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Osage Orange

Osage Orange

Bright yellow hardwood is excellent for scroll sawing Osage orange is readily recognized by its distinct yellow color. Unfortunately, the vibrant color usually turns a light brown when the wood is exposed to oxygen and sunlight. You can take steps to preserve or at least prolong the vivid yellow color, […]

by August 25, 2009 Product Reviews
Excalibur EX-30 Scroll Saw

Excalibur EX-30 Scroll Saw

The Excalibur EX-30 is one of the largest saws on the market. The generous 30″ throat means you can cut projects up to 30″ long without using spiral blades. The EX-30 is also capable of cutting wood up to 2″ thick. The Excalibur EX-30 is one of the largest saws […]

by August 25, 2009 Product Reviews
Festive Silhouettes Illuminate Your Home

Festive Silhouettes Illuminate Your Home

Colored acrylic lends a soft glow to simple fretwork designs By Paul Meisel Menorah and Star of David designs cut by Ben Fink Brighten up the holidays with these colorful votive holders. Dancing candlelight shines through the transparent colored acrylic to illuminate the fretwork design. Patterns are provided for both […]

by August 24, 2009 Patterns
Victorian Fretwork Cross

Victorian Fretwork Cross

Inspirational design is a beautiful symbol of faith By John A. Nelson The large open frets and sweeping curves make this beautiful cross a good project for both novice and experienced scrollers. The design allows you to make large blade-entry holes to minimize time spent threading the blade through tiny […]

by August 12, 2009 Patterns
Build a Hot Rod Racer

Build a Hot Rod Racer

Customize your Pinewood Derby car with a variety of options By Troy Thorne This project can be built as a racing Pinewood Derby® car, meeting all of the official rules, or you can build it as a toy and use the wooden wheel pattern. Just like a real hot rod, […]

by August 12, 2009 Patterns
Simple Cutting Board

Simple Cutting Board

Fun and functional design is easy to cut By Dave Van Ess Cutting boards are fun and easy to produce, make practical gifts, and sell well at craft shows. This classic pig design requires only one inside cut, making it ideal for beginners. There are many advantages to a wooden […]

by August 10, 2009 Patterns
Kerfing The Web

Kerfing The Web

Learn concepts from great web sites to help make your web site a source of pride as well as success! The World Wide Web is a wondrous thing. There’s so much information out there on every subject imaginable, including, of course, scroll sawing. You can also be assured that some […]

by September 24, 2001 Features