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.
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Designer Phyllis Findley brings us this interpretation of that classic and vital piece of engineering that you find sprinkled everywhere across our landscape.
As a little extra, you might want to consider adding a fit-up clock movement to the center of the wheel, giving you an interesting timepiece.
There are 55 pieces.
Fred Martin is a well-known intarsian whose wife Helen produces their designs.
They call this guy “Oldswabby” – a local nickname for seafarers, I’m told.
There are 27 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.