders, but there are a variety of other possibilities. -Enlarge the pattern, cut it out of plywood, and add holiday lights as a window decoration. -Make […]

by August 31, 2009 Patterns
Fretwork Easter Ornaments

Fretwork Easter Ornaments

Interchangeable inserts and delicate egg frames give a 3-D effect to these interlocking ornaments. Pattern designed by Volker Arnold This set of interchangeable Easter ornaments will be a great addition to your spring decorating—and since they can be stack cut, they make ideal sale or gift items. They arent difficult […]

by August 31, 2009 Patterns
Fretwork Hummingbird Plate

Fretwork Hummingbird Plate

Contrasting woods and multiple layers add depth to this collector’s plate. Cut by Dick DeFelice of the Blazing Blades of Western PA This piece is easily customized by choosing contrasting woods for the different layers. Select pieces that compliment your décor as well as each other. This example was cut […]

by August 31, 2009 Patterns
Howling Wolves Collector Plate

Howling Wolves Collector Plate

Separate layers give depth to this wildlife scene This design comes from the recently re-released book Wildlife Collector Plates. The beauty of these patterns is that you can mix and match the inner wildlife scene with your choice of rim designs to produce a variety of custom projects. For added […]

by August 28, 2009 Patterns
Airplane Whirligig

Airplane Whirligig

This model P-51 Mustang adds a whimsical touch to your yard or garden By Paul Meisel Of the various whirligig projects I have designed, the airplanes from World War II are my favorites. The P-51 Mustang was originally designed and built for the British air force. It first saw action […]

by August 28, 2009 Patterns