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Making a wooden dreamcatcher on the scroll saw.

Tools and materials used:

-2 mm thick birch plywood

-scroll saw pattern (printed on sticky back adhesive paper)

-masking tape

-precision cutting knife

-CA glue (cyanoacrylate)

-spring clamps

-drill press (4 mm drill bit)

-rotary tool (1 mm drill bit)

-sanding block (120 grit sandpaper)

-vacuum cleaner

-scroll saw (Hegner Multicut SE)

-Niqua Fix No 5 scroll saw blade

-old spatula

-180 grit nail file

-10mm key rings

-thin paracord lanyard

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Tapered Wooden Mug

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Hi everyone! This week I’m using my scroll saw to make another wood mug, this time with slightly different shape. And yes, I made a mistake…twice…

…I glued the bottom piece a bit too early (which makes sanding the inside of the rings quite a challenge) and than I sanded the outside of the mug without gluing the bottom piece back (ended up with the bottom piece being too big 🙂 luckily for me all I had to do was flip the bottom part over. It’s not exactly the way I intended but in my opinion…still looks awesome!

In case you decide to make one of these, here is the correct order of gluing pieces together:
-glue the rings together
-sand the inside of the mug
-glue the bottom piece
-sand the outside
-glue the handle