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World Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw

60 Wild Portraits for Lions, Pandas, Koalas, Gorillas and More
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Inside this pattern book, scroll saw artists will find more than 50 beautifully rendered line patterns of some of the best-known animals in the world. Each of the more than 50 scroll saw patterns is given its own page in the book and each is reproduced full-size on that page. Beginning scrollers may opt to cut only the outline of the piece for a silhouette pattern of the animal, while more experienced scrollers may choose to make all the inside cuts to create a stunning image of the animal in wood. The book also includes basic cutting instructions to give beginning scrollers an idea of how to apply the patterns to their own projects. A gallery of finished pieces showcases a dozen of the patterns cut and finished in a variety of woods. Species featured include: lion, tiger, koala, kangaroo, panda, penguin, camel, elephant, monkey, gorilla, wolf, bear, antelope, polar bear, penguin, reindeer, elk, mountain goat, snake, jaguar, parrot and more. · A collection of more than 50 line patterns of wildlife from around the world for scroll sawyers · Full-size patterns include lions, pandas, kangaroos, camels, elephants, bears, penguins, and many more · Contains a helpful section on basic

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Pages 72
Publish Date 2002-04-15
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.1169"
Author Lora S. Irish
Product Form Paperback / softback

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About the Author

Lora S. Irish is an internationally known artist and author, whose acclaimed books include Great Book of Carving Patterns, Great Book of Celtic Patterns, Great Book of Dragon Patterns, Great Book of Tattoo Designs, The Official Vampire Artist's Handbook, Relief Carving Wood Spirits, World Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw, and many more. Fox Chapel Publishing has sold more than 500,000 copies of Irish's books. Lora is also a frequent contributor to Woodcarving Illustrated and to Scroll Saw Woodworking and Crafts magazines.

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