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Christine & Wayne Prinn’s evocative design has become one of our all-time most popular intarsia patterns.
While it should provide a challenge for your cutting skills, the nature of the artwork leaves room for your own interpretation.
There are 61 pieces.
Another great caricature from Newton R. Ferguson – you can almost smell the chewing tobacco!
He’s also a great example of contour sanding. There isn’t a single shim or riser in the entire piece.
There are 31 pieces.
We’re not quite sure how to describe this intarsia pattern from Phyllis Findley. It makes us smile though!
There are 24 pieces.
Newton R. Ferguson yet again brings us an intarsia pattern of gentle charm and humor.
You’ll need patience and skill to complete it to an equally high standard – but the effort will be worth it.
There are 58 pieces.
Tuff Hombre is an amusing and challenging intarsia plan from Newton R Ferguson.
He will certainly test your cutting skills and – as you can see – requires extensive contouring to make him look his best.
There are 80 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.
Another tremendously amusing intarsia plan from the shop of Newton R Ferguson.
It should appeal to all intarsians, from beginner to expert.
There are 33 pieces.
Another very charming and cheerful intarsia pattern from the shop of Newton R Ferguson.
These kind of plans offer you several options: you can change hair and clothing color to suit your own wood stocks.
There’s a certain jazz style to the make up of this piece by Christina and Wayne Prinn – and not just in the subject.
This intarsia pattern will provide a challenge to woodworkers of intermediate and expert level.
There are 85 pieces.
A marvelous piece from the shop of Judy & Larry Vierstra.
It’s based on their daughter, who also helped with drawing up the design.
There are 128 pieces.
This wonderful piece is the work of Newton R. Ferguson, who points out that you can change hair color, hat, bow, dress, flowers, etc. to suit your own taste or your current wood supply.
There are 72 pieces.
A powerful piece from the shop of Judy & Larry Vierstra.
The original was designed as part of a store sign for Gladiator Games in San Antonio, Texas.
There are 61 pieces.
Another amusing and skillfully designed piece from Newton R. Ferguson.
Amazing what can be created with a few pieces of wood, isn’t it.
There are 65 pieces.
A wonderful piece from Newton R. Ferguson full of warmth and character.
For those intarsians who sell their work the finished picture also has considerable ‘customer’ appeal.
There are 88 pieces.
Fred and Helen Martin bring us this beautiful and evocative piece.
Although complex there is no really difficult cutting, making it ideal for those looking to move on from beginners plans. Patience is the key!
There are 75 pieces.