Decorative & Ornamental Scroll Saw Patterns by Patrick Spielman, Dirk Boelman

By Patrick Spielman, Dirk Boelman

It’s the biggest and most interesting choice ever to be had of decorative and ornamental scroll-saw styles and initiatives. “Includes over a hundred decorative and ornamental styles and projects...[for] people with simple scroll-sawing and woodworking talents, with distinct thoughts defined with textual content, line drawings and photographs.”— Woodshop information .

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