Scroll saw pattern

Scroll Saw Make Pattern

BODY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 3/4" thick wood

BODY ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 3/4" thick wood

EAR ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 1«4" thick wood

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1 Apply a thin, evert 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 wth 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges.

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5 Repeat Stop 3 to attach front leg (side B) and one ear to the opposite side of the body. Refer to side vie*// drawing on the plan intro page for placement. Let dry thoroughly.

6 Repeat Step 4 to attach rear leg (s>de B) to the opposite side of the body. Refer to side view drawing on the plan intro page for placement. Let dry thoroughly before finishing

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5 Repeat Stop 3 to attach front leg (side B) and one ear to the opposite side of the body. Refer to side vie*// drawing on the plan intro page for placement. Let dry thoroughly.

6 Repeat Step 4 to attach rear leg (s>de B) to the opposite side of the body. Refer to side view drawing on the plan intro page for placement. Let dry thoroughly before finishing

3. Apply glue to the contact surface of the front leg (side A) and one ear. Press parts down and slide around on the body to spread glue evenly. Press firmly into place. Let glue dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

4. Apply glue to the contact surface of the rear leg (Side A) Press part down and sbde around on the body to spread ghie evenly. Press firmly into place Let glue dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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  • artemio
    How to make a wood scroll saw?
    8 years ago
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    How to make scroll saw pattern from photo?
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