Sunday, December 29, 2013

Head Phone Holder Scroll Saw Pattern.


High end audiophile over the ear headphones are hot right now. Music listeners are becoming aware of the better audio quality and noise canceling ability of these devices. If you watch pro sports you see all the super stars wearing them. Of course this means all the kids are starting to switch away from the ear buds that have been so popular.  

If you are going to spend $100, $200 or even $300 on a set of headphones you might as well have a nice home for them. This project will be easy to make, attractive and functional. The project is made from easily available 3/4" thick wood. I also used two axle pegs to keep the wire organized. I covered the bottom with felt to prevent furniture scratches. I also routed an edge detail around the base. 

If you sell at craft shows or online this might be a good addition to your inventory.


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