Woodworking scrollsawing plans and intarsia patterns are listed in this workshop category. If you are looking for the free woodworking plans, please look for the tree icon below to begin your free woodworking plans search. The plans and patterns listed below are offered for sale from a variety of online woodworking plans suppliers including my own online store which sells scrolling patterns for Tom Mullane, Forest Street Designs, Gatto Plans and our own product line of downloadable scrollsaw patterns. There are quite a few plans listed here so there are mulitple pages of scrollsaw patterns to look at. You will find the page navigation link near the bottom of this page.
This fretwork scroll saw woodworking pattern captures the beauty of an Craftsman style covered wooden bridge in the moonlight. This pattern is very delicate and must be cut and handled very carefully. A spiral blade will minimize turning the project and small detail lines are much easier to cut. Cut small details last to minimize vibration. Intermediate skill level.
These four pages will lead you though the process of creating our scroll saw silhouettes. We use the witch project (reduced size pattern provided) to show the techniques and options because it is a very flexible woodworking scroll saw pattern as it works well with all the options.
With this project, no one, not even the pizza delivery man, will have trouble finding your house by day or night. By day, this sign offers a cheery welcome. At night, 4 inch backlighted numerals will not leave any questions as to where you call home. As pictured, the 16 inch wide sign board holds four numerals. If you have more numerals in your street address, buy extra stock and add 4 inches to the length for each additional numeral. A full pattern set of numbers and the word - welcome - are included with the plan.
Kick it in gear and let the kids loose with their imaginations with a multitude of these spinning gears and a sheet of pegboard. With interlocking gears and a turn of the crank handle, the possibilities of combinations are seemingly endless.
Start with a simple heart shape to create even more decorative projects! Cut heart from 1/2 or 3/4 inch stock. OPTIONS-- Use as a solid plaque or cut out the center area as shown. Add a 3/16 inch diameter hang hole for a ribbon, yarn or decorative cord. Glue any cute Country Mini to the heart (we offer a simple bird). Heart may also be decorated with a ribbon bow or hang a small heart or other shape in the center from the hang hole. Play around with it and have some fun! Beginner skill level.
This haunted silhouette design features a scary house with bats and a witch flying by in the moonlight! This fun Halloween silhouette is a great way to greet visitors to your home, a yard sign poke or your office desk! Custom sizing available to make this a yard art size project.
If you sell your work, personalized items are always popular and sell very well because they are not available in the mass produced marketplace. So do not overlook the addition of simple signs, desk plaques, names on blanket chests and toy boxes. Make your projects and gifts more personalized with the letters of the alphabet. This 26 letter set are the lower case letters of the alphabet. A simple set that you can reduce or enlarge using your own printer or photocopier. We also sell the upper case alphabet, see plan 05-WP-011.
These mini-shapes can be used in country style craft projects. This page will deal mainly with detailing these small shapes. Of course, they may be decoratively painted if you have the skill, but there are other useful techniques too. Try dipping the pieces in stain and then painting a single detail such as a heart or design over the stain. Dip the pieces in a wash (thinned paint that is opaque similar to stain) and paint detail lines or use a permanent ink felt pen or paint pen. Try an antique finish by painting the plaque a light color and when dry, lightly wipe with a dark stain to age the paint. See the patterns for more options.
Italian Birdhouse woodworking plans - Can be built without birdhouse features. A woodworking project packed with detail for a showpiece in the home, office or with a protective finish can be displayed...
If you sell your work, personalized items are always popular and sell very well because they are not available in the mass produced marketplace. So do not overlook the addition of simple signs, desk plaques, names on blanket chests and toy boxes. Make your projects and gifts more personalized with the letters of the alphabet. This 26 letter set are the upper case letters of the alphabet. A simple set that you can reduce or enlarge using your own printer or photocopier. A very popular addition to crafters project!
Sawbuck projects! Cut it out from scrap wood you probably have in your workshop. These are not a pattern project, but a technique that we have found to be great for personalized gifts and can be quite profitable! Beginner skill level.
Sawbuck projects! Cut it out from scrap wood you probably have in your workshop. This is not a full size pattern, but we include it because it is a way to offer name plaques at craft shows without custom cutting on the spot! Use font letters found on your computer, there are probably over 100 styles to chose from. When someone wants a name plaque you just pick the letters and slide them into the base which is cut to length to fit the name. These also make nice alphabet toys for children!Beginner skill level.
This is simply scrap wood project that will get plenty of smiles as a stocking stuffer. It has plenty of options to be creative so play around! Its proven to be a very popular item at craft shows for those that do tole painting, folk art and whimsy crafts. Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
Thanksgiving is a time of harvest, bounty and family. This is a 1 page pattern. Make multiple corn cutouts and place together in layers and paint different colors. Resize to suit your needs. Beginner skill level using a jig saw should be able to accomplish this project easily.
This fretwork scroll saw woodworking pattern captures the beauty of long covered wooden bridge, a rare discovery on a country road. This pattern is very delicate and must be cut and handled very carefully. A spiral blade will minimize turning the project and small detail lines are much easier to cut. Cut small details last to minimize vibration. Intermediate skill level.
This colorful mobile includes Noah, his ark and twenty animals. It is perfect for your young childs room. Make this project on your scroll saw from 3/4 inch thick pine. Measures approximately 20 inches high.
Swiss Church Birdhouse woodworking plans - Can be built without birdhouse features. The Swiss Church Birdhouse is one in a series of distinctive houses representing architecture from around the world....
It is based on the enormous popularity of commercial pinball machines, but now, using marbles. Not only is standard horizontal operation possible, but also exclusive and unique vertical action with marbles being propelled up the back panel. The launcher can shoot one marble or over a half dozen at a time!
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