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Old 01-09-2007, 10:10 PM
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hey i thought i would post this and on this thread everybody would post chip carving patterns.
remember im young and im on a budget so if you could post free ones that would b great

ps i just signed up 4 wood carver illustrated in september and i still havent recieved a carving book
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Default Re: chip carving patterns

I'd visit www.carvingpatterns.com

Lora S. Irish has posted a few free patterns there. But all you need to make your own patterns is a pencil, a straight edge, a compass, and some graph paper (and if you do a google search, you can even find places where people have made PDFs of graph paper you can just print out)...

Can't get any cheaper than that!

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Wadded,

I would suggest spending a couple of dollars, and buy Wayne Barton's "Chip Carving Techiques and Patterns". There are a bunch of patterns, and instruction on drawing your own borders, rosettes, etc. This book is only 12.95 at chipcarving.com.

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Dennis Moor's new book, Chip Carver's Workbook is another good buy...

http://www.foxchapelpublishing.com/p...ls.cfm?PC=1607

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Old 01-10-2007, 07:33 PM
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yeah those are all great ideas but i am not very creative i have a carving book by richard butz and it has some patterns in it but i want some more chip carving patterns.
(by the way i will put those pics of those pages up as soon a i can get my scanner to work)

all of u that look at this actually post instead of looking. i actually post on most threads i look at
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Default Re: chip carving patterns

I have not yet got to start with chip carving so this is just a suggestion. I came across some images on the web of traditional stained glass. Could they be used, if not only to get ideas from?
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Look at mychipcarving.com, there is a lot of free stuff, patterns included.

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Default Re: chip carving patterns

Like Russl said My Chip Carving is an excellent site, it has helped me very much. If you sign up for the newsletter, they send you free videos, plus lots of great info.

Another great website - Woodcarving Patterns, Classic Carving Patterns Online, Wood Carving Designs & Patterns Online

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Default Re: chip carving patterns

WCI has posted several chip carving patterns in the past-- if u are just starting out-- carve any pattern you can find-- it will help you develope your skills until u get to the point you are sure what you would like to carve and have a source of patterns of that type--
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Here are some good patterns :Quilt Patterns Inspire Chip-carved Coasters - Woodcarving Illustrated - Issue 44 Fall 2008

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