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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

ep03 - Making A List And Checking It Twice

Who's on your Christmas list? This episode I brainstorm some ideas for possible handmade gifts for the loved ones in your family. There are a lot of great ideas out there, so this certainly isn't a comprehensive list. But it should get you on your way.

Listen to Episode 3 - Making A List And Checking It Twice.


Traditional Puzzles

Standing Puzzles
Tray Puzzles
Logic Puzzles
Japanese Puzzle Boxes
General Toys
Tic Tac Toe
Barrel Of Monkeys/Elves
Hair Clips
Pencil Holder

Note Holder
Name Plate Pattern Generator
Business Card Holder
Letter Opener
Key Chain
Free Standing Word Art
Christmas Pyramids
Wildlife portrait Coasters w/Inlay Team Logos
Sports Number Plaque
Desktop Book Shelf
Book Marks
Paper Towel Holder
Napkin Holder
Wine Caddy
Wine Holder
Candle Holders/Luminaries
Custom Portraits

Trinket Boxes
Music Box
Inspirational signs

A Few Notes:
First, a little self promotion. Scroll Saw Goodies has a ton of great information and links to free scroll saw patterns. Be sure to check out my "Free Patterns" section as well as the "Toys & Games" section. I have highlighted hundreds of free scroll saw patterns that should keep you busy until next Christmas!

Both Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts and Creative Woodworks & Crafts has a ton of great patterns. It would take me too long to link to each individual issue, so I only linked to the magazine's main website. Wherever possible, I noted the issue in which the project came from. I encourage you to consider buying a few back issues of these great magazines. I love having access to so many great projects.

Absolutely Free Scroll Saw Patterns has recently merged with Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts forum. I still have linked to the main MSN Group page. But it won't be long before the patterns will be moved to Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts. If you have trouble finding a project, just post a question in the forum. Everybody there is very helpful and can point you in the right direction.

Steve Good at Scroll Saw Workshop has a lot of great free scroll saw patterns. Again, it would take me too long to link to all of the patterns I've discussed in the podcast. So instead I pointed you to his main website. You can dig through the archives to find patterns. Or you can scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and select the "Pattern Catalog". This is a picture reference of all the projects available.

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