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    I am trying to find Aviation Scroll Saw Patterns, or designs,- does such a thing exist, or do I set to work and draw up suitable patterns ?
    Am seeking all types of Warbirds, plus light ,( trainer ), aircraft, light twins, helicopters, commercial aircraft, etc.

    Big question,- If there's a shortage of these type of scroll saw patterns, how many scrollers worldwide would be interested in purchasing these type of patterns, as I can do designwork relatively easy, also have a personal collection of Aviation Publications ??
    What would be the best publication format,- Downloadable plan/s or printed hard copy, or both ??

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    Roger

    What type of patterns are you talking about? Portraits or Scale Models or .......................

    In regards to a publication format I would go with both download and hard copy. It is always nice to be able to download a plan and get to work right away, but if you are going to be doing model aircraft sometimes it is nice to have a hard copy so you can study things when away from the shop or a computer. I know the days of hard copy books are numbered so might as well be ready for the digital era.
    Tim

    If you need a tool and don't buy it, you will pay for it and not have it

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    • #3
      Go here to see some aircraft patterns. They are fretwork and portraits types.

      Hope it helps.

      -Bill
      -Bill

      My saw is a DeWalt788 Measure twice; cut once; count fingers after cut

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      • #4
        If you're interested in patterns that would lend themselves easily to intarsia, there are some excellent aviation patterns available as stained glass patterns. They are available through Amazon.com.

        Jan

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        • #5
          Aviation patterns, etc.

          A cross between Silhoutte and portrait styles. My proposed Aviation Scroll Saw patterns are heaps more varied than the ones you have shown to me on your Free Patterns section,- actually there's a, " million, & one, " things one can utilized as Scroll Saw patterns, as even have several real old Farm Implement Catalogs here that date back to the early 1920's - 1930's which show all kinds of implements, & stationary motors, old pumps, horse-drawn machinery, - all of which would make excellent Scroll Saw Patterns.
          *** Pattern Dimensions,- I always draw mine on A3 size paper, which means each pattern being in two sections to suit the average home computer & A4 printer system.

          Have a good day everyone, & thanking you for the helpful comments,

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          • #6
            I would like to have some aircraft patterns, specifically to sell the completed projects. I would like certain aircraft that they have in my area though. The f-18 (legacy and super), the P-3, P-8, H-60, H-1, Osprey, E-2C/D. I have seen the patterns on here also. Aircraft in flight is the preference.
            Mark Abbett
            DW788

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            • #7
              Dover Publications has a lot of aviation coloring books that could give you ideas.

              Jan

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              • #8
                Liz Tidwell did business as Carolina Scroll Works about ten years ago. As far as I can tell, she is no longer in the pattern business, but I believe she sold at least some of her materials to one of the big pattern outfits--Wildwood Design, Cherry Tree Toys, The Berry Basket, or one of the others. You might look at their web sites or request a catalogue. Liz did a lot of clocks with aviation themes, and I think she may have done somme portrait-style patterns as well.

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                • #9
                  Hello

                  I am looking for a scroll pattern for a P-38 Lightning. Can anyone tell me where I can find this pattern?

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                  • #10
                    The Wooden Teddy Bear has a few, might check them out.
                    Don

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