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Scroll Sawing and Intarsia


Image Uploading Suggestions

We appreciate your help in keeping our image gallery orderly and easy for others to research.

Please consider these suggestions while uploading your images.

 

  • Name your images before uploading to our gallery, the generic camera file names just look so messy. "Walnut Desk" looks so much better than "DSC19467je69.jpg". You can also name your images after you upload them to our gallery for your convenience.
  • After uploading your images, please consider adding a description so your viewers know what they are seeing and the wood used, the tools used, or even your inspiration for building the project.
  • Please consider tagging your images so our members and guests will be able to successfully search for your image and related images. Tags can be inserted into the "Tags" field. An example of tags and their names should be related to your project. If your project images are of a Walnut Desk with dovetail joinery, than tag the image with "Walnut", "Desk", "Dovetail" etc.

 

Thank you for your cooperation. :)

The Management

Please create your albums for your scroll sawing and intarsia projects here.

Albums

  1. Glenn Spain

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    Bowl made of Hard Maple and Walnut
    oleglenn
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    oleglenn
  2. A girl named April Showers

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    Made one then thought I could do better 
    Smallpatch
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    Smallpatch
  3. Oleglenn

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    Here are some examples of my scroll sawing.
    Hope you enjoy them
    oleglenn
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    oleglenn
  4. Religious scroll projects

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    Various religious articles done by saw.
    Dale Felice
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    Dale Felice
  5. Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife

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    Collector plates, wildlife scenes and outdoors type projects. From my neck of the woods.
    Dale Felice
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    Dale Felice
  6. MISC

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    Stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else.
    Fred Wilson
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    Fred Wilson
  7. Pop's Shop Military Items

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    Here are a few of the military items that I make. 6 branches and counting.
    Fred Wilson
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    Fred Wilson
  8. military scroll projects

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    An album I created for my scrollin of patriotic projects. Some will be patterns from books net etc. Others will be of my design. Stay tuned.
    Dale Felice
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    Dale Felice
  9. Oleglenn

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    The Lords payer
    oleglenn
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    oleglenn
  10. Oleglenn

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    Scroll saw Portraits 
    oleglenn
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    oleglenn
  11. firefighter logo

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    pruty fun
    Smallpatch
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    Smallpatch
  12. Signs and images

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    Scrollsaw projects that are random from signage to portraits and other misc Designs I put together by laptop and generated into a pattern.
    Dale Felice
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    Dale Felice
  13. ARTWORK

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    SOME OF MY PAST PROJECTS
    DRAGON1
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    DRAGON1
  14. Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

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    I started creating Intarsia in 1993.One of my main objectives through the years has been to learn about and use the natural colors and grains of many different woods in my art. By combining texturing and detail carving I am able to enhance the dimensional effect that I think Intarsia is all about.
    All of my Intarsia Art is created using natural colored woods.
    Mike Mathieu
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  15. My Entries in the MH NWA Woodworking Show

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    These are my entries in the Mid-Hudson NWA Woodworking Show that was yesterday, Oct. 4, 2014
    Rebecca Chast
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    Rebecca Chast
  16. Bulldog Woodworking

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    scroll saw, word art
    Harry Brink
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    Harry Brink
  17. A picture taken from wifes stained glass patterns

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    The picture started out being a couple of love birds and since we don't have any around here I changed them into red birds, cardinals right before I started cutting with the scroll saw. Oh I did make one with the love birds which was smaller in size which I didn't like so I ended up with three sizes before I said enough.
     
    Changed and made an Intarsia type wall hanger
    All the wood is Ash. Best wood to work with and is great if it needs coloring and it will take any kind in the book. These colors are all printers ink that someone bought to save a buck then screwed up their home printer. 25 cents a bottle or 1.00 for all bottles at a garage sale. Next to extension cords this is something that sells for nothing considering how much it started out costing.
     

    Smallpatch
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  18. A picture taken from wifes stained glass patterns

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    All ash wood. Very good wood to work with and excellent to color or stain. The biggest picture is all home printers ink. Cheapest stuff a person can buy at a garage sale. Especially after they ruined their printer trying to save a buck.
    Smallpatch
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    Smallpatch
  19. intarsia using wifes stained glass pattern

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    Used ash wood
    Smallpatch
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    Smallpatch
  20. scrolling and carving a clock

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    Glued up some maple yesterday . Took it out of the clamps this morning. Run the wood through the drum sander and when wife came back from beauty shop she helped me install the pattern after I had covered the board with clear packing tape. Then I sprayed stickum on the tape and wife  held one end while we lowered the pattern in to position. I use to spray the back side  of the pattern but I find there is less chances for the pattern to accidentally fold into itself or screw up some other way if I spray the wood instead of the pattern..
    Smallpatch
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    Smallpatch
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