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I’ve been playing around with some jewelry recently and came up with these celtic pendants. I cut the the design out on the scroll saw first and then carved in the knotwork. In the top two pendants on the stand, I burned in the details. ( I prefer the carved knotwork but was running out of time to carve them all) I added hot fix rhinestones to all the pendants. Since I am going to submit these to a wood carving show I wanted a stand to display them. I used Steve Good’s easystand pattern cut on a scroll saw and then carved in the knotwork details. The stand is basswood and the pendants, mahogany and maple. I soaked everything in Danish oil and then lightly sanded before applying Minwax finishing wax.
Thank you for looking.

-- Anna

I hadn’t seen these before. Sorry I missed them. You do beautiful work with your scroll saw. With all the other things I have going, these make me wish I had one! Lovely pieces.

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Thank you all for your very kind comments. Celtic work is my favourite design to work on. It is time consuming to carve however using a scroll saw to cut the basic outline helps the process.

-- Anna


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