Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Drug Free Scroll Saw Pattern.

The response to yesterdays AA pattern was pretty incredible. It was not the most downloaded pattern of mine for a single day but it was close. That's wonderful. Wonderful? Yes it's wonderful because it means many of those people who downloaded the pattern are either now sober or know someone who is. They are celebrating life as a sober person.

My email inbox exploded this morning with people thanking me for the pattern. 26 years, 15 years, 3 months sober. These folks were successfully living sober. I doubt many of them were successful on their first attempt. I sure most of them will tell you it was not easy. Obviously they kept trying. They are still working to be sober. They always will have to work at it. My hope is that if alcohol is causing a problem for you keep trying. It might not be easy but you are worth the effort.  

Another unexpected series of email came from people who are now living drug free. They ask me not to forget to include their celebration. There is a less well known group named Narcotics Anonymous. At least it was less well known to me. They also have a logo that members look to for inspiration. The logo is trademarked by their group. Because of this I cannot use the logo as part of a pattern. It's important for corporations and groups to protect their property. I know many of you asked me to make this pattern and I wanted to explain why the pattern does not include the NA logo. I hope you will find this pattern useful in your celebration of life.  

Thank all of you for the email. I am sorry that so many emails are going unanswered right now. I am doing my best to read them all. I'll answer as many as I can.     
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Random Request.

I am looking for a good condition used Tektronics oscilloscope. I prefer the Tektronics brand but would consider another brand if the price was right. Something like a Tektronics 2215a would be great. I want one that is ready to run with cables. Manual would be nice but I can pick one up online if it's not available.

I am setting my electronics bench back up and I want decent test equipment but on a budget. If you have anything you would be interested in parting with drop me an email. Sorry for the off topic post but thanks for looking.

Alcolohics Circle and Triangle Symbol of Recovery Scroll Saw Pattern.


Alcoholism is a problem that devastates millions of lives every year. I have personally been touched by this disease in a close family member. It changed my life in ways I almost don't understand myself. I found myself helpless to help someone I loved. I think most of you who have had someone close who is an alcoholic will understand just how helpless you feel. Most of us are just not equipped with the skills to tackle something this complex.
 
In my case I took part in several Al-anon group meetings. They were incredibly enlightening and allowed me to understand what my role in my family members recovery really was. Up until that point I thought if I just tried a little harder I could talk them out of drinking. Trust me that don't work. If you have a family member who has an alcohol problem or if you are fighting the disease then please take advantage of the help that is available.  

Alcoholic Anonymous can offer help. This pattern is to celebrate your months/years of recovery. The AA Circle and Triangle is no longer used by AA as an official logo. It is my understand that they placed it in the public domain and told members they could continue to use it as a symbol of their recovery if they desired. I researched it's use and it appears to be okay. If you know otherwise please let me know and I will remove the pattern. If you make this project I suggest you do your own research if you plan to use it in a commercial environment.

The pattern book has a pattern for months and years. The Year pattern does not have the number but I included a template of numbers so you can customize it for your needs.

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Sunday, October 27, 2013

2013 Custom Christmas Ornament Box.

This pattern book is for those of you who have ordered my 2013 custom Christmas ornaments. The display box patterns are free with your custom ornament order. If you have not ordered your custom ornaments then jump to the bottom of this post for details.

If you have someone special that you would like to present a custom Christmas ornament to then this box pattern will make the gift even more special. 
The boxes are designed to fit each of the three different custom ornaments offered this year. 
If you have a baby having their first Christmas this will be something you need to cut. I have included a pattern to change the words on the top of the box to Baby's First Christmas. Every mother will cherish this gift.
I want to thank all of you how have placed an order. I hope you are enjoying cutting the ornaments. I have kept the price small enough that you can take orders and make these for your customers. I will be taking orders well into December but don't wait too late to get your order in.  Here is the offer for the Custom Christmas ornaments used with the boxes above. You have three styles to choose from. Each customized with the name of your choice. These patterns are very inexpensive. I want everyone to have an opportunity to make these for their family and friends. They are just $1 per ornament pattern with a 5 pattern minimum.
Order your 2013 Custom Name Christmas Ornament Patterns. Delivered directly to your email. You only pay after you receive the patterns. Pay securely with your credit card through Paypal. You DO NOT need a Paypal account to use your credit card. Alternatively pay through the mail with cash or check.Order early so you have time to cut them before the holiday season.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Jewish Hanukkah Ornaments Scroll Saw Patterns.

