I originally made these crosses to give away to friends, family, and customers, and ever since that first batch, they’ve been a surprisingly popular item. These little crosses are super simple to make with a table saw, a jig, and a scroll saw. Making pocket crosses is a great way to transform scrap wood into meaningful wooden art.
These plans will teach you how to build a table saw jig and two variations of pocket crosses. These step-by-step instructions that will guide you through the process from the first move to the final touch.
EXPERIENCE LEVEL: BEGINNER
TIME INVESTMENT: LESS THAN 1 HOUR
Making pocket crosses is easy—you only need a few tools and entry-level skills to make them. These plans will give you clear direction so you can make them safely, with little hassle, and beautiful results!
These Comprehensive Plans Include:
- Tool & Supply List
- How to find and choose the best wood
- Detailed drawings
- Cut lists
- Video footage
- Step-by-step instructions to guide you through the entire project
Get these plans to create beautiful wooden crosses for you to cherish, to sell, or to give them away—They are wonderful handmade gifts!
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