FEATURES Teachable Moments By Toni Fitzgerald Using the lessons he learned while teaching, Paul Meisel crafts simple, popular designs for his family-run business. Red Robin Intarsia By Kathy Wise Bright-eyed bird is easy to make but charmingly detailed Creating a Log Picture Book By Roy Ellery Turn a log into a book using a simple scroll-and-carve technique Large-Mouth Bass Box By L. Kim Braa Use veining cuts and a rotary tool to add details and shaping to a simple stacked box Making a Bed Box By Carole Rothman Simple paint and colorful hardwoods assure the corners are crisp and covers smooth on this clever box Secret Puzzle Box By Bruce Viney House design hides an intricate puzzle box Flight of Fancy Birdcages By Sue Mey Capture a bit of spring with compound-cut decorative birdcages Scrolling a Decoration Top Hat By Al Baggetta Two simple cuts make a hat for any season PATTERNS Creating Wooden Flowers By Enzo Santomarco Simple cuts turn scrap wood into a beautiful bouqet Jesus on the Cross By John A. Nelson Poignant fretwork design is a seasonal reminder of sacrifice Blooming Iris Intarsia By Judy Gale Roberts Careful wood selection and shaping combine to create this realistic flower Sailfish Puzzle By Kip Travis Follow these simple tips to make perfect self-standing puzzles Easy-Cut Fretwork Wall Clock By Sue Mey Large frets make this pattern quick to cut Penguin Chick Puzzle By Judy and Dave Peterson Fun little puzzle is easy to cut and finish Romantic Hearts Frame By Enzo Santomarco Use inexpensive plywood and easy cuts to make a sentimental gift Tabletop Angels By Jay S. Hammerle Slotted wings support this stylized design and allow easy storage Beautiful Butterfly Plaques By Alison Tanner Stunning seasonal design brings the feeling of spring inside Victorian Fretwork Shelf By John A. Nelson Sturdy lead fretwork can display heavier collectibles TECHNIQUES Power Carving Basics By Bob Duncan Add texture to your projects with an inexpensive rotary tool Scroll Saw Buyer’s Guide By Bob Duncan Looking for a new saw? Check out the features of today’s most popular models Choosing the Right Blade By Bob Duncan Simple guidelines for matching the blade to the pattern and wood
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Editors Of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts|
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