This pattern book has six Jewish Hanukkah ornaments. Every year I am ask to be more inclusive of people of other faiths. My education of the the Jewish faith is sadly limited. Some would say my education of the Christian faith is not what it should be either. I am always intimidated to do patterns of things I don't know much about. I take a kind heated beating in my email box when I make a mistake. Politics, Sports and religion can get a man in trouble if his ignorance speaks too loudly.

I am going to try to expand the topics and types of patterns I make. I'll try to do my homework and not look too silly. Undoubtedly my face will have egg on it from time to time. Please understand my mistakes will be made with respect and not intolerance. Feel comfortably free to point out my errors by sending me an email. Also send me suggestions of patterns you would like to see. I am more likely to use a suggestion if the pattern has a broad appeal. Doing a pattern for "Waldo's House of Exotic Beer" might be fun but it won't get many downloads.   
 
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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Paper Dial Christmas Clock. Printable Paper Dial Included.

This Christmas clock requires a quartz clock movement that has a shaft for 1/2" thick wood. The paper dial is included with the pattern book. Print it out on matte photo paper and use permanent spray adhesive to attache it to the clock face. Make sure you choose the appropriate size hands for the clock face. 1 and 7/8 inch hands should work. Remember that quartz movement hands can be trimmed to get just the size you need. You can usually trim off up to 1/4 inch.
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Mini Nativity Makes a great Christmas Gift.

This is another pattern from a couple years ago. This mini Nativity was hugely popular when I posted it back in 2011. In stands just a little over three inches tall. All the figures fit in the box for storage. It is a wonderful desk nativity set for the office.   

I wanted to post this one again because I have so many new readers. If you are new to my blog make sure you check out the free online catalog. There are hundreds of free patterns there ro keep you busy.


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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Oval Christmas Box Scroll Saw Pattern.

This is a simple oval scroll saw box. The Box is simple but the decoration on top of the box will be a bit of a challenge. It's going to get fragile. Don't use an open grain wood like red oak. It's going to break if you do. Soft maple or cherry would be a better choice.  

Choose your interior cuts wisely. Start with the smallest openings working your way out to the larger openings. Be careful handling the decoration until you get it glued to the box top. You will also have to apply the glue very carefully so you don't get any squeeze out. It will be hard to clean up if you do.

As you can tell from the picture I have not cut this pattern. I know it's going to be hard to keep from breaking the piece. Don't let that stop you from giving it a try. If you are successful you will have a very nice project. Just take your time and I think you can do it.
  
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Saturday, October 19, 2013

Christmas Tree Scroll Saw Pattern.

This Christmas Tree Scene is about nine inches tall. It's cut completely from 1/4 inch thick wood. This is a pretty quick project that you can go to the shop and knock out in an hour or two. You might experiment with using different species of woods to add a contrasting color. 



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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Race Car Key Hanger.

If you like motorsports then this key hanger might get you motor running. It's sized for keys or light jackets but you could easily enlarge it 100 percent and make it a coat hanger. All your favorite numbers are included in the pattern book. The last page has a set of number templates if you want to customize one.

We are staying caught up on the Custom Christmas Ornaments. I wised up this year and got some help. Here is the link to the order form. ORDER FORM .

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I Survived the Government Shutdown!!!

Maybe no one will want to cut this pattern. It's probably not worth the wood to make it. You know what, I don't care. This is just how I feel tonight. Political debate is just part of having a free country. I embrace both sides sparing for what they believe. That's fine but our political system is suppose to be about compromise. Hey Congressmen and Senators, Have your debate then get the job done for the people who allow you to be there. That's my political rant for 2013. I feel better.
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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Rock and Roll Guitar Scroll Saw Pattern.

