300 Christian & Inspirational Patterns for Scroll Saw by Tom Zieg

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By Tom Zieg

From uncomplicated to ornate, get encouraged by way of three hundred styles wealthy in Christian symbolism to create appealing artworks. For the newbie and skilled scroller alike.

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As a faithful reproduction, this table is a failure. I changed it too much, from the unusual original drawer to the unconventional way the top was attached on the original. But my changes were sympathetic to the time period. So though I can say this table wasn’t the same as the one built in the early 19th century in southern Ohio, I can say that my version wouldn’t look out of place there, either. Remove the fence from your rabbet plane and tip the corner of the tool into the kerf as shown. After a few strokes you will reach your finished depth.

After the drawer slides smoothly, glue in a couple stops to the rear apron to make the drawer fit flush at front. Finish & Final Thoughts After breaking all the edges of the table with sandpaper, I added a simple and traditional finish: an oil and varnish blend. The oil gave the walnut warmth; the varnish gave it some protection. Five coats did the trick. You can buy this finish off the shelf (Watco is one brand). Or you can make it by mixing equal parts alkyd varnish, boiled linseed oil and low-odor mineral spirits (paint thinner).

Then on the band saw cut away the waste to separate the two tenons on each end of each apron section. The tenons should come off the table saw a little thicker than needed so you have some material to plane away during the final fit. Fit each tenon to each mortise. The screw pockets on the inside of the apron should be cut before you assemble the table. These can be made on the drill press using a Forstner bit, but I chose to use chisels and gouges as the Pleasant Hill maker had done. I started by drawing lines on the inside face of the apron sections 1" from the top edge.

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