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Editors of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 39 Summer 2010

Do-It-Yourself Woodworking Projects, Box Making made easy, Design Contest Top 25 Entries, Summer Projects for your Patio, Money-Making Ideas: Wooden Inlay Jewelry, New Technique: Using Gallery Glass, Innovative Boat and Beach Designs
In this Issue: FEATURES: The Work of Isaiah Strong Vermont Youth named artist of the month Best Project Design Contest 2009 contest winners announced Scrolling Wooden Jewelry Celtic woodworker Geoff King creates intricate scrolled jewelry Making an Inlay Jewelry Box Build this attractive box with easy-to-cut layers Make a Goldfinch Frame Intarsia songbirds accent this quick and easy photo frame Seaside Serenity Simplify this intarsia beach scene with a backing board that doubles as the sky PATTERNS: Treasures of the Sea Mix and match these elegant designs for a variety of display options Decorative Vine Shelf Simple fretwork is easy to cut and assemble Create a Toucan Intarsia Capture the feel of this colorful tropical bird with natural woods Victorian Fretwork Mirror Frame Classic Victorian design incorporates the mirror into the fretwork frame Floral Butterfly Scene Intricate fretwork adapted from an Asian papercutting design TECHNIQUES: Cutting Sharp Corners Practice this basic technique to produce crisp sharp corners Creating Stained-Glass Suncatchers Use Gallery Glass to turn fretwork into colorful art Creating Colorful Butterflies Add vibrant paper to fretwork designs for a splash of summertime fun METHODS: Making Inlay Jewelry Highlight this fun, fashionable design with contrasting woods Custom-Framed Moses Portrait Build your own frame to showcase this stunning depiction of Moses with the Ten Commandments Building an Elegant Sailing Ship Cut the sails individually and use minimal shaping to add motion to this design Making a Miniature Furniture Puzzle Create nine furniture pieces with ten simple cuts Easy-to-Make Luminaries Simple botanical theme makes this a great project for all skill levels Building a Mason Jar Lantern Nostalgic latern is easy to cut and assemble
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Size8.5" x 11"
AuthorEditors of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts
AuthorDale Helgerson, Dave Van Ess, Don And Cindy Wooldridge, Gary MacKay, Geoff King, Gloria Cosgrove, Homer & Carol Bishop, John A Nelson, Judy Gale Roberts, Kathleen Ryan, Kathy Wise, Mathew Dickson, Mike Fehring, Paul Meisel, Shannon Flowers, Sue Mey, Tim Rogers
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