Scroll Project While This Article Is Written Primarily For Novice Scrollers Advanced Scrollers May Be Interested In The Technique I Used To Attach The Pattern To The Project Pieces
Scroll project while this article is written primarily for novice scrollers advanced scrollers may be interested in the technique i used to attach the pattern to the project pieces is article about Magazine bookmarked by frederick with ID 12859788458 was uploaded on 26-03-2019 and has been viewed 262,522 times.
Napkin Holder Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo I used ¾" pine for this napkin holder, though you can use any other softwood or hardwood that suits your fancy.The project is fairly simple, consisting of two sides and a base, held together with dowels.
Areas to be cut out are marked with an x.Project parts Prepare the Project Pieces• Cut your project pieces to size.• Trim the patterns to fit the wood.Do not cut the round corners off of the pattern, leave them square.
• Sand the project pieces on both sides.• Use 2" masking tape to cover one side of both upright pieces (A).Overlap the masking tape by about ⅛".• Trim off any excess tape at the ends.• Dry fit the pattern to the upright pieces.
Do not glue at this time.• Apply two small pieces of masking tape to the top side of each pattern.Then fold it over onto the upright pieces.This will make a tape hinge for the next step.• Fold the pattern back (like opening a book) and spray glue on the back of the pattern.
Make sure you do this over some newspaper as the over spray will...