Saturday, November 30, 2019

Hanger Storage Scroll Saw Pattern.


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Does the bottom of your closet look like the picture sent to me from Eugene? I have to admit that my closet is not very well organized. Eugene wanted to know if I could design a storage system for extra hangers. I tried to come up with a system that would save as much space as possible. Having the hangers vertical seemed like the best idea. 

Using the 16-inch dowel you can probably store about 35 to 40 hangers.  

From Eugene:
Lots of people probably have piles of extra hangers. Maybe design a low hanger rack. I appreciate and enjoy your patterns.


This is fun to watch:


Most of you know that I keep a close eye on YouTube for interesting woodworking videos. There is one genre of videos that is pretty much useless but I still love watching them. There are many DIY scroll saw build videos on YouTube. I have never seen one that would actually be useful for the type of scrolling that we do but watching the creativity is interesting to me.

This video grabbed my attention because the builder puts absolutely no effort into making it look pretty. He gets right to the point of making the blade go up and down. I love the simplistic approach and basic materials he used. Other than the motor he does not have $2 in this saw and it actually works. Well, it kind of works. 

Please understand that I mean no disrespect to this builder. He is being creative and making use of what he has available. This kind of experimenting often leads to great ideas.  


Personalized Christmas Ornament Patterns:

I am still making good progress on ornament patterns. I should be able to get caught up today. If you have orders in the queue, keep your eye on your email inbox.



The price is $1 per name with a 5 name minimum. I keep the price as low as possible
because I want everyone to have a chance to make these ornaments for family and friends.

You only pay after you have received the order and are 
100% satisfied with the patterns. Invoice included with
the pattern email. Pay by credit card(secure Paypal), check, or cash.

The patterns will be emailed to you after they are completed.
Please allow up to a week for delivery. 

You can use last names on the ornaments if you like but remember that the more letters the more
difficult they are to cut. Ten letters and up gets pretty small. If you need to you can enlarge the patterns by 10% to make the interior cuts larger. No special characters are supported. I can get a hyphen in there but it looks odd. It has to connect the two letters so it does not just fall out.


$12 per sheet of 12 coins plus $3.50 shipping
Inlay with a 1" Forstner Bit.
The perfect way to sign your work.

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Email Newsletter Readers: Remember that the Newsletter is just a copy of the daily blog post. To see the post in it's proper formatting click this link. If you ever misplace a pattern or any item you see here you can always find it on the blog. Everything stays on the blog forever. 

Products for your consideration:


Every Scrollsaw Workshop Pattern from 2007-2018 in DVD


Purchase the entire Scrollsaw Workshop pattern catalog for offline access.

This DVD has over 2,600 patterns published from 2007 thru 2018.
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.

Now Available on USB Thumb Drive

Don't have a DVD drive on your new computer. No problem. Buy the catalog on a USB thumb drive.
All the same file but in an easy to use a thumb drive. The USB thumb drive option is $23 plus shipping.


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.

The books are $12 each and available for instant download after purchase. Click for Video Demonstration.


The Scrollsaw Workshop is primarily supported by donations. If you enjoy this Blog and would like to make a donation please click this Button. Your support is greatly appreciated. 
https://www.stevedgood.com/donate2.html

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Friday, November 29, 2019

Tilting Smartphone Stand Scroll Saw Pattern.



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Every once in a while I design a project because I need it. That is how this tilting smartphone stand came to be. 

The pattern has several different sizes for the parts that need to change based on the size of your phone. I also tried to make the slot large enough to hold the phone with a case. You may need to manually adjust these parts if your smartphone does not fit.

I will occasionally use my smartphone to watch video podcasts in the shop while I saw. Sometimes I use one of the music services on the phone or other media. I also keep my smartphone next to my bed as an alarm clock and phone. We have not had a landline in years so I keep the smartphone close. 

Another use is as a stand while doing a facetime call. Does anyone ever face time? I think I have used that feature once in several years.

I wanted the stand to tilt for different viewing angles so I built that feature in. I used a wing nut bolt, washer, and nut for the clamp.

I considered this a utility project so I just used Baltic birch plywood. 

Most of the parts are assembled with slot and tab construction. It is always best to slightly under cat the slots so you can sneak up on a tight fit. You are going to glue all the pieces together so a tight fit is not critical but it looks better.  




Everything from here to the bottom of this post is promotion and support for what I do here on the blog. If you don't like promotion then feel free to move on. If you would like to support what I do, here are a few things that help me out. I have placed the free pattern download button below as a dirty underhanded capitalistic attempt to get you to see my promotion. You can thwart my evil attempt by pressing the page down button three times. I feel better now.

