Beginner Projects

Sailboat

An easy piece to give you practice cutting.This project is 7M tall and has only 10 pieces.

Scroll Saw Woodworking Projects

ENLARGE PATTERN 153%

No Stain

Golden Oak

Golden Oak mixed with Black Walnut

Penguin

1 his has only 10 pieces and goes together quite quickly.The stomach does not need to be stained, which further simplifies this pattern. Maple wood makes a perfect contrast to the heavy dark walnut stain used for the back and the head. The pattern can be enlarged for a more life-sized creation.

Scroll Saw Penguin

ENLARGE PATTERN 125%

Golden Oak

Black Walnut (heavy)

Paint white dot on eye. Refer to photograph for placement

Penguin Scroll Saw Pattern

No Stain

Golden Oak

Black Walnut (heavy)

Paint white dot on eye. Refer to photograph for placement

This songbird^ made up of 21 pieces, is quite a fun and simple pattern to cut out. If desired, you can make him larger or smaller. The enlargement recommended on the pattern is for a 10* model.

Scroll Saw Feathers

Golden Oak

□ Golden Oak mixed with Black Walnut

Begin by cutting the beak and then the eye and pupil Continue to the neck and the crown of the head. The body is next and then

the three sections of the wing. Move to the legs and the twig, and end by moving down from the top of the tail feathers.

ENLARGE PATTERN 117%

No Stain

Golden Oak

Paint white dot on eye. Refer to photograph for placement.

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