This project would look great in the yard, in the field, in a store window or anywhere you like! Choose to paint it whatever color you like. Custom sizing available upon request.
We are very proud to offer our West Coast Fish Chair inspired by Haida art. And if you want, you can also convert it a rocker. Stool plan is also included. We provide everything you need in full size drawings; all the parts, paint diagrams and instructions to make the chair. Seat width 23-1/4 inches. Need a custom size? Just let us know. Just like all of our exclusive woodworking designs, these plans include full size drawings. Check out our entire furniture collection.
Today we launch our newest set of yard art woodworking plans, the complete scene of the Nativity, shown here in traditional white. But feel free to paint yours whatever color you want.
Our traditional European yard art pattern features our Snow Princess wearing a long blue coat, trimmed with fur, for those cold winter nights! Our full size pattern is easy to cut out. A complete drawing so you can quickly get busy with creating your projects. Simply trace, cut and paint. Custom sizing available upon request. Also available as a PDF download.
Perfect size to display in the yard, on a wall, front porch or store window! Nearly life size at 61 inches tall, the player is on a break away! Numbers 0 to 9 are included so you can represent your favourite hockey player too. Simply trace the line art pattern onto your plywood and start cutting!
Do you have a project where you are trying to hinge together a couple pieces of plywood? Screws usually pull out or cannot get a grip in the thinner plywood so we tried using copper rivets which are available at most hardware stores! Just drill holes to line up with the screw holes in the hinge plate, place the rivet through the plywood and hinge, set it on a steel block and pound the end of the rivet down into the countersink on the hinge.
A look at it back lit. Spent an hour assessing how I was going to cut the perimeter and then I set about doing it.
Here I show that the top of the salmon head is finished. That section with the mouth is quite flexible at this point in the cutting so be careful when you are moving your plywood around. If you noticed through the progression of photos that I started out with two pieces of 2×6 lumber across saw horses to act as my work table.
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.
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