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I am looking for a place to purchase intarsia patterns, did a search on the net for them, found a couple places that look good but really don't have what I am looking for. Looking for western and wildlife patterns mainly, any suggestions?
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I did a quick Google for "intarsia patterns"...

There were several... here's one...

http://www.intarsia.com/

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Hi buckshot

http://www.intarsia.com/


I have many of the patterns from intarsia.com and they are great, full size and made to last for more than one time..
But do take my masters out and get them copied on light paper and then stick them on the blank stock..works great that way..

I also stack the wood so I make more than one at a time with the diff. woods showing...

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Thanks for the responses!
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You'er Welcome buckshot

for my small part,,, Pls. post some snapshots of the ones you have made or after you make some.

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Hello Buckshot!

You helped me remember the word I was searching for in another post- INTARSIA!!

I'm not sure how intarsia patterns "look" exactly - but I've had a few intarsia artists tell me that they enjoy stained glass patterns for their creations. There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of "Free Stained Glass" patterns all over the internet which might help you with a design, or be a perfect fit for what you're looking for. I can think of at least three top glass designers with a fantastic eye for line and shape- but it would depend on the animal you were looking for.

A particular stained glass pattern resource to check out for wildlife designs:
Carolyn Kyle (Individual Patterns, as those would be full sized)
and any wildlife book by Terra Parma. (She's got a phenominal bengal tiger pattern that I have seen at an art show made entirely in Intarsia. )

Don't know if that would be helpful, but I hope that might open some options for you!
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Another source for very inexpensive patterns for yard art, furniture, kids toys and Intarsia is to visit here: http://www.thewinfieldcollection.com/

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Try this web site. http://www.intarsia.com./

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