Freestyle Puzzle Cutting

In this video, Carter Johnson demonstrates how to cut a free-form puzzle with his scroll saw.  He doesn’t use a puzzle pattern, rather he cuts them freehand and uses color lines to guide the shape.  The result is an interesting and difficult jigsaw puzzle.  He gives tips for creating your own freehand jigsaw puzzles.

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2 Responses to “Freestyle Puzzle Cutting”

  1. Reziey on July 19th, 2015 8:12 am

    Well, I did make my Sudoku creation asnstsait capable of accepting much harder puzzles back when I wrote my Hard-as-Nails Sudoku book (which I see will be out in the US too next year!). But I suspect this one is tricky just because so many numbers are in the centre, making the other regions initially very empty.

  2. I can’t believe I’ve been going for years without knowing that.

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