Scroll saws are one of the most versatile tools in a woodworker's arsenal. With a scroll saw, you can create intricate designs in a variety of materials. The Zebra Leaping Scroll Saw Clock Pattern is a great example of the things that can be accomplished with a scroll saw.
With this pattern, you can create a beautiful clock that will look great on the wall in a child's room or in a playroom. The pattern includes two sizes, so you can choose the size that best fits your needs.
The large pattern has the Zebra in a jumping position with a clock insert below, and the small pattern has the Zebra leaping over the clock insert. A line drawing for the base is also included so it can be hung on a wall or placed on a dresser.
We recommend 1/4 inch plywood or hardwood for this project. With the Zebra Leaping Scroll Saw Clock Pattern, you can create a unique and stylish clock that will be enjoyed for years to come.
There are two sizes included in the scroll saw pattern, a large pattern for the 2 3/4 inch clock insert, and a small pattern for the 1 7/8 inch clock insert.
The smaller Zebra could be a little challenging because it features more delicate bridges between the frets.
This leaping zebra is on a base with the clock insert and a zebra jumping over the insert. This would look great on a shelf, mantle, or even your desk.
Finished Zebra Clocks Are Approximate:
- Large Clock - 10 inches wide x 8 inches high.
- 2 3/4 inch clock insert needs a 2 3/8 inch hole with 11/16 inch mounting depth.
- Small Clock - 5 3/4 inches wide x 4 1/2 inches high.
- 1 7/16 inch clock insert needs a 1 3/8 inch hole size with 7/32 inch mounting depth.
Wood recommendations - 1/4 inch hardwood or plywood of your choice.
This scroll saw pattern is full size. You will receive the plan printed on two 11" x 17" sheets of paper. We recommend that you make a copy to scroll saw out and use the original for reference.