16 inch rock and roll guitar scroll saw pattern.
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This DVD contains all the patterns from the Scrollsaw Workshop blog from May 12, 2007 to December 2, 2012. There are 1113 pattern books many with multiple patterns. These are the patterns that are available in the free online catalog. This DVD is for those who wish to have all the patterns and don't wish to try and download hundreds of patterns. Use the DVD for club meetings, sharing with friends and customers, Archiving etc.
No returns are accepted. No refunds. Defective DVDs will be replaced. Please watch the instruction videos to understand what you will receive.
PC Instructions Video:
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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

8,941,572 is a big number!

I started my blog back in 2007. I had no expectations that anyone other than friends would look at it. It's grown every year. I'm having a blast making patterns and meeting scrollers from all over the world.

I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who takes the time to read my blog and download my patterns. I decided to total the number of downloads from my catalog. 8,941,572 patterns downloaded since the blog went live. That kind of makes my head spin. The catalog will serve over 2.5 million patterns in 2013. That will be the most ever for a single year. I pretty proud of that. You guys are great. Thanks for letting me have all this fun. 

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Monday, October 14, 2013

Sue Mey Special Offer.

My good friend Sue Mey at http://scrollsawartist.com has a special offer on some beautiful holiday scroll saw patterns.This offer is only available for a very short time so check it out. I really like the first Nativity set. It's simple but beautiful. If you want something to sell at a holiday season craft show I think this one would be a good seller. It won't use up much wood or time. I think you could make a nice profit on that one.


Time for a Special discount offer! Place an order for three or more patterns from any category (Special Offers section excluded), and receive a 15% discount on the entire order. Enter voucher code OCT2013 (case sensitive) during checkout to qualify for the discount. This offer is valid until Wednesday October 16.

Note: The items shown are linked to the website - Click on either the Description or the Image for it to open there
To see more Nativity scenes and Christmas-themed patterns visit Holidays>Christmas. TIP: For easier browsing, change the setting on the top of the page to '96 per page'.
NW468 Nativity scene 21" x 6.9" With free-standing nativity figures. Adding fairy lights is optional $6.50
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NW464 Sleigh & reindeer Three-dimensional sleigh: 10" x 5.5" x 4.3" Reindeer: 8.1" x 6.4" $6.50
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NW475 Nativity in three layers 10.4" x 9.4" $6.50
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NW484 Large lighted nativity scene 18.5" x 11.9" - With sides, roof, ten free-standing nativity figures, and additional palm tree overlays. Add rice lights to light up the scene $10.95
 NW484



Best regards Red rose

Sue Mey
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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Power, Power, Power! Monster Truck Scroll Saw Pattern.

The truck is nine inches long and stands a little over four inches tall. In the pattern book are instruction to make the monster tires with tread. The truck has an interior seat and dashboard with steering wheel.

This truck is not appropriate for small children.  
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Santa's Ride Scroll Saw Pattern.


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George Gives Away a $20 Amazon Gift Certificate.

Last Sunday George announced a chance to win a $20 Amazon gift certificate. The deadline to enter was Oct. 12th at midnight eastern time. All you had to do to enter was follow the directions in that days George comic strip. Tonight I randomly drew from all the entries and Dee Kramer is George's winner. Congratulation Dee. Thanks for reading the George in the shop comic strip. I will be sending the Amazon Gift certificate to you soon.

If you would like a chance to win one of Georges giveaways just follow him on my blog. George will randomly announce a contest sometime during the month. This will not go out in the email newsletter so if you want to win you have to visit the blog and read the comic. The contest comic may only be up for a day or two so you have to check back often.



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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Lucet Cord Making Tool.

I received an email from a reader this afternoon. She explained to me what a lucet was. Apparently it is a medieval tool used to make cord or braided decorations for clothing and crafts. She ask if I could make a pattern for one. This is not something I had ever heard of so off to Google I went to research the tool. After a couple hours of watching Youtube video and reading about the tool I decided to give it a go. Textile crafts are not in my comfort zone but this looked easy and I thought it mught make a nice project for the blog.

