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    I am looking for a source for the intarsia pattern that I see pictured on the video 'Scroll Sawing for Accuracy':

    This is a pattern of an indian sitting on a horse

  • #2
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    Hi Mike,

    maybe you could ask at this intarsia site: Clicjk on General

    Mike M
    SD Mike


    • #3
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      That is a JudyGale Roberts pattern. You can get it it is in their catolog #jrp5 for $24.95
      John T.


      • #4
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        You can get that pattern direct from Judy Gale Roberts at 1-800- 316-9010.
        There is only one place in the US that carries the genuine artical and that is Roberts Studio.
        you can also get her catalog/newsletter which lists about 250 of her Patterns


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