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.
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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.
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 piece is from the shop of Phyllis Findley – a lady who loves her dogwoods. Despite the apparent complexity of this piece, clever cutting and shaping greatly reduces the number of parts you need to make.
There are 32 pieces.