Filigree Crosses

I was privileged enough to cut this set of filigree crosses for Keith over at Sheila Landry Designs. These were fun to cut! I made them from curly maple (for the overlays) and walnut (for the backers). They are about 13” tall. Each one took around two hours to make, and I was able to stack cut the overlays with some baltic birch ply that I will use for an upcoming show. I hope you like these!

Woods: walnut maple baltic birch plywood

Tools: scroll saw scrollsaw

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Celticscroller ...

Great patterns beautifully scrolled Leldon. Well done.

Woody34 ...

Nice work — looks great — I am ready to get my scroll so I can give projects like this a try – very nice work and detail

a1jim ...

Who wouldn’t like them,great job.