Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Steeple Church - Wok in Progress

Finally I have had a chance to cut out a couple of pieces for the church - parts of a door

I worked on the walls of the church and it looks like this now

to be continued...

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Steepled Church

The pieces you saw in my previous post are parts for my new project - The Steepled Church. Today I did easy job and cut out the parts of the building: walls, floor, roof, etc..., everything that requires straight lines. This is a rough dry fit with the patterns still applied to the wood.

I have to do some corrections, then will put it together, but tomorrow, hopefully, the weather allows to work since my workshop is in the garage right now and I prefer to work with the garage door opened. I need to do more cutting...

Have a great weekend!

Friday, November 15, 2013

New Project for the coming weekend

I prepared some pieces to cut out for my new project. I am sure it will take me more than this coming weekend to finish cutting all them out, because tonight I prepared more boards with the patterns.

What the project is? I will tell you later.

Happy coming weekend!


Thursday, November 14, 2013

Collapsed castle # 1

I used the design from the previous post to cut out a collapsed castle using the scroll saw.

The castle hasn't been finished yet, but at least now you know what the design was for. Can you see the road leading to the gates? or princess looking out of the window with sadness in her eyes waiting her prince to arrive? No? Give me some time...


Thursday, October 3, 2013

New Project - any Guesses?

This is a design of my new project for the scroll saw...

Can you guess what it is?

Have fun!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

3D Deer Contest at Steeve Good's Blog

Steeve Good opened a 3D Deer Contest on his blog http://scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/08/3d-deer-cutting-demonstration-plus.html.

Along with the rules of the contest he provides instructions and video on how to cut a 3D Deer without a pattern.

Today I cut 2 little deers, the height of the tallest is about 1 1/2". A penny is for a reference.

Back to practicing,


Wednesday, June 5, 2013


I missed my scroll saw so much. We moved and now I have a nice space in the garage that I can call a workshop and can enjoy my scroll saw. I almost finished cutting all pieces for a candle holder today, only one piece left. Hopefully, I'll do it tomorrow.