Jiggin’ for Salmon – part 2

Cutting corners with the jig saw.
Cutting corners with the jig saw.

Found some time this weekend to work on the jigsaw project. Continued cutting the twists and turns of pattern. The idea of starting in from the center and working outwards seems to be a good idea. I also starting scoring the lines with a sharp blade. This will help prevent the blade from splintering the edge while cutting. Same as if you were cutting a veneered hollow core door, score the line then cut with the saw, makes for a clean edge.

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Jiggin’ for Salmon – Forest Leaf Salmon Plywood Project

Forest Leaf plywood project
Forest Leaf plywood project

From scrollsaw to jigsaw… working with a normal 8.5 x 11 inch scrollsaw pattern to produce a large scale Forest Leaf project.
The Mission: To convert scrollsaw patterns to jigsawing patterns.
The Total Cost: $26 materials
Total Time: 13 hrs

 

 

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