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  • Intarsia Nuts

    If any of you are interested, we have a Facebook group called Intarsia Nuts that has 116 members at present, many of whom are here as well. It's just another place to talk with and share ideas for intarsia as well as our projects.

    We have decided to have a challenge much like the ones that Jim_Mex has hosted here and would be delighted to have you join in the fun.

    This is not to take away from this forum which, as you are probably aware, is one of my favorite places, but to add to the experience.

    Jan

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