Welcome to Lesson 7 of our 8 part series as we learn to use Inkscape to make our own scroll saw patterns. This time we’re taking everything we have learned up to this point and applying it to design a trinket/potpourri box. This video moves fairly fast and I don’t spend much time teaching you how to use the tools. But everything that I have done in the video (with exception to the Dynamic Offset tool) have already been covered in previous lessons. So if you run into problems, be sure to review the previous lessons.
If you’d like to download the Dingbat font that I used in this design, you can find it at Dafont.com. If you’d like a copy of the pattern designed in this demonstration, you can find that here.
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