Monday, November 23, 2009

Reader Submitted Pattern - By Bill Wilson


Bill Wilson was kind enough to send me this circle puzzle pattern he made to share with you guys. The pattern is hand drawn but I think it is clear enough to cut easily.

You could use this as a template to cut out a picture puzzle or just cut a plain wood puzzle.

Thanks Bill, I know many readers will get some great use out of your pattern.



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Small Fretwork Basket Scroll Saw Pattern


This small fretwork basket is 7 1/2" long and 5" deep. It is designed with slot and tab construction for easy assembly. I used 1/4" poplar but you could use 1/4" Baltic Birch ply with good results also. Because the opposing sides are identical you can save a lot of time by stack cutting.

This pattern would lend itself to enlarging. You could double the size and use 1/2" thick stock for a more substantial basket.

I need some help answering a few emails I have received lately. What brands and models of scroll saws are popular outside the United States? I have this question from South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. If you have a few minutes and could drop me an email I would be grateful and you might be able to help some new scrollers get started in the hobby.



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