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    Im looking to make an intarisa pheasant (rooster) but use a real rooster tail on it. Anyone have a pattern I could use for this idea?

  • #2
    Henriette Corbeil has a gorgeous rooster pattern for sale that may be exactly what you're looking for. You can Google her.

    Good luck



    • #3
      Kathy Wise had one in the magazine a little while back. She'd made it as a napkin holder, but I just took the rooster and enlarged it for intarsia.


      • #4
        hmmm. All I can find from Henriette is a regular farm rooster, not a pheasant. Ill keep looking unless someone has a link handy.


        • #5
          Judy Gale Roberts has at least one pheasant pattern available that comes to mind.
          I looked up my copy and it is I-86 Pheasant and is a pheasant in flight which would
          be quite adaptable to your idea of using an actual tail on it.
          Judy Gale Roberts Intarsia takes you to Judy's site.
          God Bless! Spirithorse


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