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Lighted Scroll Saw Projects

Lighted Scroll Saw Projects (Paperback)

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Attractive fretwork projects are highlighted by adding an artificial light source for effect. Make an elegant box style mantle clock with illuminated display stand, some eye-catching acrylic Christmas presents to place under the Christmas tree, or a cross wall sconce with attractive fret design. With 400 color images, step-by-step directions are provided for 24 lighted scroll saw projects ranging from easy-to-make luminaries to the intricate fretwork of a night light with tab and slot design. The wide selection of ornamental -- and functional -- projects include table lamps, candle holders, and Christmas decorations. The variety in designs, with accompanying patterns, make this a great project book for woodworkers of all skill levels. The double layered Christmas projects are always popular. Choose from a lighted arch (Schwibbogen), tree, or pyramid. All the basic procedures associated with scroll sawing are described in detail with many tips and techniques included. Highlighted is the compound cut technique, plus use of various materials (hardwood, plywood, painted MDF, paper, and acrylic).

Patterns comprise a variety of popular themes such as fairies, cherubs, a lighthouse, a dolphin, and a snowman.

Sport & HobbiesHandicrafts, decorative arts & craftsDecorative wood & metalwork Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 30/12/2009 ISBN-13: 9780764333866  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Sue Mey is a full-time woodworker and pattern designer, with more than 130 of her articles and projects featured in several magazines. She lives in Pretoria, South Africa.

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