Sunday, September 4, 2016

1957 Chevy Bel Air Scroll Saw Pattern.

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I did not test cut this pattern. The veining in this pattern got a bit complicated. I changed it a little after I made the image above. It was too difficult and I made it easier. Veining is critical in a pattern like this to give it detail. It can also make the project easier to break when you cut it. What I'm saying is don't use your $25 dollar a board foot wood the first time you try this project.

I was born in 1957 and this has always been my favorite automobile. If anyone would like to cut this pattern I would love to see a picture of it. I may cut it myself if I can find the time. 

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