I have to say that it is very easy to use the tool but a bit more difficult to master it. When you first get started the cord is a little lumpy. After some practice it starts to get better. I have embedded a tutorial video below that shows the technique. I didn't produce the video. I didn't think  was skilled enough to do it justice.  The teacher in the video does a good job of showing how it works without getting too wordy.

   A lucet is a tool used in cordmaking or braiding which is believed to date back to the Viking and Medieval periods, when it was used to create cords that were used on clothing,or to hang items from the belt. Lucet cord is square, strong, and slightly springy. It closely resembles knitted I-cord or the cord produced on a knitting spool. Lucet cord is formed by a series of loops, and will therefore unravel if cut. Unlike other braiding techniques such as kumihimo, finger-loop braiding or plaiting, where the threads are of a finite length, lucetted braids can be created without pre-measuring threads and so it is a technique suited for very long cords.

   Archaeological finds and a literary description of lucets strongly suggest that its use declined after the 12th century, but was revived in the 17th century. Its use waned again in the early 19th century.

   A modern lucet fork, like that pictured, is normally made of wood, with two prongs at one end and a handle on the other. It may also have a hole through which the cord can be pulled. Medieval lucets, in contrast, appear to be double-pronged, straight-sided implements, often made of bone. Some were shaped from hollowed bones, left tubular, presumably so that the cord could be drawn through the centre hole.[Source Wikipedia]


 
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Friday, October 11, 2013

Toymakingpalns.com New Noah's Ark Scroll Saw Pattern.

I saw this pattern a few days ago and I wanted to share it with you guys. You all know how big a fan I am of www.toymakingplans.com. They just continue to put out the best toy patterns available anywhere in the world. Cynthia and John are wonderful people to work with. They go above and beyond to make sure their customers receive exceptional value for their money.

Apparently they have been scouring the toy making world for talented toy designers. They found a father and son team in Vartarnica Serbia who worked together to design and build this wonderful Noah's Ark. It is stunning.

Goran and his son, Nemanja put together a video showing the construction of the project. Check out the video then jump over to www.toymakingplans.com and buy the plans for $16.95.



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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Owl and Moon Scroll Saw Pattern.

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The moon in this owl pattern is seven inches in diameter. That will give you a reference of the pattern size.  Printing scroll saw patterns from the Adobe Reader:
I often receive email asking about my patterns printing the wrong size.  Let me explain what happens. Look at the screen shot below. This is the print dialog from Adobe Reader. Depending on which version you have it may be slightly different. Note the area in the red box. This is the Page Sizing & Handling section. If the Radio button under Size Options is not set to "Actual Size" the pattern will not be printed to the dimensions required.

Another common question is "Do I have to print the cover page?" No. If you look above the red box you will see the "Pages to Print" Section. In this section you can print All pages, Current page and a range of pages. Normally you can skip printing the first two pages of my pattern books.


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Heritage Wood Specialties. Scroll saw ready boards!


Heritage Wood Specialties is a nationally recognized supplier of superior quality hardwoods to fine woodworkers across the US and Canada. Novice hobbyists and experienced enthusiasts alike can enjoy the high quality woodworking materials and kits available from Heritage Wood Specialties. Great source for scroll saw ready boards.

Seyco

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Seyco began business in 1986 with the goal to supply the best customer support and quality products in the scroll saw industry. I have worked with Seyco on many occasions and I can tell you they are simply the best. Please do yourself a favor and click the image above. Steve Good

Free Pattern Catalog. 1000's of free patterns.

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Thousands of FREE scroll saw patterns. No registration or signup required.

The projects form these patterns can be sold without restrictions. The patterns cannot be sold.

Click her for the Free Online Catalog.

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Wooden Vases on the Scroll Saw Book $12 Each

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Each digital book is available for download immediately after payment.
The books are $12 per edition and contains eight unique patterns each.
Watch the following video to see how easy these beautiful scroll saw vases
are to make. 

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ORDER THE DVD $20+ SHIPPING

 

Do you want all the patterns available from the Scrollsaw Workshop? This DVD has every pattern published from 2007 thru 2016. This DVD has 1969 patterns. The DVD is $20 plus shipping to many countries in the world. Check the order page for details.

