Sunday, September 30, 2012

Happy Halloween Pattern

Summer is behind us here in the US. The temperature is cooling down and daylight is getting shorter. It's the time when many of you get back into your shops.  If you are looking for a project to kick off the holiday season here is a Halloween pattern for you to cut. I also have hundreds of free patterns in the free online catalog. Visit the blog and look for the catalog link in the left column.

I get a lot of email asking that I email an older pattern that has been lost. All of my patterns since May 1st 2007 are still available to download in the catalog. The catalog is divided into categories so you can usually find the pattern pretty easily.

While you are at the blog check out the Community forum. There are thousands of members and the participation rate is really good. You will meet some great people there and the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.   
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Wooden Doggie Bank.

This wooden doggie bank is easy to make. There are only 3 interior cuts in the project. The roof is made using a butt joint so you don't even have to worry about the 45 degree cut. All the pieces are 1/4" thick except the 1/2" thick screw plates on the bottom of the bank and the base. The bank is a little over 5 inches tall X 3.5 inches wide X 5.5 inches long.

The bank is screwed to the base for easy removal when you fill up the bank.

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