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    I am looking for a "spiney Lobster" intarsia pattern...can anyone help? I have a grandson that wants one for his wall. Any and all suggestions would help..thanks



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    Last edited by wood-n-things; 04-16-2012, 10:07 AM.

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    I've never made an Intarsia pattern before. Not real sure what is needed. Here is a line drawing of a spiny lobster i made if that helps. If you need something more done post it here or send me a PM and i will see what i can do to help.
    Russell
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    • #3
      Thanks

      Thanks... I will see if I can make this work. I need to add color and try to add a little back ground items and color...

      It is more than I have. When I get it done, I will try to send a picture...thanks again.

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