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Gingerbread Man Puzzle

Gingerbread Man Puzzle

This sweet design is a treat to cut and assemble By Sarah Lyn Chamberlain This time of year, there’s nothing better than a fresh batch of cookies baking in the oven. My family and I would always bake together, and gingerbread cookies were my favorite. This puzzle is an ode […]

by October 4, 2022 Projects
Autumn Colors Puzzle

Autumn Colors Puzzle

Figural keys and assorted hardwoods bring this tree to life By Judy and Dave Peterson Cut by Leldon Maxcy At first glance, this puzzle is just a tree, but if you look carefully, you’ll find forest friends hiding among the branches. The woodland creatures are more than just cute additions. […]

by September 19, 2022 eNews: Short Cuts, Projects
Fresh Fruit Wall Art

Fresh Fruit Wall Art

Embrace cooler weather with this colorful ode to the harvest By Anatoly Obelets Celebrate the earth’s bounty by shaping and dyeing a four-panel composition that looks good enough to slice up for breakfast. This project is a great way to practice texturing and tinting, even if you’re new to the […]

by June 30, 2022 Projects
Fruit Toppings for Tartlet Boxes

Fruit Toppings for Tartlet Boxes

Add some fun and vibrant fruit designs to your tartlet keepsake boxes By Carole Rothman I designed these delicious tartlets to double as keepsake boxes to hide small treasures as well as be aesthetically pleasing. There are so many different ways you can decorate the box lids with fruit designs ranging […]

by April 4, 2022 Projects
Use-Anywhere Monograms

Use-Anywhere Monograms

Hang these little letters from the tree, attach them to a keychain, or stick them to household items to add a personal touch  By Bill Miller Monograms have always been a symbol of uniqueness and stature, like an individual’s coat of arms. Put your own personal stamp on a variety […]

by September 20, 2021 Projects
Rustic Live-Edge Serving Tray

Rustic Live-Edge Serving Tray

Transform simple wood rounds into stylish rustic serving trays   By Carole Rothman If you’re looking for a new rustic accent piece that is as functional as it is stunning, then consider creating a live-edge serving tray. I created this single-ring tray that can be attached to a stationary or rotating […]

by July 6, 2021 Projects
Scroll Sawn Wicker-Style Basket

Scroll Sawn Wicker-Style Basket

Store treasures in this stylish stacked vessel By Dave Van Ess  Baskets are a lot like bowls, but in my opinion, they’re a little less intimidating. I designed this basket to be a welcome challenge for scrollers of every skill level. It can even be completed in one afternoon. You’ll […]

by May 6, 2021 Patterns, Projects
Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2020 (Issue #78)

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2020 (Issue #78)

The Spring 2019 issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts includes 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, foxchapelpublishing.com, 1-800-457-9112. In This Issue  Scroll down for a […]

Making an Insect Condo

Making an Insect Condo

Protect pollinators using common materials from around the yard and shop By Kaylee Schofield See the full article in our spring issue, coming soon! Pollinating insects, such as bees, butterflies, and beetles, aren’t just pretty to look at—they’re vital to the life of our planet, acting as the “little gardeners” […]

by December 23, 2019 Features, Spring, Uncategorized
SSW Summer (Issue 75): Shelf Pattern Correction

SSW Summer (Issue 75): Shelf Pattern Correction

Set it Straight CLICK HERE to purchase our Summer 2019 issue. We discovered the tab positions were incorrect for Part 4 of John A. Nelson’s “Japanese-Inspired Fretwork Shelf.” The corrected pattern appears below. We apologize for the error.  Japanese Shelf Pattern Correction   • CLICK HERE to purchase our summer issue. • […]

by April 19, 2019 Projects