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  • Red Headed Woodpecker

    $6.45

    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.

  • Dogwoods

    $5.95

    I must admit to a certain bias here. We’ve got dogwoods in our garden and I’m particularly fond of them.

    This super interpretation, with perhaps a touch of an oriental feel, is brought to us by Phyllis Findlay.

    There are 26 pieces.

  • Leaping Trout

    $4.95

    Fred and Helen Martin’s interpretation of a classic intarsia pattern popular with beginners was featured in Canada’s Creative Woodworks & Crafts Magazine.

    There are 18 pieces.

  • Art Deco Owl

    $4.95

    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.

  • Evening Grosbeak

    $6.45

    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.

  • Hey! Lunchtime

    $6.45

    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.

  • Penguin

    $4.95

    An attractive yet simple intarsia pattern.

    With easy cutting and minimal shaping, it’s an ideal learning piece for the beginner.

    There are 11 pieces.

  • Peeking Frog

    $6.45

    This charming intarsia plan is from the shop of Janette Square who is well known for her very popular feline pieces. Seems she’s not just a cat lover!

    I wonder how it would look if you added a clock to the leaf area…?

    There are 24 pieces.

  • Blue Shark

    $4.95

    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.

  • Love Bear

    $4.95

    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.

  • Sid the Seagull

    $4.95

    An ideal beginner’s piece from Newton R. Ferguson, although we think it’s got that certain something that will appeal to intarsians of all levels.

    There are 13 pieces.

  • Back To School

    $4.95

    It’s all very different now, but I bet I’m not the only one who this stirs memories for!

    A charming piece from Newton R Ferguson, ideal for the beginner. It requires a number of different skills – including wire bending!

    There are 17 pieces.

  • Butterfly on Dogwood

    $4.95

    This charming piece comes from the shop of Phyllis Findley.

    It has broad appeal and would definitely suit beginners who want to practice cutting curves.

    There are 23 pieces.

  • Happy Tooth

    $4.95

    A lovely, humorous piece from the shop of Newton R Ferguson. A great example of how shaping and contouring turns relatively simple intarsia into something special.

    There are 16 pieces.

  • Sundae

    $4.95

    I thought I’d seen intarsia used to represent just about everything… then Newton R Ferguson brings us ice cream!

    We think it makes a great companion to his other piece “Happy Tooth!”

    There are 16 pieces.

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