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    My name is Marcin and I'm quite new to scroll sawing.
    Here are couple of my latest projects:

    1. Plunder Island Feral Chicken MagnetDesign based on Plunder Island Feral Chicken - Monkey Island wiki from The Curse of Monkey Island - Monkey Island wiki
    Cut on a Proxxon DSH Scroll Saw and hand painted
    Made from Okume Plywood.
    Inside the chicken there is a strong magnet. On the back of the chicken I glued a felt pad to protect the fridge from scratching.
    If you would like to cut your own here is a pattern: Feral chicken
    More photos: Plunder Island Feral Chicken Magnet | DwarfsForge

    2. Moustache Fridge Hanger

    Made from Okume Plywood.
    Inside the hanger there are two strong magnets. On the back of the hanger I glued two felt pads to protect the fridge from scratching.
    If you would like to cut your own here is a pattern: Mustache pattern
    More photos: Moustache Fridge Hanger | DwarfsForge

    3. Beneath a Steel Sky Pendant

    Design based on Beneath a Steel Sky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia game.
    Made from aluminium
    Size: 42 x 46 mm
    If anyone is interested I can also provide a pattern for this one.

    I moved your thread to a more appropriate forum to maximize traffic and get you more responses to your post.
    Last edited by m2grzegorczyk; 11-21-2011, 11:55 AM.

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