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Editors of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 30 Spring 2008

Clocks, Candleholders, Puzzles & Portraits! Shaker Clock: Easy-build plans, PLUS Intarsia detailing tips. Build a Pinewood Derby Jeep. Money-Saving Workshop Tips. Slice your own Hardwood. Finish with Food Coloring. Savvy Dollar Store Finds. Click on the image to view the Table of Contents
FEATURES New Beginnings By Homer and Carol Bishop Colorful morning glories highlight this versatile pattern Off-road Racing Jeep By Troy Thorne Use this clever design in a scout’s Pinewood Derby® or as a working wooden car Article Download - 679KB PDF Spring Songbirds By Janette Square Design by Bruce Worthington Tackling this complex project in sections makes it manageable Simple Shaker Clock By Dennis Simmons Embellish this classic design with seasonal intarsia elements Spirited Colt Intarsia By Kathy Wise Versatile pattern adapts to your skill level Romantic Stained Glass Clock By Kathy Wise Stack cut fretwork and segmentation sections for an elegant and easy gift METHODS Pocket-size Tangram Puzzle By Carl Hird-Rutter Clever puzzle-in-a-box provides a portable distraction Tangram Puzzle Pattern Download - 124 KB PDF Decorative Foliage Votive Holder By John Nelson Clever compound-cut design creates an elegant project Rubber Ducky Step Stool By Paul Meisel Easy-to-cut design produces a fun and practical project PATTERNS Filigree Heart Frame By John Nelson This romantic Valentine frame can be sized for a photo or clock insert Sparrow Hawk By Rick McCulley Watercolor painting inspires this stunning American kestrel portrait Stylized Lion Mask By Sue Chrestensen This contemporary design can be cut as fretwork or segmentation Military Tribute Plaque By Steven Westfall Easily customized plaque honors the armed forces Compound-cut Barrettes By Michelle Martin Beautiful accessories are easy to make Pack Mates By Kevin Daly Distinctive hardwood showcases this majestic wolf portrait TECHNIQUES Coloring with Acrylic Paints By Toni Burghout and Sue Chrestensen Vast array of colors provide infinite possibilities Creative Solutions from Dollar Store Wares By Toni Burghout Harvest inexpensive items to enhance your scrolled projects Cut Down to Size By Mark Duginske Simple techniques to mill thin wood for scroll sawing Article Download - 432 KB PDF
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AuthorHomer & Carol Bishop, Janette Square, Editors Of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts
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