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Choosing the Right Blade

Choosing the Right Blade

Simple guidelines for matching the blade to the pattern and wood by Bob Duncan You can feel your blood pressure rising as the blades keep snapping while you cut. It’s equally frustrating when you try to make tight turns in a small fret, but the blade won’t turn fast enough. […]

by September 6, 2017 Get Started Scrolling, Tools for Beginners
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
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
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, Uncategorized
Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Winter 2017 (Issue 69)

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Winter 2017 (Issue 69)

The Winter 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.       In This […]

by September 5, 2017 Current Issue
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
Holiday Ornaments and Gifts

Holiday Ornaments and Gifts

Wooden ornaments and gifts are a welcome treat each holiday season. Here are a few to give you a head start on your gift list. Ornaments   Handmade Mistletoe   Spiral Ornament Patterns   Reindeer Ornaments   3-D Snowflake Ornament   Historic Tracery Designs   Holiday Head Start Patterns   […]

by August 22, 2017 Projects
Holiday Toy Ideas

Holiday Toy Ideas

    Whether you’re getting a head start on your holiday gifts, or looking for a last minute present, scroll down for a variety of Christmas and holiday gifts you can make with a scroll saw.           Making Wooden Dreidels   Star of David Puzzle   […]

by August 22, 2017 Projects
Product Review: Black & Decker Cordless Mouse® Detail Sander

Product Review: Black & Decker Cordless Mouse® Detail Sander

If you’re going to cut wood, you’re going to have to sand wood. Save some money and some elbow grease with a tool that removes wood quickly and gets into tight spaces. By Bob Duncan   I can’t think of a woodworking project that wouldn’t benefit from sandpaper and elbow […]

by August 16, 2017 Product Reviews
Book Corner: Making Tiny Toys in Wood

Book Corner: Making Tiny Toys in Wood

Making Tiny Toys in Wood Ornaments & Collectible Heirloom Accents By Howard Clements   Use up your scrap wood by making charming toy ornaments for your holiday tree or whimsical accents for your home. Most of Howard Clements’ delightful designs incorporate motion, so the carousel turns, the Ferris wheel whirls, […]

by August 16, 2017 News