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Toy Saw Pattern and Instructions

Even a kids toolbox is not complete without a good saw.  For filling out that toddler toolbox you can download our pattern and cut one on yourself.

This toy saw can be made from a scrap of 1/4″ plywood or any other 1/4″ thick material you choose.  It consists of three pieces easily cut on a scroll saw.  Click here or on the picture below to downoad a free pdf of the pattern with instructions and then you can follow along with the pictures below to see how I made mine.

Pattern For Toy Saw

Pattern For Toy Saw

You can see in the picture below I cut the three parts of the saw from an 8″ X 10″ piece of scrap 1/4″ plywood.

Toy Saw Pieces Cut Using Template

Toy Saw Pieces Cut Using Template

I then glued and clamped the boards together.  I used Gorilla Wood glue, but any polyurethane wood glue should work fine.  Make sure to remember to use a piece of scrap material under the clamps as to not dent the wood.

Toy Saw Clamped

Toy Saw Clamped



Finally I hand sanded the saw to 220 grit.  You can finish the saw with the child safe finish of your choice or you can leave the toy unfinished.

Toy Saw

Toy Saw

Thanks for viewing this project.  Please leave any questions, problems and comments you have below.

Toy saw in use

Toy saw in use

Comments

2 Comments on "Toy Saw Pattern and Instructions"

  1. fireplace design on Wed, 24th Feb 2010 11:41 am 

    nice gadgets its really help me to put fireplace design on my walls

    thanks buddy

  2. justdoodleit on Thu, 8th Jul 2010 10:32 am 

    Cutting edge cuteness 🙂

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