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Old 04-07-2007, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default Lucille Crabtree patterns

I just posted a picture of an Otter. The pattern was by Lucille Crabtree and was purchased through a general scroll saw pattern catalog. A web page address was given for her, but it seems to be no longer working. I wanted to comment to her on the pattern. One section contained an 'exploded' page of all the individual pieces which was very helpful. The pieces were numbered to match the pieces in the whole pattern. Also, the lines of each piece were extended about 1/8 inch or more beyond the stopping point which made it very helpful as an entry point for the blade. There were also little arrows at particular points along the lines to help see the line while cutting. I found all of these little things very helpful (for an old guy) when cutting and planning. The 'exploded' piece page saved making several (8 or more) copies of the whole pattern and then cutting them out if you get the drift. If Lucille is still around perhaps she will read this and receive my thanks. (The pattern catalog does not list the artist who draw the patterns; you just pick by what looks good and hope for the best!)
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Hi Jim,
I was lucky enough to meet Lucielle Crabtree at one of my shows last year. She was with her daughter out on the coast. She is a very nice person and we had a wonderful chat. I will see if I can track down her contact information for you.
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Thanks, Janette.
I think she has one or more books of patterns, but no contact info to be found.
(ps, I will be starting on your peeking frog pattern next week probably)
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Here is a piece I did from her book"Intarsia" The strange story of this piece is that I trashed it and a neighbor lady came and saw it and made me finish it.



The yellow ruler is a foot long to show the size. As ones who have done intarsia, you can see why I threw it away. But she was happy.
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Personally, I think you've got a smart neighbor. It might not be what you'd envisioned, but it's still good.
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I think your lion is darling!

I was lucky enough to meet Lucielle Crabtree at a show last year. She is a lovely lady.
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Did anyone happen to get the contact info for Lucielle Crabtree ??

I'd like to get the patter that created this Intarsia by Tim Rogers - Photo Gallery
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That pattern is available at Scroll Saw Patterns Plans Books & Blades for your projects - On Sale at Scroller Ltd. for $2.50
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Has anyone found a source for Lucille Crabtree Intarsia Patterns?
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Which ones are you interested in? I could probably direct you to the right place.
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