Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern

Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern

In the picture above you can see a free pattern named the vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern. Its name is derived from the fact that pattern is suitable for scroll saw decorating technique. The pattern was found in an old book (Details of Elizabethan architecture, Author: Henry Shaw, Published 1839), in a picture that was part of a rectangular panel. We have drawn it exactly the same as in the original picture; if you take a look at the pattern, you will see that it consists of one small segment only. The whole pattern has been obtained by copying that segment. Based on this, it can be easily concluded that, by copying this small segment, a pattern of any size can be created, thus we could freely call it a repeating scroll saw pattern. Since the above book dealt with Elizabethan architecture, we assume that the pattern too belongs to the period of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, so it may be concluded that it is more than 500 years old.


Available file formats: 2D CAD (DWG) and vector (EPS, and SVG)

 

Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern is under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported.


Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern - dwg file (105.54 Kb)

Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern - eps file (199.59 Kb)

Vectorized furniture scroll saw pattern - svg file (168.68 Kb)