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  • Inlay Primer Tutorial and Challenge

    Jim_Mex and I have developed this tutorial especially for folks who want to try their hand at inlay.
    If you have questions I'm here all of the time, (except during the hurricane), and will answer anything that you don't understand.

    Here's the Pattern...
    duck pattern 2.bmp

    http://scrollingalong.com/jc_inlay/inlay_primer.swf for a flash based tutorial


    http://scrollingalong.com/jc_inlay/inlay_primer.pdf for a printable pdf based tutorial

    I'm looking forward to seeing what you all come up with....
    Jim

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    Just a note to say that I've moved this thread into the Stickies section at the top of the thread listings for this forum section. Any comments can be left in that thread.

    Please join in and give inlay a try. It really is fun!!

    Not sure if Jim forgot to show the finished piece or if he was teasing but here it is

    Last edited by jim_mex; 08-26-2011, 12:07 PM.
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