Saturday, March 27, 2021

Noah's Ark Scroll Saw Pattern.

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If there was ever a scroll saw pattern that was perfect for stack cutting, this is it. 

Genesis 7:9.
"Two and two, male and female, went into the ark with Noah, as God had commanded Noah."

This pattern is cut entirely from 1/4" thick Baltic birch plywood. Most of the parts are slot and tab for easy construction. Remember to always dry-fit the pieces before you apply the glue.

This project took me a few hours to cut today. This project is probably best cut over two or three days. I was pretty tired when I completed it. I actually skipped a couple of the animals because I needed to give my back a rest. It is an easy pattern to cut. It just takes time.

If you build this project make sure the children are age-appropriate. There are small parts. Some of the pieces are too fragile for very young children.

The cabin is removable for access to the ark interior. 

There is a ramp on the left end of the ark.

The ramp closes with brackets.

Video. The Story of Noah. 3.16