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Create an Intarsia Scarecrow

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image Visit www.intarsia.com to purchase the matching girl scarecrow pattern ($8.95 + s&h) or Wonder Wheel ($34.95 + s&h).

Wood selection and woodburned details bring this favorite fall character to life

Scarecrows remind me of late summer and the fall harvest. I made this cute little character as an homage to the scattered figures decorating gardens and cornfields across the country.

See Fall 2009 Issue #36 for full step-by-step instructions for completing this project.

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Comments (4 posted):

azbison on 06/29/2009 14:30:43
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Ahhh, Bob, it warms the heart to see these threads... I know to keep an eye out on the mailbox.
Scrolling Days on 07/17/2009 23:11:39
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I bought a bunch of intarsia books at Alan's S&D Sale as I really would like to give it a go. With what I've read in the books and on this board, I think I'm ready to jump in....with something simple. The scarecrow looks like a wonderful pattern, but it looks a bit hard for an intarsia beginner. After reading the article, however, I thought the instructions and illustrations were well laid out, and I like the thorough "materials and tools" indexes offered in all of the magazine's projects. This is particularly helpful when considering wood species for intarsia, IMO.
hawkinob on 08/12/2009 21:23:00
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Only just got my turn with this issue. A minor point perhaps but why say that the additional 'online bonus' photos are on:- woodcarvingillustrated.com ? they are of course on this address. Regards, Bob H.
Shannon on 08/18/2009 12:45:43
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DOH! Sorry!
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