+II-22 Astronaut & Flag



Apollo 11 was the spaceflight that landed the first two people on the Moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin, both American, landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle on July 20, 1969, at 20:17

Click for ABC News Video about the pieceThis piece was commissioned by Nasa, it's on permanent display at the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida • Click for photos creating this piece

NEW Ordering Option  "Get a Set"  Eight of the Same Pattern  - No need to have copies made!

Astronaut & Flag • Advance Level Inside Frame 23 1/2" wide x  30 1/2" high - 620 Pieces
II-22 Astronaut & Flag $24.95
One pattern printed on high quality transparent vellum, large photos, and instructions.
II-22S Astronaut & Flag Set of 8 $49.95 
Eight of the same pattern, no need to have copies made. Eight patterns are printed on high quality transparent vellum, large photos, and instructions.

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Intarsia Eagle Banner Judy Gale Roberts

Eagle & Banner • Advance Level  
32" wide x 20" high - 186 Pieces
II-23 Eagle & Banner $14.95
One pattern printed on high quality transparent vellum (with instructions on pattern) and a color photo.
II-23S Eagle & Banner Set of 8 $39.95 
Eight of the same pattern, no need to have copies made. Eight patterns are printed on high quality transparent vellum (with instructions on pattern) and a color photo. A "freeform" eagle holding the banner (you can personalize the banner)

II-24 Lunar Module


 Lunar Module  Advance Level   Inside Frame 25" W. x "23 1/2 H.  448 Pieces (some pieces are so small they aren't numbered).

II-24 Lunar Module $19.95
One pattern printed on high quality transparent vellum (with instructions on pattern) and a color photo.
II-24S Lunar Module Set of 8 $45.95 
Eight of the same pattern, no need to have copies made. Eight patterns are printed on high quality transparent vellum (with instructions pattern) and a color photo.

*Blue Pine Blue dye used to enhance the color of the flag.
*Moon Wood  While Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex sustained minimal damage during Hurricane Irma they did suffer one important loss. Their Moon Tree, which grew from a sycamore seed that traveled to lunar orbit during the Apollo 14 mission in 1971”.Intarsia Apollo Anniversary Judy Gale Roberts

Suggested Blades:  

I use #3 and #5 for most scroll sawing. This project contained many varieties of wood, we had all the blades out! 
Gold #5 for Western Red Cedar or any softwood. 
Platinum Plus #5 & 3's Platinum #5  & 3's  Titanium #5R, for the hardwoods.   
PLP-2/0, or TLB #2/0 to cut the interior lines of parts that go back together (after the exterior lines are cut).
The chart on the right is very helpful, after some experimenting we found #3 blades worked better than a #7 as far as keeping parts square.
Just remember, don't push and change blades often!

Intarsia pattern designed by Judy Roberts. See why our patterns are the best!

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