Carved Decoy Duck


Scroll Saw Carved Duck


1. Apply one Carved Decoy Duck pattern from page 133 to pine.

3. To carve a more realistic head and bill, use a center, pencil guideline drawn along the edges. This will help you keep the shape(s) symmetrical as you form it (see photo).

4. Coat some segments with a clear, natural finish and color others with acrylic paint before gluing them together.

5. Assemble and glue the segments.

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Pencil center lines along the edges as shown to help keep the shapes symmetrical if carving a more realistic head.

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