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  1. Teamwork Box (with Bob the scroll saw man)

    So here was the thought. Bob does super scroll work and I make boxes. Why not combine talents? I wanted to make a yellow ribbon box featuring some figured movingui for the ribbon itself and I had this 1/8 inch walnut veneer. I sized the veneer to the approximate size of the box and...
  2. Which do you like better?

    There are two versions of this cutting of my grandaugther in her "Tiki" dance costume. The left one is on plain soft maple, the right one is on tiger maple. My wife prefers the plain maple one because "the business of the wood detracts from the cutting". I prefer the tiger maple one because...
  3. Toys and stuff

    Here are a few of my toy projects and my first attempt at doing fretwork on the scroll saw. They don't have a finish on them and most haven't been finish sanded at this point.
  4. Scherenschnitte Scrollwork

    This is a bit of a departure from the marquetry work I have been doing lately, but I find scrolling to be just another form of artistic expression that has been calling to me. From Wikipedia: Scherenschnitte (pronunciation: [ˈsharon-shnit), which means "scissor cuts" in German, is the art of...
  5. The Dragon and the Checkered leaf wood pendants

    More wood pendants :) The leaf is made from end cuts from a walnut and oak cutting board my father made, and the Dragon is black walnut with a birch backing for color contrast, and so the detail of the scroll work is easier to see.
  6. Pocket Full of Posies Scroll Sawn Candle Tray

    I've once again fallen behind with adding my new projects to my gallery here on Lumberjocks. I had intended to add them every couple of days, but time has been slipping by so quickly, that it has been quite a while again. In any case, there is no time like the present so I have decided to...
  7. right place - right time

    I was driving my daughter around to get her to nap. after she fell asleep, I was driving back to the house and out of the corner of my eye at a swap meet at a local community centre in Cedar (Vancouver Island, South of Nanaimo) I saw this little item. I carefully turned around and went in to...
  8. Album Cover Scrollwork

    This project was both a commissioned piece as well as a labor of love. Fools & Horses are a local "up and coming" band in the Baltimore area and will be releasing their fourth studio album next month. The entire band are great friends of ours for a number of years now. The bass player's mom...
  9. Chalk Truck

    I have had no time to make toys lately but i decided with dad to make a truck, but i wanted something different, as usual :) found the basic idea on the web and then i tough to make it a little more interactive, so i painted it with chalk paint that i did myself with grout and paint, as the...
  10. BUDDY

    This is a scrollwork image of my father's beloved dog, Buddy; who is still alive and doing well. This dog has been a wonderful and very loyal dog for my father for the past few years. I thought this would be a great Christmas gift, so I took a shot at it. My inspiration to take on this project...
  11. Love and Hate

    This is the latest and the last piece in my series of leopards which i will be showcasing in my upcoming exhibit entitled "BEYOND THE GROWL" - A FELINE FASCINATION on November 14-28, 2009 at the ****************************** Museum.
  12. Ebony Jewelry Box

    So this is my first jewelry box. I made it for a friend for Christmas. Pretty simple design. It is made of Gaboon Ebony and Purple Heart; black flocking through out. It is finished with Renaissance Wax. The scroll work was designed by me but I did cheat in cutting it out. I scanned it...
  13. Scroll werk

    This is my first serious scrollwerk project. It is one of Steve Goods patterns. I learned one very important thing with this project. Don't hand drill the holes in the little small openings. You won't keep them straight and sometimes they run into the next square. From now on I will use...
  14. Ribbon Box for Wedding

    I did a cutting of my nephew and his fiance as a wedding present and then decided to construct a ribbon box to put it in rather than get a cardboard box and wrap with traditional wedding paper. I used tiger maple for the box as it is light in color but has a nice pattern. The ribbon is maple...
  15. Last of my scrolling week projects

    This is the last of the scrolling projects I did a while back. My wife likes hummingbirds so I did this for her. She really liked it. Originally designed with a border but she said not to put the border on. Guess what I didn't put the border on. Made from oak & popular.
  16. Self-Framing "Paris" Plaque

    I had a lot of fun designing this simple "Paris" plaque! I wanted to make something that was 'trendy' and looked elegant, but wasn't really difficult to cut. The frame from this project could easily be used for just about anything. The flowing, abstract lines from it are easy to cut and very...
  17. The paddle board

    This is the paddle >;) It's long grain and edge grain, made of Black Ash, Burr Oak, Cherry, Rock Maple, Red Oak & Walnut. Pretty much just scraps. It's sealed with (just like all my other cutting boards) salad bowl finish and mineral spirts. I rubbed it out with steel wool and it's smoother than...
  18. Jake & Elwood Blues

    "We're on a mission from Gawd" is still one of my favorite lines from one of my favorite movies! What better characters to try creating my very first scroll work WITHOUT someone else's plans! Yes, I have done quite a few works before - even much harder ones, but I think I like this one the...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Good day, I found this plane online today and I was wonder if anyone knew what make and type it is. I thought it might be a Miller's Falls Jack Plane but the woman selling it emailed me back and didn't know it's make. She said the only thing she can read is Made in Canada. Any guesses? I will...
  20. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a maroon Stanley Bailey #4 tuned up and ready to go. I thought I'd post it here before ebay. Sole has been flatten. frog has been flatten. When I got it the blade had a micro bevel. I did not remove it, but I will if desired. I personally don't like using a micro bevel but...
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