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Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 32 Fall 2008

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Build-Your-Own Scroll Saw Stand. 21 Shop Tested Projects. Intarsia Bull Elk. Colorful Dragon. Old West Portraits. Marquetry and Inlay Secrets. Spirited Skeletons: Easy Halloween Decorations. Click image to see table of contents
Scrolling Out a Future By Kathleen Ryan Dedicated dad creates scroll saw businesses for handicapped sons Flying High By Ron Forsyth Sturdy toy airplane is easy to make Sculpted Pumpkin Box By Robert Ardizzoni Angled pieces shaped with intarsia techniques make a clever segmented box Break of Dawn By Kathy Wise Easy napkin holder features a strutting rooster in intarsia or fretwork Carving on Fretwork Creates Lifelike Portrait By Dick Miraglia 3D tiger leaps from the wood Moonlight Stallion By Jay Ball Galloping horse designed for watermelon carving can be cut in wood Marquetry Basics By Ken Horner Learn to saw beautiful pictures with thin veneers METHODS Autumn Leaves Coasters By Gary MacKay Layered inlay coasters made with angled cuts Rattlin' Bones By William Berry Spirited skeletons have rubber-band joints and interchangeable heads Howling Wolf Trivet By Theresa and Emily Ekdom You can master inlay techniques with this simple design Ribbons and Bows Box By Carole Rothman Easy compound-cut bow adds elegance to this custom gift box Winter Woodland Lighted Arch By Tom Sevy Pattern by Volker Arnold Traditional German lichterbögen makes a striking display PATTERNS Fantasy Dragon By Sue Chrestensen and Toni Burghout Vibrant colors breathe life into this magical beast Hunter's Pride Display Shelf By John A. Nelson Majestic buck design is perfect for a trophy room or hunting cabin Old West Portraits By Charles Dearing Detailed designs are derived from vintage photos Majestic Elk By Kathy Wise Stunning bull elk design highlights wood selection TECHNIQUES Textured Wooden Frame By Steven Westfall A rotary power carver and propane torch add texture to this frame Custom Scroll Saw Stand By Gary MacKay Build an inexpensive stand for maximum comfort and efficiency DEPARTMENTS Editor’s Column Author Spotlight Letters to the Editor Info Exchange Bragging Page News and Notes New Products Scroll Saw Basics Advertising Directory & Classifieds Wood Review Sawdust
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Weight 0.500000
Pages 80
Size 8.5" x 11"
Author Carole Rothman, Charles Dearing, Dick Miraglia, Gary MacKay, Jay Ball, John A Nelson, Kathleen Ryan, Kathy Wise, Ken Horner, Robert Ardizzoni, Ron Forsyth, Steven Westfall, Sue Chrestensen, Theresa Ekdom, Tom Sevy, Toni Burghout, William Berry
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