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    Found Judy's bear in an SSWC issue and made it. We call it Papa-Bear. Then during my Beginners Class, at Judy's studio, I got the Grizzly Walk patter, which is Mama Grizzly & the cubs.

    During the last class Judy taught me how to use the Wonder Wheel correctly, so now I have to redo them with better looking fur.
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  • #2
    tgiro, Wow! nice job. Thouse would make realy nice coat racks too. Love them. Lance


    • #3
      WOW! Great job.

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      • #4
        Whoa! Way cool. Your craftsmanship has done this beautiful pattern justice.
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        • #5
          wow, that's amazing what a wonder wheel will do...
          your bears looks great...

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          • #6
            Beautiful job!


            • #7
              Very nice work!

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              • #8
                Excellent work!
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                • #9
                  That is really, really very good. You did a wonderful job of shaping and using the wonder wheel. That is what intarsia should look like....
                  Chuck D

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