As a service to readers of our Zinio digital edition, we're providing full-size patterns from WOOD #224 (March 2014) that will print on 8-1/2 x 11\" paper. The patterns are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Reader to view and print. (Download Adobe Reader for free at ) Click below to download the pattern pack.
Synopsis: This frame has all the hallmarks of the Greene-and-Greene style that inspired it: rounded edges, stepped sides, square pegs, and cloud-lift patterns. But it also has some modern touches, such as the carving around the edges of the cloud lifts, and the choice of cherry as the wood instead of mahogany. The frame is held together with sturdy mortise-and-tenon joinery, while the framed materials sit inside a rabbet. By leaving the pieces square while cutting the joints, construction is simplified. The curves, carving, and pegs come later. In addition to step-by-step instructions on making this frame, this article also has an ingenious method for making pillowed pegs that can be used on any project.
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