This paper describes a mechanism design methodology that draws plane curves which have finite Fourier series parameterizations, known as trigonometric curves. We present three ways to use the coefficients of this parameterization to construct a mechanical system that draws the curve. One uses Scotch yoke mechanisms for each of the terms in the coordinate trigonometric functions, which are then added using a belt or cable drive. The second approach uses two-coupled serial chains obtained from the coordinate trigonometric functions. The third approach combines the coordinate trigonometric functions to define a single-coupled serial chain that draws the plane curve. This work is a version of Kempe's universality theorem that demonstrates that every plane trigonometric curve has a linkage which draws the curve. Several examples illustrate the method including the use of boundary points and the discrete Fourier transform to define the trigonometric curve.