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Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 82 Spring 2021

Projects for the Whole Family

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Toys that Walk, Colorful Intarsia Bugs, Animal Kingdom Mega Puzzle, and more!

Whether you’re considering showing a first-timer the ropes or have just begun scrolling yourself, the projects in this issue are a great place to start. Practice precision in Dave Van Ess’ tessellated puzzle project and invite the family to apply their own artistic flair to the pieces (page 45), or try out compound-cutting on six super-simple “hothouse plants” by Sue Mey (page 50). Then, learn how versatile the scroll saw can be with Megan Yardley’s tips on turning kids’ drawings into wooden wall art (page 52) and a guide from the SSW&C staff on making woodblock-printed T-shirts for just a few bucks each (page 66).

A sample of the patterns in this Issue:
  • Ramp Walker Toys This hedgehog and armadillo were meant to race—no wheels required By Paul Fellay
  • Squeaky-Clean Word Art Make cleaning routines fun with these chic “wash” and “dry” signs By Anna Hagen and Nikki Hollerich
  • Any Port In a Storm Capture the movement of a turbulent sea in three stunning layers of fretwork By Fiona Kingdon
  • Easy Interlocking Unicorns This adaptable puzzle can be as big or as small as you'd like By Dave Van Ess
  • Compound-Cut Cacti Populate your favorite ledge or windowsill with a family of low-maintenance plants By Sue Mey
  • Compound-Cut Water Bird These elegant egrets will give you no regrets By Diana Thompson

For the seasoned scrollers

Take a fresh look at your cluttered workshop and show it some love with a slew of space-saving hacks from tiny-workshop expert Stephen Watson (page 22). Challenge yourself with a dizzying nautical fretwork by Fiona Kingdon (page 42), cut one of Diana Thompson’s stunningly delicate 3D birds (page 61), or hone your intarsia skills on a recently unearthed feline design by the legendary Lucille Crabtree (page 33). Even if you know most of the tricks in the book, these advanced projects may just have a few more up their sleeves!

As you delve further into the art of woodworking, we hope the articles in this volume foster a childlike glee in you—that, teacher or student, you can say (even after years at the saw) that every project is as exciting as the first.

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Weight 0.500000
Pages 79
Size 8.5" x 11"
Author Editors Of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts
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