Tuesday, June 30, 2009

A bit of a challenge.

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This pattern of the last supper will be a bit of a challenge for new scrollers. The pattern is over 20 inches long so it will be easiest cut with a spiral blade. You will need a board 22.5" long and 8" wide. I recommend 1/8" Baltic birch ply.

I have not cut this pattern. If one of you seasoned portrait cutters give it a try I would like to hear feed back if there are any problem areas.

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