Woodworking - Jigsaw
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When making jigsaw cuts, cut on the WRONG side of the wood. Most jigsaw blades cut on the upstroke, meaning that the blade cuts as it pulls up from the bottom. This leaves the underneath side of the wood with a neater looking cut. So, when cutting, flip your wood over and draw your pencil line on the wrong side of the wood and cut from there where possible.
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How to make plywood cut-outs: Draw w pencil, go over it with marker. Cut w jigsaw. Whitewash and marker still shows through so go over that with another marker in desired color such as a gold one. Paint in other details. brooklynlimestone.com