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Scrollwork Patterns

60DY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 3/4" thick wood

REAR LEG ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 1.2- ChtCk wood

60DY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 3/4" thick wood

REAR LEG ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 1.2- ChtCk wood

Scroll Saw Toy Plans

1. Apply a thin, even coal of spray mount to toy pattern. Let the glue dry to a tacky state before applying pattern to the wood Press onto wood

2 Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all body parts Sand lightly w>th 100 gilt sandpaper to soften edges.

3. Apply glue to the contact surface of a front leg. Press part down and slide around on the body to spread glue evenly. Press firmly into place. Let dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

4. Repeat Stop 3 to attach the roar leg to the body. Line up bottom of feet evenly with the table top to level the toy Squeeze leg onto body and hold in place against table top until glue sets up.

5 Repeat Step 3 to attach the second front leg to the opposite side of the body Squeeze front leg onto body and hold in place until glue sets up Let dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

6. Repeat Step 3 to attach the second rear leg to the opposite side of the body. Line up feet even with the tabic top to level the toy Squeeze leg onto body arid hoW in pSace against table top until glue sets up.

92009 John W Lwman

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