Plan Author: WoodworkersWorkshop®
Plan Publisher: WoodchuckCanuck.com, Inc.
Published Date: 2016
Plan Language: English
Wood and/or Supplies needed:
Two sheets of plywood each measuring 48 x 96 inches.
Tracing Paper 14-CARB2 is recommended.
Tools needed: Jig saw.
05-WC-0002 Bigfoot 7ft tall
05-WC-0003 Bigfoot Walking
05-WC-0004 Sasquatch Stare
05-WC-0005 Bigfoot Sasquatch Camping
05-WC-1154 Momma Sasquatch and Littlefoot
05-WC-1388 Sasquatch Bigfoot Head-in-the-hole Portrait
05-WC-1389 Sasquatch Bigfoot Thumbs Up Head-in-the-hole Portrait
Woodworking patterns designed and produced by WoodworkersWorkshop®. This product is available as either a paper plan that can be mailed to you, or a PDF plan that you can download. The paper plan set printed on wide format paper to accommodate the full scale drawings. Simply open up the pattern, trace the parts in place and get busy cutting your plywood! Where given, all measurements are in inches. The PDF plan you will download on the checkout page. This is a PDF plan that you will print on regular size paper using your printer settings or take to a local copy centre to print on 36 inch wide format paper.. First save the PDF plan onto your computer or some other safe place you keep your electronic documents so that you are able to access the plan again.
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Pros: easy project, fun
Thanks for the pattern for the bigfoot family, we had a lot of fun with this project, and have had people stop and take pictures. Thanks again.
Submitted by: Dan on 05/09/2017 07:59:08 AM