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Alan

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Made using Oak and Ash - had to use wood stains for the ball and dark part of the body as I didn't have any suitable wood for those parts - I think it turned out OK
Pattern by Kathy Wise from her book "Intarsia for beginners"
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GREAT! I have that same book and did the gold fish! My skills on the Scroll saw are....being developed...LOL. I want to do more of this type of work, thanks for posting Alan.
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That came out really well. I have been wanting to do Intarsia but have not gotten my feet wet. Maybe one of these days...LOL
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Very nicely done and I could repeat Ed's post. Alan I'd like to ask what method do you use for sanding the pieces? Thanks--
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Very nicely done and I could repeat Ed's post. Alan I'd like to ask what method do you use for sanding the pieces? Thanks--


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I use a pheumatic sander attachment on a drill press, disc sander, a dremel sander and just sand paper and block. I then use a flap sander which gives it nice smooth finish.
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well done, I am half way through doing a rabbit, been at it  a while though must get back to it
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