Santa looks a little sad trying to fit into this tight chimney. This project was cut from 1/4" and 1/2" MDF but any material that accepts paint well can be used. This is another pattern with no interior cuts so it is suitable for even the very earliest beginners. There are a couple small pieces but take you time and you will do fine.
I am working my hardest to get all the Name Ornaments orders complete. Please be patient with me and I'll get them finished as soon as possible. Thanks for al the orders.
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You can mix from the two styles in the picture above.
Names over about 10 letters can be very difficult to cut.
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Sunday, November 14, 2010
Posted by Steve Good at 11:40 PM
Here is a quick project you can make for a family member or friend. I designed the frame in three different sizes to fit the number of numbers you have.
A couple of days ago I posted a request for information on the Sand-flee product. I received many many e-mails from people who either had the product or a competitive version of the product. There was a lot of great information and I want to thank everybody for sending me the e-mails. I decided to go ahead and order the 9 inch Sand-flee because that's the product I get the most e-mails about and I wanted to be able to review the unit and answer questions from my own experience. Hopefully I'll have the machine in my shop by Tuesday. After I have a little bit of time to work with it I'll post a review of my experiences from using the product as a scroll saw user.
I delivered the toy box I posted the picture of yesterday and it seemed to go over real well. I had a lot of requests to post the pattern for the toy box on the blog but I won't be able to do that because of trademark issues. If anyone is interested I would be able to do a generic pattern or similar toy box. When I build a project for myself I work from pretty rough sketches so it will take a little time for me to put it together in a readable format.
Posted by Steve Good at 5:48 AM
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