How do i download the template?
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Wondering how to make a wooden reindeer so you can give them out as gifts or decorate your mantle? It’s easy! Grab a 2×4, trace the wooden reindeer pattern we provide and get started making reindeer. A warning; when people see these reindeer they’re going to love them, so be ready to make an entire herd.
Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Here’s what you need to do to get going on this woodworking project. First, print out our wooden reindeer pattern. It’s full size, so don’t do any enlarging or reducing of the pattern. If you’re going to make a lot of reindeer, transfer the pattern to a wooden template so it can tolerate lots of tracing. Set up a 3/16”, 10 TPI blade in the bandsaw. Trace the pattern onto a 2×4, make one cut, tape the parts back together, and make the second cut. A little sanding, and your reindeer is ready.
The reindeer is made using compound cuts on the bandsaw. Compound cutting is a great way to produce three dimensional items, and the bandsaw is the perfect tool for this. The bandsaw is a very versatile tool, so be sure to check out all the great articles and instructional videos on how to use a bandsaw that WoodWorkers Guild of America provides.
Have fun making this great project!
How do i download the template?
The link to the pattern is in the description …..print out our wooden reindeer pattern….. Click on the words “our wooden reindeer pattern.”
Where’s the free pattern?
Here’s what you need to do to get going on this woodworking project. First, print out our wooden reindeer pattern (https://d2culxnxbccemt.cloudfront.net/wwgoa/content/uploads/wwgoa/2015/12/02115814/WWGOA-Reindeer-project.pdf). It’s full size, so don’t do any enlarging or reducing of the pattern. If you’re going to make a lot of reindeer, transfer the pattern to a wooden template so it can tolerate lots of tracing. Set up a 3/16”, 10 TPI blade in the bandsaw. Trace the pattern onto a 2×4, make one cut, tape the parts back together, and make the second cut. A little sanding, and your reindeer is ready.
could not get the video to work, but did download pattern ! what do i need to do ?
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Great, printed out full size no problems. I made mine with a piece of Yew. Video fine on iPad and Windows PC. Many thanks.
Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for If one were to make the second cut FIRST, then trace the reindeer on the back of the piece and cut, this would eliminate having to tape the pieces together. RGK
I saw where George was encouraging us to submit our wooden reindeer.
But I can’t remember where to. I’ve made a whole herd of various sizes for gifts later.
Thanks for the note! The contest related to this has ended, but please post your pic to our FaceBook page anyway so we and the rest of the community can see your work:
Will 1/4″ blade work?
Yep, that shouldn’t be a problem. Cleaning out the area between the antlers and between the legs might be a little bit tricky, but really not bad at all. I would suggest making some relief cuts under in this area to prevent the blade from binding.
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wonder if i can make this with a jig saw
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