Sunday, August 10, 2014

Small Floral Mantle Clock Scroll Saw Pattern.

Don't forget that you can enter the contest once per day. Details below.

This is a small floral mantle clock. The length if the base is 9.25 inches. It's about 3.5 inches tall. The clock insert is a 2 3/4" needing a 2 3/8" hole. I purchased my insert from Click the link to go directly to the insert page. If you purchase a different insert make sure you check the mounting hole diameter. Some 2 3/4" insert use a 2 1/2" hole. Just modify the pattern as required.

If you make lot's of clocks with these types of clock inserts you can make the job much easier by buying forstner bits. You will need a different size forster bit for each size clock insert mounting hole you have. For this clock insert I have a 2 3/8" bit. They are not cheap. I think I paid around $25 for this one bit. The smaller the diameter bit the cheaper they are.  You can use a forstner bit with a hand drill but it's not easy. You will have better success if you have a drill press. 
Giveaway for August. Enter and WIN!!!!
Sue Mey is again offering the prize for the giveaway. She will give the winner a $35 shopping spree on her website. This is a fantastic offer and you will find many patterns there you will love.

Here is what you need to do to win. 

1. Go to

2. Under the Intarsia & Segmentation category of her patterns there are 5 sub categories. They are Angels, Animals, Flowers, Religious and___________. Figure out the missing sub category.

3. In the subject of an email type the missing sub category. In the body of the email enter your name.
Send the email to

4. The winner will be a random draw on Friday August 15th 2014.

I will draw 3 more winners to receive my Wooden Scroll Saw Vases book. If you already have the book or would prefer you can take an Amazon gift card of the same value.

Note: Make sure to check out the compound cut wooden bangles Sue if offering above. These are going to be hot. Very unique patterns. I bet these will be good sellers on the craft circuit.
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