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    One of my co-workers just came back from Cape Coral Florida, while there he went to a craft show (this past weekend) he saw a booth that was selling intarsia and was very impressed. He knew what it was because I bring in some of my stuff on occasion.
    I was wondering if it was someone from this forum.
    Rolf
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