Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dragon Egg

There will be a little challenge with this pattern. Plan your cuts wisely so you don't weaken the wood. The belly and the back of the dragon are going to be weak until you get the backer board glued on. I would cut every other belly piece then cut the back. Then carefully cut the remaining belly pieces. Take your time and use good quality sharp blades. Don't be stingy with the blades. If it starts to get dull grab another one.

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