intarsia: 1) a mosaic of wood fitted and glued into a wooden support popular in 15th century Italy for decoration 2) Judy Gale Roberts

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Check out our newest Intarsia patterns. Designed from scratch after researching the subject and revising the design. Judy makes each Intarsia piece to confirm the pattern works.

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  • Sale! I-195-Cow-came-home

    Cow came Home

    Jersey Cow looking in a curtained window.
    Intermediate Level Intarsia Pattern.
    19½” x15½”     82 pieces

    $9.95 $5.95 Add to cart
  • Sale! Glue-Gun

    Hot Glue Gun

    This item is being discontinued. Suggested Retail is around $50 and UP. Only 4 in stock, Get Yours! While supplies last!

    Heats to 400 degrees and has a whopping 225 watts of power.

    $42.95 $29.95 Read More
  • I-194-Who's-There

    Who’s There?

    Barn Owl.
    Intermediate Intarsia Level Pattern.
    17” x 7½”   47 pieces

    $9.95 Add to cart
  • I- 330 George & Alice

    George & Alice

    George & Alice.
    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    21 1/2” x 15” – 48 pieces

    $9.95 Add to cart
  • I-331 Rainbow Trout

    Rainbow Trout

    Rainbow Trout “Gone Fishing” sign
    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    21″ x 10 3/4″  47 total pieces.

    $9.95 Add to cart
  • I-332 Dolphin Duo

    Dolphin Duo

    Dolphins Duo.
    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    22″ x 9 1/2″  19 pieces

    $9.95 Add to cart
  • I-333 Wren


    Wren sitting on a teacup

    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    9 1/2″ x 6 1/2″  25 pieces.  

    $5.95 Add to cart
  • I-335 Chickadee



    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    6 3/4 ” x 7 1/2″  23 pieces.

    $5.95 Add to cart
  • I-334 Humming Bird

    Humming Bird

    Humming Bird

    Beginner/Intermediate level Intarsia Pattern.

    7 3/4″ x 7 1/2″  29 pieces.

    $5.95 Add to cart

Intarsia Tips & Tricks

Some help and how-to posts to help you out. Good for beginners, intermediates and advanced level Intarsia students.

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  • Experimenting with Different Finishes

    If you would like to share your experiences with finishing for others to see. Leave a comment. I picked up a can of General Finishes “High Performance Polyurethane Water Based Top Coat”  Satin sheen. I experimented with it on the aspen for the puffins. It did require sanding between coats which is a pain. However, it [...]

  • What’s New

    While doing a show in Iowa last year we met Bud & Brad Langhoff from “Langhoff’s Fine Wood”. Having his own sawmill, he has a huge variety of lumber. The boards pictured below are just a few that I purchased. They’re contemplating shipping wood, their phone is 319-377-2053. If you would like to take a trip to Marion Iowa, I’ve heard [...]

  • Using Sanding Shims

    My father and I didn’t start out using sanding shims when we created large intarsia projects for commercial installations. We would sand one piece, put it back in place and mark where it joined the next part. Then try to sand the next part down to the line as close as possible. It was years [...]