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Wildlife Portraits in Wood: 30 Patterns to Capture the Beauty of Nature

Wildlife Portraits in Wood: 30 Patterns to Capture the Beauty of Nature
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The wildlife patterns featured in this collection represent animals from around the world. As well as patterns, information on choosing the best blade, wood, and technique with which to create a work of art is provided. Readers will learn how to create patterns from their own photographs—allowing them to make scroll saw portraits of their loved ones. Tips on finishing, framing, and displaying finished pieces rounds out this woodworker’s reference.

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