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    This is the first intarsia I did making my own pattern. I did a crawfish since I live in Louisiana.I put the crawfish in a tray form.The sides are at a angle.
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  • #2
    Beautiful work and even more with your own design

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    • #3
      Look Out Judy.:d


      • #4
        looks nice ...great design as well...
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        • #5
          Mud Bug

          What a beautiful "mud bug"!!!! Wish I had about a 50 Lb. sack of those!!!! That's a fine design and great craftsmanship. VERY original.
          If it don't fit, don't force it....get a bigger hammer!!


          • #6
            Very nice indeed. You should be able to sell that to a seafood restaurant.

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            • #7
              Brent, very nice indeed. now boil him up , and I'll eat mine here. Evie


              • #8
                I hope the glue you used was waterproof - we're gonna be wanting to boil up a mess of those babies!
                Really nice work, and good job on the pattern!


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