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    Kathy wise will you still be offering your regular intarsia patterns as well. I have bought alot of your patterns and would still like to continue. Thank you
    Tricia

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    What have you read that makes you think she won't?
    Rolf
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    • #3
      I think she is just expanding her business, which should be a goal for all businesses.
      Betty

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      • #4
        Ok. Thank you. I was just wondering. Or if she was just going to do the cnc
        Tricia

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        • #5
          Like Betty said Kathy is just expanding her business to incorporate other technologies, the scroll saw is still the primary tool for Intarsia.
          Rolf
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