Welcome to the very last lesson in our free online class on how to use Inkscape to make your own scroll saw patterns. This time, we demonstrate how to use the tools we learned up to this point to create an elk mini-clock. The clock takes a standard 1 7/16″ mini-clock insert. You can find these inserts online or at some local craft stores. This lesson is a bit long, but you’ll see the entire process as we create this really neat desk clock. You can find the finished pattern here.
You can find this lesson and others at Scroll Saw Village in the Village University forum. You’ll find videos, written instruction, downloadable source material, and classroom discussion where you can have all your questions answered. Be sure to stop by and check it out.
I hope you guys enjoyed this class and learned a thing or two. Inkscape isn’t a hard program to learn, it just takes a little practice (just like anything else). The possibilities are endless with this program and you can come up with unique designs that nobody else has. I hope you choose to share your talent with the rest of us and upload some of your creations to the Pattern Library. Scrollers are very appreciative of pattern designers. Plus, its a huge thrill when you see someone cut one of your patterns. I can’t wait to see what y’all will come up with. Anyway, on with the show!
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