Monday, January 11, 2016

Fleur-De-Lis Clock Scroll Saw Pattern.

This clock uses a 2 3/4" insert designed for a 2 3/8" hole. The hole is best cut with a 2 3/8" forstner bit but can easily be cut with your scroll saw. Just slightly under-cut the hole so you get a nice snug fit when you insert the clock.

I have used multiple thicknesses of wood for this project. The body is 1" thick. The top is 1/2" thick as is the bottom. The extra piece on the bottom is 1/4" thick as is the columns. The fleur-de-lis is cut from 1/8" thick contrasting wood.

The wood I used for this clock is Peruvian Walnut and Maple.

Sorry things have been kind of slow on the blog the last few days. I have been a little under the weather and just did not have the energy to get in front of the computer. I seem to be feeling better today so I'll try to get caught up on email as soon as I can.

  
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