|Project by woodbutcher||posted 05-08-2010 09:36 PM||1491 views||1 time favorited||12 comments|
These Jig Saw Puzzles as I grew up calling them, which are actually being hand cut on a scrollsaw, has been some what time consuming, lately. That is one reason that I’ve not been able to be as active on LJs’ as I would have preferred. It’s that time of the season for the wedding photos of course too. I’ve encased the puzzles for ease of transport which doesn’t do much for allowing very good pictures.
However the first one is approimately 12”wide x 18”tall and consists of a little more than 600 pieces. The second one has both a 4”x6” puzzle and an 8”x10” wedding puzzle in it.This 3rd one is a wedding puzzle also. There always has to be a non-sensical photo taken at todays weddings and that is what this puzzle shows. The las puzzle here simply shows how difficult it is to shoot pictures through an encased transport frame-LOL.
I am currently cutting all these puzzles on a new very expensive scroll saw made by Porter/Cable it costs all of $179.00 and can be found at a Lowes store near you! Seriously though this saw does outperform my RBI Hawk and Dremel Scroll station both hands down. I hope this may help any prospective new purchasers of scrollsaws-and no I am not being compensated anyway by the manufacturer for this endorsement. Just trying to help out our fellow LJs’.
-- woodbutcher north carolina