Beginner/Intermediate Level 5" x 14" Golden Eagle 16 pieces, Red-tailed Hawk 82 pieces
“Birds of a Feather” are tail feathers from a variety of birds, this set is birds of prey. The patterns are printed on 12” x 18” paper.
Wood Used I used some 1/2” thick barn-wood for the background. 5/8" thick aspen for the white, Peruvian walnut for the dark, and WRC(western red cedar)for the medium wood. You could stack cut the medium and dark parts on the Red-tailed hawk.
The lettering is fretwork (cut out like a stencil). I applied the pattern to the back of the barn-wood because the surface was so uneven. I used the Wonder Wheel to add a light texture to each feather. I glued each feather to a backing, then screwed from the back of the barn-wood. There are more instructions on the pattern.
Blades Used Gold #5 for Western Red Cedar or any softwood. Platinum Plus #5, Pegas #3 or 5, Titanium #5, Titanium #5R, Platinum #5, TLB #5 for the hardwoods. PLP #2/0, or TLB #2/0 to cut the interior lines (after the exterior lines are cut).
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