Canadian Provincial Capitals Scroll Saw Patterns
Canadian provincial capitals scroll saw patterns is article about Magazine bookmarked by arthur with ID 12313215315 was uploaded on 27-04-2019 and has been viewed 45,247 times.
Fredericton Illustration by Marcus Cutler Fredericton is located in the middle of the lovely St.John River valley - the river actually bisects the city.The area has an interesting history, having been originally occupied by the Mi'kmaq and Maliseet peoples, and thereafter intermittently settled by the French, Acadians, British and United Empire Loyalists.
The city is well treed, with a number of parks, including Odell Park and Arboretum, which contains all the tree species native to New Brunswick, several of which are more than 400 years old.Forests cover almost 90% of New Brunswick and are an important part of the provincial economy.
At the top of this scroll saw pattern are two symbols from the provincial flag - a golden lion, referring to the Duchy of Brunswick, and an oared and masted ship, referring to the importance of shipbuilding to the province, and its maritime location.
The church in this scene is the Christ Church Cathedral, begun in 1845, opened in 1853.Scroll Cutting TipsPhoto-enlarge the pattern to the size you want.Cover your substrate (such as ¼" Baltic birch ply) with masking tape, and then spray glue the pattern to the substrate.
Using a #5 13 tpi blade, cut out the...