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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
New Site Update

New Site Update

  UPDATE 7/22/15 – 10:45 a.m. – We have managed to recover all of the attachments from the old forum and are in the process of trying to successfully import them in the new forum. Thanks for your patience. Hopefully this will be resolved today. Update 7/19/15 – The old […]

by July 14, 2015 News
Old Forum is Currently Still Active

Old Forum is Currently Still Active

UPDATE 7/22/15 – 10:45 a.m. – We have managed to recover all of the attachments from the old forum and are in the process of trying to successfully import them in the new forum. Thanks for your patience. Hopefully this will be resolved today. Update 7/19/15 – The old forum […]

by July 14, 2015 Community
Cutting Dovetails By Hand

Cutting Dovetails By Hand

Basic techniques to cut dovetails with a few hand tools In the Great Book of Woodworking, the Editors of Skills Institute Press provided an article on making a Shaker-style step stool. In the article, the editors demonstrated how to cut the dovetails with a router, but, and jig. For instructions on […]

by December 3, 2014 Techniques
Creating Stained-Glass Suncatchers

Creating Stained-Glass Suncatchers

 Use Gallery Glass® to turn fretwork into colorful art Adding special effects to fretwork pieces can dramatically change the final appearance and produce a unique work of art. Gallery Glass by Plaid is an excellent way to add vibrant color to your fretwork. Use this technique to create beautiful suncatchers […]

by September 10, 2014 Step by Step
Creating Photo Patterns

Creating Photo Patterns

It’s easier than you might think to make photo patterns In Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Fall 2013 (Issue 52), our art director, Jon Deck, offers an updated version of Gary Browning’s classic instructions for making portrait-style scroll saw patterns from photos. The article demonstrates how to use GIMP, a free photo-editing software. […]

by June 26, 2014 Techniques
Outdoor Finishes and Glues

Outdoor Finishes and Glues

Use the right products to ensure your outdoor projects last In Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Summer 2014 (Issue 55), Technical Editor Bob Duncan presented an introduction to durable outdoor glues and finishes. Download the whole article or share it with a friend. Foolproof Wood Finishing | No Fuss Wood Finishing […]

by April 18, 2014 Shop Tips

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by April 9, 2014 News