Sunday, December 23, 2018

Love Wine Compound Cut Scroll Saw Pattern. By Bill Dobson.

To all of you around the world who celebrate Christmas, I wish for you the most wonderful day possible. I hope all your Christmas wishes come true.

I am going to take a couple of days off but I will be back after Christmas with more scroll saw goodies for you. Then we will start getting ready for 2019. 

Wishing you and all your family a very Merry Christmas.

Guest Post: by Bill Dobson. Love Wine Compound Cut Pattern.

I received an email today from Bill Dobson. Bill A.K.A. Woodworker Willie, is a scroll saw artist specializing in intarsia. You can see his work at his website.

Bill had seen my "LOVE WOOD" compound cut pattern and decided to make a change. He designed the pattern with the words LOVE WINE. When I saw it I knew that some of you would like to have this pattern. I edited it to clean up the patterns but it is basically the same as you see in Bills version above. 

Bill says he used fabric dye to color the wood. That is not something I have ever used but the color is very vibrant. Want a little red wine with dinner?

Thanks, Bill.

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