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This charming intarsia pattern was designed by Louise Hood.
It's yet another example of how you can produce a beautiful representation with relatively few parts.
There are 27 pieces.
Phyllis Findley designed this clever plan – a perfect example of how good intarsia doesn’t have to be complex.
It is suitable for artists of all levels, but particularly beginners.
There are 13 pieces.
In this intarsia plan Louise Hood shows how she is able to perfectly capture the spirit and character of the birds she portrays.
It’s a little more complex than her usual designs, but well worth the effort.
There are 64 pieces.
Louise Hood brings us another excellent intarsia pattern.
Apparently the bird itself caused quite a stir when seen in Arkansas a while back – people thought it had been extinct for 60 years!
There are 32 pieces.
Our master of all things feathered, Louise Hood, brings us yet another lovely intarsia plan – this time representing the state bird of Maryland.
There are 34 pieces
Believe it or not, this was the first intarsia pattern Louise Hood ever designed.
Clearly, she’s very talented, but with care this plan could be created by somebody relatively new to intarsia.
There are 26 pieces.
This super intarsia pattern from Judy & Larry Vierstra would make a great gift for expecting parents!
Or it could be made without the “bundle” if you wanted.
There are 17 pieces.
The skills of designer Louise Hood are again obvious in this intarsia pattern.
She’s done a terrific job of capturing one of America’s feathered favorites.
There are 35 pieces.
Regular visitors will recognize the hand of Newton R Ferguson in this amusing intarsia pattern.
With it’s mix of cutting, contouring and creases it’s great for beginners who want to practice all-round skills.
There are 26 pieces.
These spectacular speed merchants hunt the cliffs near us.
Louise Hood has captured their swift grace perfectly in this intarsia pattern.
There are 45 pieces.
Louise Hood has a deservedly high reputation for her avian intarsia patterns, and looking at this one you can see why.
There are 28 pieces.
Designer Louise Hood once again shows her avian expertise with this excellent intarsia pattern.
We don’t get Grosbeaks here (in the UK) so I had to look it up. Guess what – looks pretty much like this!
There are 40 pieces.
This is another fine example of how a combination of woods can give a surprisingly accurate rendition of nature.
You’ll probably recognize the hand of designer Louise Hood who has a growing reputation as something of an avian expert.
There are 42 pieces.
Another terrific intarsia pattern by our ornothological expert Louise Hood.
Louise is at pains to point out she doesn’t just do birds – but when they’re as good as this, we say the more the merrier!
There are 30 pieces.
A quite stunning intarsia pattern from Fred & Helen Martin.
It is made without a backing and so requires a great deal of accuracy. For that reason we suggest this plan would suit the more experienced intarsian.
There are 90 pieces.