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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
Building an adjustable box joint jig

Building an adjustable box joint jig

With a scroll saw, you can cut all sorts of joints. But, when you need to cut several hundred fingers, such as the ones found in the Steampunk Box (found in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Summer 2018, Issue 71), the sheer number as well, as the precision required to make […]

by March 6, 2018 Techniques
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
Creating a Fish-Shaped Puzzle Box

Creating a Fish-Shaped Puzzle Box

Use stains to create a box inspired by a colorful tropical fish By Bill Miller   It takes a piece of wood smaller than a brick and a little time to make a different and beautiful fish puzzle box. For me, the whole thing started because I had something small […]

by March 2, 2018 Uncategorized
Gorgeous Grown-Up Color “Wheel”

Gorgeous Grown-Up Color “Wheel”

Learn color theory—and make a beautiful project—with just five paints By Lora S. Irish   Overwhelmed by the paint aisle? Not sure of the difference between yellow-orange and orange-yellow? Completely confused when people talk about primary and secondary colors? This project will answer those questions by helping you create a […]

by January 8, 2018 Finishing for Beginners, Projects, Techniques
New England scroll saw club raises money for local food pantry

New England scroll saw club raises money for local food pantry

Submitted by Melita Quesada The Baystate Scrollahs (read with a New England accent), a scroll saw woodworking club that meets at Woodcraft in Walpole, Ma. has raised $300 for a local food pantry. This is the second year of the club’s existence and the second year the club has raised money for the […]

by January 8, 2018 News
Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2018 (Issue 70)

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2018 (Issue 70)

The Spring 2018 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 December 18, 2017 Current Issue
Art Deco Shadow Box

Art Deco Shadow Box

Create intriguing depth and shadows by cutting and layering seven fretwork designs By Gabriel Schama This design may remind you of a rising or setting sun, flowers, snowflakes, or New York City’s Chrysler Building. Create it by cutting layers of fretwork and gluing them together to form one piece.   […]

by December 18, 2017 Patterns
Holly

Holly

A beautifully white colored wood that is ideal for ornaments and intarsia work by Bob Duncan This article was first published in issue 25 of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. ‘Tis the season when ornaments and holiday presents are popular. You also hear about holly—holly berries, holly leaves, but what about […]