Victoria Scroll Saw Pattern - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

Canadian Provincial Capitals Scroll Saw Patterns: If you're a scroll saw fan, then you'll love our new 'Provincial Capitals' series.

Victoria Scroll Saw Pattern


Illustrated by Marcus Cutler

Beginning in this issue of Canadian Woodworking we will be bringing you unique scroll saw patterns - sky lines of each of the provincial capitals. We start with Victoria, which was designated the 2005 Cultural Capital of Canada. This view overlooks the Chateau Victoria in the heart of the city. These scroll saw patterns were designed exclusively for Canadian Woodworking by Marcus Cutler, a new contributor to the magazine. If you can't get to work on your pattern now - don't worry, they will be available for download from our web site. Get those saws out folks, and be sure to send us photos of your projects.

Each pattern in this series will feature a Canadian city and it's provincial flag. Here is a sample of the next two cities in the series. See if you can guess where they are.


Ted Duquette

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