Saturday, December 31, 2011

Man Cave Door Topper.

This door topper is over 19 inches long.

This is a two part pattern. Cut both halves leaving extra on the half with the dotted like.
Tape the pattern together at the dotted line.
Use spray adhesive to apply the pattern to the blank. Notice that I applied the pattern to the edge of the board. That gives me less to cut on the scroll saw.
Drill all the interior holes.
I cut my sign from MDF and will paint it.




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Thursday, December 29, 2011

A Little Wooden Bling.


The initial patterns in this book can be made into a necklace, broach or purse tag. I used 1/8" contrasting woods for this necklace. It might be a little large for a necklace so just reduce the size as much as you like and think you can still cut.

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Hoops Scroll Saw Pattern.




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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Welcome Buggy Scroll Saw Pattern.


I am a believer that everyone needs a hobby. We live in such a hectic world and the stress just builds and builds. The economy, work, family events and even holidays can all add to the stress. There is just nothing better than being able to get lost in something you are passionate about. For that period of time the stress just goes away and your body and mind can recover.

Those of you who come to my blog understand exactly what I am talking about. Most of you scroll for just that reason. I don't know if it will make me live longer or keep me healthier but I know one thing, I'm happy when I'm in my shop.

If you have the opportunity to help someone get started in the hobby of scrolling take the time for that person. Show them just how rewarding making something with your hands can be. Pass on the passion you have. If they show real interest mentor them. You just might be giving them the gift of happiness.

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Friday, December 23, 2011

Merry Christmas to the readers of the Scrollsaw Workshop.

I want to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas. I will be taking a couple days off from blogging and just focus on my family for the weekend. Thank you all for making 2011 a very special year for me. The Blog has continued to grow and I have made many new friends. Everyone be safe in your travels. I hope Santa brings y