Scroll saw patterns, outlines, clip art designs, string art patterns, and projects. Great ideas for the scroll saw, band saw, jigsaw, and other projects. Includes printable or downloadable patterns for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced user. Simply click the pattern and print. Note: most browsers allow an image/template to be resized or scaled while printing. See the Ultimate Guide to Using a Scroll Saw for more information on purchasing a scroll saw or stack cutting.
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Beginner Scroll Saw Patterns.
You can create these patterns without any internal cuts. Hence, these patterns do not require you to drill holes or remove the blade.
Word Art Patterns
Religious Clip Art and Scroll Saw Patterns.
See Religious Clip Art and Patterns for additional religious designs and patterns.
State Outlines and Patterns (Bandsaw Projects) All 50 states.
Country Outlines and Patterns.
See Country Outlines and Patterns for designs of various countries.
Intermediate Scroll Saw Patterns.
These patterns will require you to create at least one internal cut. For more intermediate and advanced projects, you can convert many of the beginner patterns to puzzles. You can do this by marking additional lines on the patterns using a jigsaw puzzle pattern layout. You can also create intermediate patterns by placing beginner patterns in a circle. For example, notice how the beginner “Christmas Tree Pattern” was converted to an intermediate pattern below.
Scroll Saw Letter Patterns and Number Patterns
These patterns are somewhere between beginner and intermediate level. Some of the patterns (e.g., “C”) you can create with no internal cuts. Other patterns (e.g., “B”) will require you to create two internal cuts.
Advanced Scroll Saw Patterns.
These patterns will require you to create numerous internal cuts. You can convert the beginner or intermediate patterns to advanced patterns, by overlaying a background pattern on top of the original pattern. Pattern 1, Pattern 2, and Pattern 3 contain background patterns created with various shapes. I created the patterns of the bears below by overlaying these patterns on top of a basic bear. If you need help converting a beginner pattern into an advanced pattern, just let us know and we can convert it for you.
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More clip art and patterns for the scroll saw and band saw.
• Ultimate Guide to Using a Scroll Saw
• Essential Band Saw Tips
• Patterns for Chess Pieces
• Practice Pattern for the Scroll Saw
• Religious Clip Art Patterns
• State Outlines and Clip Art Patterns
• Country Outlines and Clip Art Patterns