Scroll saw pattern

Decorative Scroll Saw Pattern

BODY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 V4H tfiick wood

EYEBROW ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 it«" thick wood

BODY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 V4H tfiick wood

FRONT LEG

{SIDE B) ACTUAL SIZE MAKE 1

V2" thick wood

Woodworking Scroll Saw Plans

For derailed .'oy ¿¿¿dmMy lips refer to !hc Toy Wizard Tips sact.on of the öooK

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

For derailed .'oy ¿¿¿dmMy lips refer to !hc Toy Wizard Tips sact.on of the öooK

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

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2. Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all body parts. Sand lightty with 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges. OnH a 1,'8 hole for the eye or paint the eye on both side« of the toy when finished.

3. Apply glue to the contact surface of front leg (sade A) and to an eyebrow. Press parts down and side around on the body to spread glue cventy. Press firmiy into place. Let glue dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

Scroll Saw Patterns

S. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to attach front and rear leys (side 8) and eyebrow to the opposite side of the body. Refer to side view drawing on the plan intro page for placement Let dry before finishing

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

2. Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all body parts. Sand lightty with 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges. OnH a 1,'8 hole for the eye or paint the eye on both side« of the toy when finished.

3. Apply glue to the contact surface of front leg (sade A) and to an eyebrow. Press parts down and side around on the body to spread glue cventy. Press firmiy into place. Let glue dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

Dagc 55 92009 John W Uwman

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