Preview the Scroll Saw Magazine’s Fall Issue with Free Scroll Saw Patterns
It feels like summer just started but our Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Magazine Fall Issue 2020 has arrived! Fresh off the press, this magazine will inspire your scroll saw projects to use the nature around you. From backyard creatures such as Charles Hand’s Curious Raccoon fretwork and John Rhyne’s hummingbird six-cut creation to natural projects such as Judy Gale Robert’s Fall Foliage Intarsia Sign and Sue May’s layered tranquil scene, you will want to grab a pumpkin spiced latte and get into the Autumn spirit!
To celebrate the new release, enjoy these free scroll saw patterns from a larger project in the Fall Issue 2020 by Emily Lewis below and keep scrolling for a preview of what else you can find in the pages of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Magazine Fall Issue 2020.
Free Scroll Saw Pattern: Cut and shape a charming scene straight out of prehistory
By Emily Lewis, Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Magazine Fall Issue 2020
From simple sea otter intarsia and a quirky turkey puzzle to filigree owls, compound-cut wizard wands, and so much more, this fall issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazine is sure to inspire both experienced and beginner scrollers alike! Including 24 full-size patterns and step-by-step projects that are perfect for a new season, this exciting issue is sure to entertain!
Dinosaurs have the ability to capture the imagination of both adults and children alike. Emily’s full project in the Fall Issue 2020 is full of friendly creatures and cheery colors that are sure to brighten up any kid’s (or big kid’s!) room. In addition to the 50 individual pieces used to create the scene in the magazine, she also included free two simpler alternative patterns, each of which can be created using exactly the same process as her full tutorial on page 28 of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Magazine Fall Issue 2020. Enter your email below to unlock your two free dinosaur segmentation patterns.
Creative Modern Coasters
By Frederick Arndt, Cut by Tom Gauthier
This project involves the creation of small pieces of mid-century modern-inspired art that can be used as coasters, trivets, or an attractive wall hanging, depending on your preference.
Scroll Saw Projects in Corian®
By Carole Rothman
Test your skills on a durable, scrollable material that isn’t wood! From cutting techniques to two small step-by-step projects, you’ll be cutting Corian® in no time with Carole’s 9-page article inside Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Magazine Fall 2020.
Quirky Turkey Scroll Saw Puzzle
By Tim Gilman
The puzzles I make generally stand upright, but because turkeys have heavy bodies and tiny legs, this project presented a special
challenge! After observing the bird, I noticed that turkeys often stand with some feathers touching the ground, so I designed a puzzle that uses the feathers for support.
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