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Stack-Cutting Made Simple

Stack-Cutting Made Simple

Use a practice pattern to learn a new way to stack blanks By John A. Nelson To hold together a stack of blanks, scrollers often drive small nails into the waste areas outside the pattern. But you usually end up cutting off both the scrap and the nails, and you […]

by November 1, 2022 eNews: Short Cuts, Techniques
Ultimate Book of Scroll Saw Patterns Sneak Peak!

Ultimate Book of Scroll Saw Patterns Sneak Peak!

Check out this exclusive look at Wayne and Jacob Fowler’s upcoming pattern book  SSW contributors Wayne and Jacob Fowler’s upcoming book, Ultimate Book of Scroll Saw Patterns, contains over 200 fretwork patterns and designs for scrollers of all levels. Find inspiration for scroll saw projects year round from snowflakes and […]

by June 30, 2022 Product Previews
Treasures of the Sea

Treasures of the Sea

Mix and match six elegant designs for a variety of display options By Gloria Cosgrove Cut by Linda Helgerson I have always been fascinated with the flowing shapes of creatures that live underwater. These simple yet elegant images were originally designed as paper cuttings. Many paper cutting patterns are easily […]

by May 16, 2022 eNews: Short Cuts
Wood Profile: Padauk

Wood Profile: Padauk

This exotic wood changes from bright orange to deep crimson over time By Janette Square The species that woodworkers refer to as padauk is properly called African padauk (Pterocarpus soyauxii), or sometimes vermillion. It grows in tropical climates in India, the South Pacific, and even South Florida. Most commercially available […]

by March 1, 2021 Techniques