No returns are accepted. No refunds. Defective DVDs will be replaced.

Please watch the instruction videos to understand what you will receive.

Create a Family Heirloom. Download The Jigsaw Puzzle Template Book. Only $7.00

May not print correctly from a mobile device. Use a desktop or laptop computer for printing. Instructions included for printing
Create one of a kind jig saw puzzles. Imagine how thrilled they will be when you create a hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle of their photograph. Wedding and anniversary photos, birthday or special occasion.
Watch this video demonstration to see of the templates being used to create a wedding puzzle.
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You will be directed to the download page after your purchase for instant download.

This pattern book contains the following size patterns

5x5 25 piece

4x6 24 piece

5x7 35 piece

8x10 80 piece

4x6 96 piece

5x7 140 piece

8x10 320 piece

Important: On the successful payment page click the Return to Merchant button to be directed to the download page. This pattern book contains only the puzzle patterns. No pictures are included. The book is in Adobe pdf format and requires Adobe Reader to view. This is a download only. If you wish to pay by check please include an email address and I will send the file to you. I can not mail a disk or print of the book.

Order the $3 pdf Catalog

This is a PDF of all the patterns in my free catalog. It is for Windows only and has a program to automatically download the pattern to your computer. Please watch the video below before you order. Click the picture to order.
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You do not need a PayPal account to order. At the bottom of the PayPal page is a button that will allow you to pay with a credit card. After successful payment click the Return to Merchant button for the download.

Stencil Printer 1.7

Stencil Printer Instruction Video.

The Scrollsaw Workshop Stencil Printer 1.7 is my latest software for creating patterns. It will create key chain fobs, desk name plates and more. Click the image above to download the latest version. It is free to use donationware. This software is for Windows PC only.

Scroll Saw Pattern Printer update 1.1

Scroll Saw Pattern Printer update 1.1
Download the Free Scroll Saw Pattern Printer Version 1.1. Create name patterns in seconds. Windows PC only.
Download Version 1.1
Please consider a $5 donation for The Scroll Saw Pattern Printer v1.1.

Scroll Saw Keychain Pattern Maker

Use the Scroll Saw Keychain Maker to start a small keychain business. Build yourself a nice display and make up severl keychains with common names. Sell at craft shows, on Ebay or at work. Everyone needs a keychain. Take custom orders. Heck just make them and give them away as gifts. It's all made easy with the Scroll Saw Keychain Maker. Watch the video demonstration then download the file below and get started with the fun.
The following link will start the download process. After the file download is complete just click the setup file and the program will be installed. Please consider a $5 donation for the program.

Download the Oval Keychain Pattern Maker.

Enjoy designing and printing these great personalized key chains. Give them as gifts, make them for fun or sell them at craft shows. It's easy, just watch the video demo then download and install the program. You will be designing these fun projects in minutes. Windows PC only.
Download the Free Oval Key Chain Pattern Maker. Create Oval key chain patterns in seconds.
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Charles Dearing Portrait Pattern DVD's

If you want to make your own portrait pattern designs this may be what you are looking for. Charles Dearing has a unique approach to designing portrait style patterns. He does not use complicated computer software. He uses good old pen, paper and tracing. Charles teaches everything you need to know to take your picture and turn it in to a beautiful wooden treasure. Click this link now and see the DVD's he has to offer.

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Make sure you visit my good friend Sue. She is one of the finest scroll saw pattern designers in the world today. .

Philip Lowndes Noah's Arc Pattern Available. Watch the video below.

This video is from Philip Lowndes. He is the designer of this beautiful Noah's Arc puzzle pattern. If you would like the pattern follow the link below.
Buy This Wonderful Heirloom Puzzle Pattern

Think Safety

Remember to keep the safety of yourself and others in your work shop in your thoughts at all times. Always wear eye and ear protection. Follow all the manufactures warnings that came with your power tools. If I demonstrate something on this web site that you don't feel is safe, don't do it. Your safety is your responsibility. Fingers are handy things, try to keep all of them.
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