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20-Minute Scroll Saw Puzzles

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Achieve simple, sweet, and stackable puzzles and toys! The ultimate project guide for beginners, 20-Minute Scroll Saw Puzzles features 60 easy and adorable animal family puzzle designs that consist of no more than 10 pieces each. After opening with detailed sections on the scroll saw basics, wood selection, safety, child-safe finishes, and more, a helpful step-by-step tutorial will show you how to make a puzzle project from start to finish. From there, be inspired by 60 high-quality, full-size scroll saw patterns and make a collection of classic yet one-of-a-kind wooden toys and puzzles, consisting of sloths, koalas, unicorns, safari animals, sea creatures, and so much more! Author, scroll saw artist, and Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts contributor Jaeheon Yun is most notable for his whimsical puzzles and nontraditional designs that consist of interlocking animals that can be stacked and arranged in a variety of ways.


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Pages 128
Publish Date 2022-06-21
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.0"
Author Jaeheon Yun


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Dmitry Bogomazov, Scroll Saw Artist, Author of Colorful Toys That Stack, Rock, and Roll, Contributor to Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts
This wonderful book is filled with detailed tips and wonderful drawings for creating wooden puzzles. They are addressed to the theme of family, the love of parents and children. Puzzle figures are unusual toys that are distinguished by the expression of emotions of kindness and detail. I invite everyone who is young at heart to fully enjoy the manufacturing process and play!


About the Author

Jaeheon Yun is a puzzle designer based in South Korea. He graduated from Seowon University with a degree in Industrial Design in 2004; then, just before his first child was born in 2011, he bought a scroll saw and began making wooden toys. He now adapts the idea of the classic jigsaw puzzle into cute and stylized animal pieces that interact with each other to create larger animal "family" puzzles. Jaeheon often designs his animal puzzle pieces after forms found in Japanese toys. His son, Jimin, often "tests" out his puzzles in Jaeheon's two-room workshop, and Jaeheon hopes to teach him the scroll saw someday. Jaeheon's small business, called Namunolie (a combination of two Korean words meaning "tree" and "play"), can be found on Etsy.

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