Scroll Saw Workshop Issue 20 - Fall 2005
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Special Woodburning Issue, Country Scene Hand Saw, Simple Techniques for Realistic Portraits, Hot New Tools, Dremel Scroll Station Excalibur EX21 Saw, $2000 Prize Giveaway Design Contest, New Intarsia Techniques from Judy Gale Roberts, Get a Head Start on Holiday Scrolling, Ornaments,Puzzles,Toys Click Image to view Table of Contents
PATTERNS Owl Family Puzzle by Judy and Dave Peterson A cute, stand-alone puzzle that’s easy to scroll. Early American Box by John Nelson Scroll a piece of history with this restored vintage pattern. Relief Cutting Exercise by John Nelson Sharpen up your relief cutting skills while you make a handy angle guide Leather Dyed Fantasy Butterfly by Sue Chrestensen and Linda Creatore Splashy colors and layering techniques combine in an attractive wall hanging. Noah’s Ark Puzzle by Joanne Lockwood Scroll and paint a puzzle based on the classic Bible story. Woodimal™ Eagle by Jim Sweet Take a break from delicate cutting and scroll this whimsical puzzle. Scroll and Burn a Wolf in a Gourd by Cheryl Dow Think outside the wood box and try cutting a gourd. Use a woodburner to add the wolf portrait. 3D Lizard Puzzle by Len Wardle The eye is the key to this freestanding puzzle. Tiger Portrait by Neal Moore Segmentation and staining techniques work together to create a realistic portrait. Pattern Update Scrolled and Burned Wooden Handsaw by Linda Sales Add a country scene to a wooden saw cut out on a scroll saw. Hummingbird Rocking Chair by Rick and Karen Longabaugh Embellish a whimsical doll chair with a classic summer design. Raccoon Intarsia by Judy Gale Roberts and Jerry Booher Add an intarsia inlay to an interesting piece of wood for a different look. Stack of Seagulls by John Fleig This challenging compound cut project is more detailed that it looks. Scroll Saw Name Keychains by Ron Brown Make personalized presents or items to sell in minutes on your scroll saw. Refrigerator Magnet Silhouettes by Sue Mey Neat little projects that are easy to cut, but look great holding up grocery lists. Waterfowl Silhouette Scene by Bob Duncan A classic pond scene that is sure to be a hit with outdoor lovers. Fall Leaf Frame by Kathy Wise One intarsia pattern can be used three ways for three different looks. Layered and Burned Squirrel Clock by Rick Parsons and Dave O’Brien Two scrolled layers with woodburned details give this clock a 3D feel. Holiday Ornaments by Rick and Karen Longabaugh Get a leg up on the holiday season with an early present from SSW. Features Dremel Scrollstation Put to the Test by Joanne Lockwood Dremel’s new tool combines a scroll saw, circular sander, and flexible shaft tool. Adding Texture with a Woodburner by Sue Walters A little experimenting with a woodburner can produce realistic texture in a variety of projects. Excalibur EX21 Put to the Test by Jerry Booher Excalibur’s new saw boasts an innovative assembly to change the cutting angle. Reader Survey We want to hear from you about what is most important to you--Scrolling! Open House News That’s right, it’s back. Plans are underway for the Fox Chapel Publishing/Scroll Saw Workshop Open House. Departments Publisher’s Column Letters to the Editor Info Exchange Bragging Page News & Notes Advertising Directory Classifieds
|Size||8.5" x 11"|
|Author||Cheryl Dow, Jerry Booher, Jim Sweet, Joanne Lockwood, John A Nelson, Judy & Dave Peterson, Judy Gale Roberts, Len Wardle, Linda Creatore, Linda Sales, Neal Moore, Rick & Karen Longabaugh, Ron Brown, Sue Chrestensen, Sue Mey, Sue Walters|
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