Showing 16–28 of 28 results
This intarsia plan, from Christina and Wayne Prinn, reminds me of early American frontier or folk art – relatively simple yet a stylish and accurate image of the creature.
There are 36 pieces.
This charming intarsia pattern comes from the shop of Louise Hood. We think you’ll agree she has perfectly captured this dog’s big, friendly character.
There are 36 pieces.
In this intarsia plan, designers Christina and Wayne have captured the grace and power of this magnificent creature.
By incorporating many curves they’ve managed to give great representation of the feeling of the thick fur coat.
There are 29 pieces.
From the shop of Judy and Larry Vierstra comes this ideal beginners intarsia pattern.
It’s not just for those new to the art though. The power and movement captured make it appealing to intarsians of all levels.
There are 17 pieces.
Barbara Rhoades brings us this delightful intarsia plan.
It’s an ideal pattern for beginners and yet we think has a certain something that appeals to intarsians of all skill levels.
There are 16 pieces.
Fred and Helen Martin bring us this lovely intaria pattern featuring the original “Horse Power”.
The plan offers you a great variety in choice of timber. Your horse could be a chesnut, roan, bay, whatever you like!
There are 53 pieces.
Another terrific example of intarsia pattern humor from Newton R. Ferguson.
Instructions for the paper effect are included along with an alternative “bone” for those who prefer it.
There are 31 pieces.
This intarsia pattern from Newton R. Ferguson makes us smile every time we see it.
Relatively simple to cut, the beauty is in the contour sanding.
There are 30 pieces.
This ladybug (or ladybird) intarsia pattern doesn’t have a lot of parts, but some of the cutting – the legs and antennae – is quite tricky.
So are you up for a challenge?
There are 27 pieces.
Another great intarsia plan from Newton R Ferguson – who strongly denies that this cheerful piece was inspired by the fruit in his own back yard!
There are 26 pieces.
Fred & Helen Martin – who seem to have an affinity with the sea – bring us this lovely interpretation of one of the leviathans of the deep and her calf.
There are 38 pieces.
Another great plan from Newton R. Ferguson which provides a challenge in the making and the option to personalise the finished piece.
Because of the complexity, a selection of detailed photos are included.
There are 82 pieces.
Janette Square has been hard at work in her shop to bring us another in her series of charming feline friends. This one will appeal to intarsians of all skill levels and is an ideal plan for those new to the art.
The are 33 pieces.