The pirate, sailor, and fisherman's bodies are carved from 4 in. landscape posts. The pirate's shoulders, arms, headgear, and other characteristics are all cut from three-quarter-inch stock. All three projects' patterns are created in full scale. The Post People measure 29, 28 and 43 inches tall.
Use 3/4 inch lumber scraps and cheap landscaping ties to create the Nativity Post People. 33 to 37 inches is the height range for Nativity Post People. Every design includes illustrations for every figure in each group. Each pattern section is illustrated at full scale. Shown with optional Three Kings Post People.
Use 3/4 inch lumber scraps and cheap landscaping ties to create the Three Kings. 34 to 40 inches is the height range for Three Kings Post People. Every design includes illustrations for every figure in each group. Each pattern section is illustrated at full scale. Shown with optional Nativity Post People.
Woodworking blueprint for a 1925 Model A Ford automobile. Full-size patterns, close-up images, text, and illustrations. The Ford truck plan is intended for experienced to expert woodworkers. The plan includes full-size photographs of every component that can be copied on an 11 x 17-inch paper copier.
This 1930 Model A Ford Automobile woodworking design features full-size plans and in-depth images, text, and sketches. A functional rumble seat and a trunk are included in this classic 1930 Ford Model A woodworking plan. It adheres to our quite well-liked Duesenberg woodworking plan. The Ford design is intended for experienced to expert woodworkers. Although turned parts might be replaced with more straightforward purchased parts, some lathe work was necessary.
Car created from a woodworking plan: a 1911 Pierce Arrow. For woodworkers who are intermediate to advanced. a lathe is needed. Not meant for kiddie play, but rather as a decorative object. Full-size patterns, close-up images, text, and illustrations.
An instruction manual for building a six-horse team, royal carriage from the Victorian era. Building the project is outlined in step-by-step directions with plenty of sketches, patterns, images, and text. Introducing a full-size woodworking plan to construct a tiny Victorian royal carriage pulled by a six-horse team similar to those found in the past. A perfect project for a band saw or scroll saw. Like the intricate coaches from the past, there is fine craftsmanship throughout. Six horses, three of which are prancing, drive the carriage. Simple, step-by-step directions. No need to carve. Place pattern copies that have been sprayed with adhesive on wood that has been cut to the specified thickness.
This is not a wooden toy, so it ought to be displayed in a safe location. Patterns in their entirety, close-up photos, text, and illustrations. Almost all of the components of this car are made of wood. Some metal is utilized, including small link chain for the drive system, 20 gauge wire for the wheels, and miscellaneous wire parts. Every pattern is shown in its whole with distinct lines. There are numerous pictures, illustrations, and texts that go with the patterns. The early intersection stand, description plaque, and display base assembly instructions are included in the plan. The pattern contains detailed step-by-step pictures that demonstrate how to build the three realistic wheels using wire as the spokes. Including specific recommendations for sitting in a leather chair with accent buttons
A woodworking blueprint describes how to create a wooden copy of the Mercedes Benz Sport Wagon from 1927. A large number of illustrations, text, and pictures demonstrate how to make the wood product. 20 gauge wire is used to construct the actual spoked wheels that were common on cars of this era. Each and every car part pattern is full size. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers.
The essence of what Christmas is all about is captured in a Currier & Ives photo print. The atmosphere of bygone winters is brilliantly captured in their lithographs. the use of a one-horse open sleigh, sledding, skating, or snowmobiling. On 11 x 17-inch sheets that are crammed with illustrations, sketches, and text that describes how to build each piece in depth, we present our building instructions for this set. Based on a piece in a Swedish museum, the sleigh was created. The animal is similar to a Currier and Ives lithograph of a conventional trotting horse. Options for the design include adding blankets to the benches, beautiful metal work along the sleigh's runners, a snowy display base, and a personalised plaque bearing the artist's name.
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