Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame Plan

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WOODSMITH-FRETWORK-FRAME-PLANS-GROUP

Occasionally, I enjoy sitting down and cutting fretwork patterns with my scroll saw. The change in pace is a nice break from my typical woodworking routine. But like any time I spend in the shop, I want to end up with something I can be proud of. Something that belongs on a mantle, a night stand, or in a grandchild’s bedroom. This fretwork frame is just the kind of project I enjoy. It doesn’t take much time.

We offer the Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame plan as a downloadable PDF or a printed format that we ship to you.

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Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame Standard Plan – 8.5” x 11” PDF Download Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame Standard Plan – 8.5” x 11” PDF Download SKU: WS10324PL
Plans will be emailed to you, please allow approximately 1 hour for processing. Phone orders cannot be accepted.

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$9.95
Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame Standard Plan – 8.5” x 11” Print (Shipped to You) Woodsmith Fretwork Picture Frame Standard Plan – 8.5” x 11” Print (Shipped to You) SKU: WS10324PLPR

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$17.15

With a scroll saw and a few extra hours you can turn a plain frame into this elegant one.

Step-by-step instructions, exploded views, materials list, and more—these plans have everything you need to build your own Fretwork Picture Frame.

What you get (Downloadable PDFs):

Standard Plan:

  • 8.5” x 11” PDF of 6 printable (digital) pages of step-by-step instructions
  • 25 full-color photos illustrations and exploded views
  • Full-Sized Patterns
  • Cutting diagrams and materials list

 

What you get (Printed & Shipped):

Standard Plan:

  • 6 pages of step-by-step instructions
  • 25 full-color photos illustrations and exploded views
  • Full-Sized Patterns
  • Cutting diagrams and materials list
  • 8.5” x 11” print shipped to you
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Country of Manufacture United States

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