Woodcraft Patterns Carbon Transfer Paper (24″ x 48″ sheets) – The Winfield Collection

$10.99 (as of September 15, 2019, 5:47 pm)

Transfer Paper required to transfer lines onto you wood
4 Sheets – Black – 24″ x 48″

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“Very good book for the beginning pyrographer. Si explains woodburners, use of nibs, safety, unique projects, and so much more. If you are a beginning woodburner I suggest you buy this book. Very well written and instructional.” – Anne

“This book is well done and easy to understand. Many nice pictures. Am learning to woodburn on gourds and this helping a lot. Am just a beginner so every idea is great for me. Breaks down the machine and tips and provides step-by-step projects. A lot of simple patterns to use. Nice to keep around and refer to as you burn!” – Marlene

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Wood transfer paper is used to transfer patterns onto woodcraft. Using Winfield special formula makes tracing and transferring designs easy! This graphite paper leaves lines that are easy to see and smudge resistant. Have a large sized wood project? Don’t worry, these sheets are meant for both small and large projects. There are four sheets in this package, each one being 24 inches by 48 inches. Winfield specially designed this formula to be easy to use and to not wear off once you begin woodworking. When putting your heart and soul into a a wood project, make sure you use the best materials available. Make sure you use Winfield.
Transfer Paper required to transfer lines onto you wood
4 Sheets – Black – 24″ x 48″

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