Scroll Saw Pattern
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Desk Clock Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo Clocks make wonderful gifts anytime.I make them to sell, give as gifts, and take commissions to customize them.This is a clock I made for Paul and Linda at Canadian Woodworking.
The following instructions show you how to make a clock with either the name of a friend or business on it.You can adjust the size of text to accommodate more or fewer letters.If you prefer a scene or picture you can replace the text with a scrolled graphic.
Add holiday images to customize it for a special time of year or personalize your clock for events such as weddings, graduations, birthdays, or retirements.Clocks by Ted Duquette It's a good idea to purchase your clock insert before you begin your project.
I used a 2 ¾" clock insert that fits in a 2 ¼" hole.You can choose a different clock, but make sure you have the appropriate sized bit to cut the clock hole.Cut the base from a piece of ¾" MDF.You can also use plywood, particle board, or solid wood.
Tilt your scroll saw table 25° to the left, then cut out the edge of the base in a clock-wise...