Sunday, April 6, 2008

Mini Fret Clock Pattern



This pattern was a lot of fun to build. The clock only stands 6" tall. It uses a 1 7/16" mini clock insert. You can cut the pieces in an hour or two. Everything is 1/4" thick wood. I used a Flying Dutchman #5 scroll reverse blade for all the cuts. Use contrasting woods for the doors and fence. If you need thin lumber to build this project check out Mystic Hardwood at the link below.

I finally had some time to get back in the workshop today. It was about 72 degrees here in Lexington today and felt wonderful to be in the shop. I did a little cleaning and organizing. I bought several board feet of curly maple and Peruvian Walnut Saturday. Now I have my wood storage racks full again.

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Philip Lowndes Noah's Arc Pattern Available.

Your interest in Philip's Noah's Arc project has paid off. After hours of work Philip has recreated the pattern for his Noah's Arc puzzle. He has made the pattern available on his web site for $20. You will be able to pay for the pattern then download it immediately. Just think, you could have this project built and ready to paint tonight.

In an earlier post here at the Scrollsaw Workshop I told you my feelings about this pattern. I think this is a uniquely special pattern. This is one of those projects that will become a family heirloom.



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