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by Kathy Lindsey
(Coquille, Oregon)

Hardwood dragon

Hardwood dragon

Intarsia is the process of using different kinds of woods to create a picture. Each piece is individually cut and sanded. A picture can have as many as 1000 individual pieces in it.

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Sep 10, 2008
Learning Intarsia
by: Kathy

I taught myself to do Intarsia. Be careful it is addicting. You may never see your husband again if he gets hooked on this craft.
I would suggest that you check out this web site
It is a great site and there are so many crafters ther willing to share what they know with new people. Check it out.

Sep 07, 2008
by: Marianna

Your project is stunning!

How did you learn to do intarsia? My husband is very interested but doesn't quite know where to start. Obviously, you are quite talented as an intarsia artist. Do you have any advice?

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