Monday, December 3, 2018

Collector Doll Crib Rocker Scroll Saw Pattern.



This is not designed for a small child. This is a display crib. It will hold an eight-inch doll. It is designed to use 1/4" thick wood. 

If you want it to be used by children I would make these recommendations. Scale it up 100% so you can use 1/2" thick wood. Then I would eliminate the four corner posts. If you make these changes it will be ~14" tall and hold a 14-inch doll. 

The fretwork is cut into each end. I have included backer pieces to back up the fretwork so the interior of the crib is clean. This also helps stabilize the fretwork. 

Announcing the Bear Woods November Giveaway Winners:

I want to thank Bear Woods for sponsoring this giveaway. Guys I have known Stephen, who is the owner of Bear Woods for over two years now. I can tell you without hesitation that he runs his business with integrity and respect for his customers. He also spends time and money to give back to the community. I have a business relationship with Stephen but I just call him a friend. Thanks Stephen for all you do.

For the month of November Bear Woods featured a charitable woodworker each day. These woodworkers from all over, spend their time and money helping the underprivileged. Bear Woods donated $50 to each of these folks and set up a system so you could donate also. 

Each entry for the giveaway required a visit to the Bear Woods Gives page. Thak you to everyone who entered and supported the Bear Woods Gives month. 

Now for the winners.

Winner #1 who will receive the $100 Bear Woods gift certificate is....

Bob Kephart

Winner #2 who will receive a completed original art work from the collection of
Charles Dearing is....

Joe(did not give a last name) email address begins with porjoe.......

Congratulations to the winners and that you to everyone who participated. There were well over 8,000 entries.


Incredible Organization of a Workshop:


I can't even organize my desk drawer as well as Timothy Wilmots organizes his workshop workflow. This video has nothing to do with the scroll saw but it is a remarkable video to inspire us. I know there are very few people who have the budget to build a workshop even approaching this shop but thinking about workflow is important even in a small shop. Maybe even more so.








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Products for your consideration:


Scroll Saw Pattern Design Tutorial: DVD
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Then I will show you the technique to take your photograph and make a pattern from it. When the pattern is complete we will go in the shop and cut it.
The DVD is $10 plus shipping. This is a data DVD that you will use on your computer to watch the video tutorial  



Every Scrollsaw Workshop Pattern from 2007-2017 in DVD
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This DVD has 2,300 patterns published from 2007 thru 2017.
The DVD is $20 plus shipping. Ships to 60 countries around the world.

If you use the DVD on a Windows PC there is a simple viewer program to browse through the patterns.

The DVD also works fine on a MAC. The viewer program is not MAC compatible but there is an included PDF with all the patterns shown as thumbnails for easy viewing. 

Unique Wooden Vases:
Want to create beautiful wooden vases on the scroll saw?
My two "Wooden Vases on the Scroll Saw" books make it easy.

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