Sunday, August 26, 2007

The Dixie Clock




One last clock pattern for a while. The Dixie Clock is a 5" x 5" clock that fits nicely on a desk. I again used walnut for the body and maple for the back and trim.

I spent the whole day in the workshop today. I got allot finished and made a bunch of saw dust. What better way to spend a Saturday. I sent my daughter who is my only child off to college last week. I have to admit I've been missing her and working keeps my mind busy.

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The clock insert for The Dixie is 3 1/2"
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The Abney Clock




This free scroll saw pattern is named The Abney Clock. The clock stands 10" high and 6" wide at the base. I used walnut for the body and maple for the back and trim.

The Abney requires a 3 1/2" clock insert. The hole for the clock is 3 1/4". I used a hole cutter in the drill press to cut the center hole. The clock body needs to be at least 1" thick to give the clock good proportion. The trim is 1/4" thick.

Enjoy the pattern. I have another clock almost ready to post. It will be smaller to fit nicely on a desk.

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