Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 34 Spring 2009
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19 Custom Woodworking Projects. Easy-to-Make Puzzle Box. 5 Intarsia Patterns. Quick and Easy Frames. Wood Selection Chart. Fretwork Mantel Clock. Pinewood Derby Racer. Easy-to-Learn Inlay. Click image to see table of contents
Frame Your Photos with Intarsia Roses By Kathy Wise Embellish this quick and easy frame with stunning hardwood flowers Opposing Forces Bookends By Fred and Julie Byrne Easy compound figures add fun to your book collection Bobcat on the Rocks By Janette Square Use wood grain to simulate a variety of textures Build a Hot Rod Racer By Troy Thorne Customize your Pinewood Derby car with a variety of options Building a Classic Mantel Clock By Bruce Millward Simple techniques create graceful fretwork and fluted columns Desktop Zen Garden By Carol and Homer Bishop Build your own tranquil garden complete with rake and bonsai tree PATTERNS Victorian Fretwork Cross By John A. Nelson Inspirational design is a beautiful symbol of faith Glade Creek Mill By Mike Williams Cut a detailed portrait of this serene water-powered mill Stalking Leopard Portrait By Kerry Hallam Detailed pattern captures the essence of this impressive predator Trophy Fish Light Switch Cover By Terry Foltz Rustic nature theme is a perfect accent for a cabin or den METHODS Creating a Custom Inlay Frame By Mike Mathieu Showcase your intarsia with a hardwood frame Create Stunning Effects with Wood Grain By Carol and Homer Bishop Produce the look of stained glass with careful wood selection Secret Chamber Puzzle Box By Karl Taylor Clever box with heart-shaped key is easy to make on your scroll saw Making an Umbrella Stand By Dave Van Ess Layer these easy-to-cut rings for a beautiful and functional project TECHNIQUES Selecting Intarsia Wood By Mike Mathieu Preserve the beauty of your work by understanding the effects of time Easy Inlay Techniques By Jim Collins Combine contrasting woods to create beautiful inlay magnets Creating Designs from Reference Material By Toni Burghout Use tracing paper to draft your own patterns without a computer DEPARTMENTS Editor's Column Author Spotlight Letters to the Editor Info Exchange Bragging Page Scroll Saw Basics Advertising Directory & Classifieds Sawdust
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Janette Square, Editors Of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts|
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