Pattern by Jacob Fowler Instructions and cutting by Wayne Fowler Show someone special you care with a carefully cut spray of mistletoe. As shown, this pattern can be used as a decoration around the house. Reduce the pattern to roughly 75% of its size to make Christmas ornaments for gifts […]
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By Sue Mey Cut by Rolf Beuttenmuller Spread peace, joy, hope, love, and faith this holiday season with these web-exclusive ornaments. The simple designs are easy to cut but will look stunning with tree lights shining through the frets. We cut the ornaments from Baltic birch plywood and finished […]
Bring your favorite critters home with these photo-realistic designs By Jacob and Wayne Fowler Jacob creates these realistic patterns and Wayne cuts them out with a scroll saw. This rhino is one of many design the duo has made. Download the Rhino pattern here For an additional rabbit pattern, see Scroll […]
Use compound-cutting techniques to make an assortment of unusual-shaped icicles By David Holkeboer Like snowflakes, no two icicles look the same. These eye-catching compound-cut designs, based on a few geometric principles, can be cut from almost any hardwood and given a clear finish. While they look complicated, each one only requires […]
This alternate design, based on a Christmas cookie cutter, is a quick and easy present By Chuck MacKnee While you can cut this puzzle from any wood, I suggest using a light wood. Then, use thinned acrylic paints, dyes, or colorful stains to make the pieces stand out. Use […]
Additional Chef patterns to show off your skills In Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Summer 2014 (Issue 55), Alison Tanner offered a few chef silhouette patterns. Here is an alternate presentation for these patterns. Woodimals | Fresh Designs for Woodworking Attachment: Photo Frame Pattern
Scroll this bonus fretwork fairy pattern In Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Summer 2014 (Issue 55), Charlie Dearing offered an intricate pattern of a lynx. Here is an equally intricate bonus Fairy fretwork pattern also by Charlie.The pattern is derived from an original drawing by Anne Stokes, www.annestokes.com. Big Book of […]