Monday, July 6, 2020

Dog Leash Hanger Scroll Saw Pattern.

Scroll Saw Pattern Below but first....

Today is my wife's birthday. Patty and I have been together since I was a sophomore in high school. That was 1975. Today she turns 39. Don't do the math. I did that once and it turned out bad.

The first gift I gave her back in 75 was a Radio Shack, radio Racoon. She still has the gift. I think things are going okay. We have been locked down alone together for three months and I'm still alive. This lockdown is a big test. If both husband and wife survive with only minor injuries then they have found true love.

Happy Birthday, Patty. Thanks for letting me play in the workshop.

And now we return to our standard broadcasting schedule.

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Our family dog's name is Holly. When we mention that it's time to go to the park for a walk, she will just about run over you to get to the door. 

I thought it was time to design another leash holder. This one is nine inches tall and six inches wide. The leash hangs for the dog's tail. The bone reminds you that she needs a walk when you walk past. It's not like Holly won't remind me but just in case.

The parts are all 1/2" thick. The bone gives you about 3.5 inches of space that you could add your dog's name to customize the project. seven letters will fit pretty well. Longer names will get tough to cut. You could also eliminate the bone and just cut the dog's name in the backer board near the bottom. 

New beautiful Web Page for Sheila Landry Designs.

Guys, Keith and Sheila have not been resting through this crazy time. They have been hard at work redesigning their web page to make your visits eve