Easter is right around the corner and this easy project will certainly delight the little ones in your life. This simple scroll saw project is made out of 3/4″ stock. Either paint or cut from your favorite hardwood.
Easter is right around the corner, so I think a couple bunny cars are in order. This quick and easy project is perfect for the little ones in your life. But before we make them, we have to design them. This episode, we jump into Inkscape and design our Bunny Cars.
- You can find the finished pattern here.
Be sure to watch the next episode where we’ll build these cute bunny cars.
When I’m away from my scroll saw for any length of time, my skills get a bit rusty. In this episode, I share how I “remind” myself how to follow a line. I do this before working on any large project when I need to quickly hone my skills. This is also a great way to build cutting skills for new scrollers too!
- The Scroll Saw Village thread – How long do you spend behind the saw?
This episode, I cover different ways of setting accurate angles when tilting the table of your scroll saw. I cover the use of the built-in angle gauge on your scroll saw, using a inexpensive protractor, a paper protractor and it’s advantages, a digital angle gauge, and using your smart phone to dial in the exact […]
This is an important message regarding membership at Scroll Saw Village, our sister site & community for scroll saw enthusiasts. We are moving to a different software platform in early October (You can read the announcement here). But, before we move, we have to do a bit of housekeeping. We have a lot of members who […]
General International announced a limited edition version of their popular Excalibur Scroll Saw to mark their 30 years of making this outstanding product. Not only does it look amazing, all black and trimmed with gold, but they’re offering a few new features too! Probably their best feature is their dust collection system. Keep the scroll […]
I’m a sucker for wooden toys. In my mind, there is nothing more satisfying than seeing a child play with a toy you handcrafted. Kurtis Foote, of Just Build Stuff, published a scroll saw book How To Make Wooden Farm Toys. Farm toy patterns are hard to come by, so I was pretty excited to […]