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Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
Fretwork presentation
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  • 1. Yenibosna Primary School “ Plywood, Scrollwork/Fretwork and Wood Painting” Hand Craft Productions by Using Wood January, 2011 Istanbul - TURKEY
  • 2. Required Materials:
    • Plywood,
    • Designs and Figures,
    • Carbon Paper,
    • Fret saw,
    • Pencil,
    • Wood paints,
    • Paint Brush
    • Strong Glue
    • Emery Paper
  • 3. STEP 1 - Putting The Carbon Paper and Figure/Design on Plywood
    • To make it, first of all, you should take the plywood and put carbon paper on it, but you need to be carefull about that the carbon paper shouldn’t movie while you are drawing the figure or design on plywood, so you can use a friction tape to solve this problem… (As you seen on the photo…)
  • 4. As you seen on photo, you should put the figure /design on carbon paper by using a friction tape to keep stable the paper, before drawing the figure on plywood…You can draw geometrical shapes, flowers, asymmetrical shapes or what you want to draw…
  • 5. STEP 2 – Drawing The Figure/Design on The Plywood And then, you should follow the figure’s line to transfer same apperience on plywood by using carbon paper and pencil…Just take a view that photo …!
  • 6. You can draw what you want to draw on plywood… it depends on your creativity  The figure which below is for a napkin holder…As you seen, the same figure has transferred on plywood, so it s ready to be cut by fret saw…!
  • 7. STEP 3 – Cutting the Plywood by Using Fretsaw To cut the plywood firstly, you should put the blade of it tightly…
  • 8. And then, you can begin to cut the plywood by following the line’s of design… However, you should be carefull while you are cutting it, because it is so thin and you can break it easily..!
  • 9. STEP 4 – Sanding The Cutted Design
  • 10. STEP 5 – Painting The Sanded Design by Using Wood Paints
  • 11. As you seen, after sanding and painting process, the plywood design’s result apperience is really elegant style…
  • 12. STEP 6 – Glueing / Pasting The Design Together Now you can put some napkin in it…And your napkin holder is ready and waits you to use it 
  • 13. Other designs, figures or materials…
  • 14. A rocking chair and table figures…
  • 15.  
  • 16. Another Napkin Holder Design Accessories Box Design Bread Box Designs 1 Bread Box Design 2
  • 17. You can put a mirror middle part of the design(Mirror Frame Design) Newspaper Rack Design Puncishion Design
  • 18. Horse - Drawn Vehicle Design Keyholder Design Candlestick Design
  • 19. What is the link between fretworks with our comenius project???
    • These all fretworks are to teach and to control our pupil’s “eye-hand coordinations” and “to impress their insight materials ” …. The idea that the link of fretworks and our project them is; if the pupils can learn the people who use what kind of wood materials in their daily life and if we teach wood cutting techniques at their education process to pupils, by this way they can use these techniques at their working life…If they produce these wood productions which are table napkin, bread box, candlestick, key holder etc…they can sell them who wants to buy…They can sell these wood productions and earn money, money and money 
    • THE END!!!

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