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    Does anyone have a pattern or directions on how to make one? Starting to do more intarsia, and my sons are both doing some intarsia for the Ohio State Fair Youth contest...(what catagory I'm not sure). I would prefer they use something human driven over power driven.


  • #2
    I had a quick look, could not find any free ones, but there is a pattern for sale here

    Only Robinson Crusoe could get everything done by Friday!!


    • #3
      Thanks Bret.


      • #4
        An old thread

        Hey Grizz, check out this thread.

        I havent made one yet but it should work.
        You may want to change the pivot position for more tension.
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        • #5
          Thanks Carl,Will try that. Bob
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