Saturday, September 19, 2020

Thanksgiving Door Ornament Scroll Saw Pattern.

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This Thanksgiving Door Ornament pattern comes in two sizes. 8" tall and 10" tall.

 Is it worth the price?

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Let me start by saying that this is not a recommendation. This is not the method I use to attache scroll saw patterns to wood. This is an alternative. 

Before Sloans Workshop shut down they sold Pattern label Paper that you could print your patterns on and stick them on the wood. This eliminated using spray glues or stick glues. You did not need tape under the pattern. The product was very convenient. I don't remember the price but it was more expensive than other methods of applying patterns.Many people found the convenience was worth the cost.

I have received three emails since Sloans shut down asking if I knew who else sold the product. I know of sources for rolls of pattern label paper but not cut sheet. I looked on Amazon and found Full Sheet Removable Label Sheets. I ordered a pack to test for scroll saw patterns.

Before you guys go crazy, yes I know this is expensive. If you cut dozens of scroll saw patterns a week then this is not an option for you. The sheets are about 60 cents per/sheet. This is pure convenience over cost.

Here is how my test went.

You want to optimize the print on the page. The more you can print on a single page the better the cost.

After cutting the pattern from the sheet the backer paper peels of easily and is ready to apply to the wood. There is not need for tape under or over the pattern. The glue on the label lubricates the blade just as well as the tape. We Also don't need the tape to make the pattern easy to remove. These are removable labels. They come off easily. The question is, will they lift while cutting.