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I just read that there are now 101 million Amazon Prime subscribers in the US. We only have 327 million people so that number is staggering. Why do I care? Because I am an Amazon affiliate seller. It is one of the primary ways I fund this blog. 

If you would like to help support what I do then please use my affiliate link to place your orders. It helps me a lot and your price stays the same. Here are a couple of links that you can use. Any item you buy during that session gets credited to me. I'll say it again. There is no additional cost to you as the buyer if you use my links. Thank you so much for your support.

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Countdown to Christmas:

For many crafters, this is the busiest time of year. Whether you sell your crafts or make them for family and friends. you are likely trying to get projects completed. We are now past Thanksgiving and have less than a month until Christmas. Time seems to speed up this time of year.

I have a few projects on my to-do list that I am trying to find time for. I still plan to do an informational/review video on the WEN 3921 16" entry-level scroll saw. I will do my best to get that completed next week. Several of you have mentioned that so I want to get it done before Christmas.

I need to start working on the USB/DVD catalog update soon. I will have the 2007-2019 update ready to go by the middle of January. Anyone who purchased the USB or DVD in November or December will be able to get the update free via download. I will give out information for that process when it is ready. 

I am trying to keep up with orders for Signature Coins and Personalized Christmas Patterns. So far I have been able to get the orders out quickly. Right now I only have a handful of orders to complete. Thanks to all of you who have placed orders and kept me busy. I am happy to fill any orders you may still want. There is still plenty of time to make the Personalized Christmas ornaments. 


Personalized Christmas Ornament Patterns:

I am still making good progress on ornament patterns. I should be able to get caught up today. If you have orders in the queue, keep your eye on your email inbox.



The price is $1 per name with a 5 name minimum. I keep the price as low as possible
because I want everyone to have a chance to make these ornaments for family and friends.

You only pay after you have received the order and are 
100% satisfied with the patterns. Invoice included with
the pattern email. Pay by credit card(secure Paypal), check, or cash.

The patterns will be emailed to you after they are completed.
Please allow up to a week for delivery. 

You can use last names on the ornaments if you like but remember that the more letters the more
difficult they are to cut. Ten letters and up gets pretty small. If you need to you can enlarge the patterns by 10% to make the interior cuts larger. No special characters are supported. I can get a hyphen in there but it looks odd. It has to connect the two letters so it does not just fall out.

Personalized Pet Christmas Ornaments Ready to Order:


Sorry I have been so slow getting these Personalized Pet Christmas Ornament patterns ready. The order form is now live. The patterns are $2 per name with no minimum. The order form will take up to five names. If you need more than that I just fill out a separate form.

The ornaments include the year but you can cut that part of the pattern off if you prefer them without the year.

When you cut the veining on the ornaments you can add a touch of glue to the back after the vein is cut. This helps add strength back if needed.


$12 per sheet of 12 coins plus $3.50 shipping
Inlay with a 1" Forstner Bit.
The perfect way to sign your work.

- -

Email Newsletter Readers: Remember that the Newsletter is just a copy of the daily blog post. To see the post in it's proper formatting click this link. If you ever misplace a pattern or any item you see here you can always find it on the blog. Everything stays on the blog forever. 

Products for your consideration:


Every Scrollsaw Workshop Pattern from 2007-2018 in DVD


Purchase the entire Scrollsaw Workshop pattern catalog for offline access.

This DVD has over 2,600 patterns published from 2007 thru 2018.
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.

Now Available on USB Thumb Drive

Don't have a DVD drive on your new computer. No problem. Buy the catalog on a USB thumb drive.
All the same file but in an easy to use a thumb drive. The USB thumb drive option is $23 plus shipping.


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.

The books are $12 each and available for instant download after purchase. Click for Video Demonstration.


The Scrollsaw Workshop is primarily supported by donations. If you enjoy this Blog and would like to make a donation please click this Button. Your support is greatly appreciated. 
https://www.stevedgood.com/donate2.html

My Sponsors:
Support the businesses who support our community.
Home of Pegas scroll saw blades.





Wednesday, November 27, 2019

How Great Thou Art Cross Scroll Saw Pattern.


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With the backer board, this cross is a little under eight inches wide and ten inches tall.

I will be taking tomorrow off to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family. To my online family, I want to wish you all a wonderful day of family, food, and thankfulness.

Please keep your travels safe. 





Personalized Christmas Ornament Patterns:

I am still making good progress on ornament patterns. I should be able to get caught up today. If you have orders in the queue, keep your eye on your email inbox.