Original designs and fully restored masterpieces of late 19th and early 20th century fretwork design, with the highest quality of modern graphics techniques
214 - Brougham carriage
218 - Palace candelabra
Also new: 204 - 218 in the page of scroll saw fretwork patterns for sale.
My name is Pedro. I live in Seville, Spain. In this web site I will show you my scroll saw fretwork. I learnt scroll saw in the school quite a few years ago and it became a hobby. When I became an adult and entered the University all my efforts had to be put into more important things so I stopped scrolling. I have recovered this nice hobby recently. I bought a Hegner scroll saw (which is excellent and I would recommend it to anybody), and combining scroll saw with my interest in computers, I have started making my own fretwork patterns. Unfortunately my job doesn't let me much free time, but even so I do things little by little. The precision of the computer lets me design really beautiful and attractive patterns. I will be happy to receive feedback at email@example.com.
This is the type of comment I often receive, it makes me happy to know you enjoy my work: ¨Hello Pedro, received the patterns today (7/3) all in good order. They look great. Clear, precise, easy to read instructions, professionally done. I can't wait to commence working on them. Please feel free to quote my comments if you wish. Many thanks, W.M. (Australia)¨
In this section you can see the whole collection of patterns we have for sale. They are all fully restored line by line using the most advanced techniques in graphic design.
In this section you can download free patterns in pdf format. I offer them as they are, scanned from the originals, with possible small defects and inaccuracies. They do not have the quality of the patterns for sale, but they are good to learn and practice.
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