Cedar Round Bass - Woodworking Project by Leldon Maxcy
Leldon Maxcy
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Cedar Round Bass

Here’s a simple bass fish pattern. I used a red cedar round that was 1 1/4" thick and made this on the scrollsaw. I finished it with Danish oil and several coats of spray lacquer. The pattern was designed by Keith Fenton at www.sheilalandrydesigns.com

Wow…great scrolling here…well done

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This is just beautiful! The finish is outstanding! Great job! :)


This is outstanding.

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

1.5" thick — can’t imagine being successful working with that wood. Bravo.
And it is beautiful

-- Toxins Out, Nature In - body/mind/spirit

Thank you! It was a tough cut, but it was worth it!

Very cool! I too am surprised with the 1-1/2in thickness. How can your blade even clear itself, since that piece is greater thickness than the travel of the blade? Logic tells me that you would have to do a lot of bump-n-back cutting…

-- HorizontalMike

Very cool,great scroll work super wood too.

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