Bigfoot Woodcraft Pattern

Item #W1707

Reported Bigfoot sightings are about to increase drastically in your area!

Watch the fun when you display this huge eye-catching, life-size might just see your creation on the evening news!!

This is an extremely easy project to make from only plywood, black paint and our full-size, traceable pattern. A handheld jigsaw is the only power tool needed. (93" tall)

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Jun 29, 2014  |  By Brad Pritts
Thanks for your pattern; only took me 6 hrs to do. Everyone likes it. Need to find baby big foot.

So much fun
Oct 1, 2014  |  By Shane Wright
Love this project! We have so many plans of where to put him first. One thing I did differently than the instructions was instead of cutting out the arm and leg, I left them in the paper and just cut a straight cut at the dotted line and then lined them up on the sheet. Took me about an hour to trace out and then 3-1/2 hours to cut. I used my rotozip tool with the router base to cut it out after a quick try with the jigsaw, much faster and not as much back tracking.

big hit at the fundraiser
Oct 23, 2014  |  By Cynthia
This pattern is great. It was so easy to lay it out and cut with a jigsaw. I got a taxidermy elk eyeball and siliconed it on. Each time I entered the workshop it startled me, it is very lifelike. We donated this to a ski hill fundraiser auction and it sold for 750.00 which blew us away! This year we are going to try the 6' gun as a donation. I don't think anything could top the Sasquatch!

Apr 24, 2015  |  By Pat
Another great one from Winfield! Was a lot of work to cut out, but worth it after seeing everyone's reaction. I know how big a sheet of plywood is, but when you get this thing cutout, he looks so BIG!!! Was the talk of the neighborhood.

Great Pattern, but look closely at instructions
Jul 30, 2019  |  By Bill Crow
Great pattern, BUT make sure to turn the pattern almost diagonal with the foot straight across the bottom. Then test the cut out arm and leg/foot. I had to redraw mine 2 times. The way the instructions look, you can lay it down and it fits. So make sure to get the feet straight across the bottom.