Scrollsaw - Intarsia The Kathy Wise Collection Kathy Wise has been designing intarsia scroll saw patterns since 1997. She started out designing patterns for her family and soon moved into creating award winning custom patterns for many designers. A large part of her scrollsaw intarsia collection
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Scrollsaw - Intarsia The Kathy Wise Collection

Scrollsaw - Intarsia The Kathy Wise Collection

Kathy Wise has been designing intarsia scroll saw patterns since 1997. She started out designing patterns for her family and soon moved into creating award winning custom patterns for many designers. A large part of her scrollsaw intarsia collection features portraits of dogs. Some are beginner skill level, others are very advanced. Check out all of her intarsia patterns that we sell in our online store. We are an exclusive distributor of her intarsia scrollsawing patterns.

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Angel Bears Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This scrollsaw pattern set consists of three Angel Bears, each playing a different musical instrument. They range in size from 10 to 14 inches, and the number of pieces required to complete each one varies depending on how detailed you wish to make your projects, on average there are about 40 pieces per bear.

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Akita Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Akita was developed by a Japanese nobleman living in exile in the province of Akita on Honshu Island. These dogs were used in pairs to hunt bears. This scrollsaw pattern consists of 39 pieces and measures approximately 15 inches high by 14.5 inches wide.

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Easter Rabbit Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This intarsia Easter Rabbit can be completed in a number of ways. We will give you all of the options. The rabbit can be finished in all one color or finished in two colors. Also we provide a pattern for the Easter egg or you can opt to just have the rabbit sitting on a base with no egg. The number of pieces varies from 23 to 60 pieces according to which option you choose.

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Lazy Cat Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This cat does look lazy! You can change up the wood you use to match your own cat. The finished scrollsaw project consists of 51 pieces and measures approximately 12.5 inches high by 14.5 inches wide.

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Australian Shepherd Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Australian Shepherd dog was developed mainly in the USA. It descended from collie stock and is a highly prized dog where obedience is of vital importance. This scrollsaw project consists of 42 pieces and when complete it measures approximately 15 inches high by 14.5 inches wide.

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Border Collie Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This breed can be recognized by its distinctive black and white coloration. It originated as a sheep herding dog in the border countries of England and Scotland. This pattern consists of 67 pieces when complete and measures approximtely 14 inches high by 10 inches wide.

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Cockatoo Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

Two for the price of one! With this Cockatoo pattern you also receive the pattern to make a pair of Cockatoos. The single has 68 pieces and the pair has 110 pieces. The finished project measures 12 inches wide by 20 inches long.

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Lipizzaner Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

Two for the price of one! The designer of this scrollsaw project has included two different versions of this Lipizzaner pattern. With and without the rider. The finished project measures 16 inches wide and 17 inches tall, and has either 86 or 151 pieces.

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Sitting Siamese Cat Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

If you love Siamese Cats you will love this scrollsaw pattern. It is easy to make with only 27 pieces needed to complete the project. The finished piece measures 14 inches high by 8.5 inches wide.

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Jaguar Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This Jaguar Head scrollsaw pattern makes a majestic finished project measuring 12 inches wide and 15.5 inches high. The completed piece has between 44 and 252 pieces depending on if you plan to cut out all of the spots individually.

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Mountain Goat Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This Mountain Goat Head scrollsaw pattern can be cut out in two different ways. You can cut out the head only or you can choose to include the background and oval. Both pattern options are included. Depending on which you choose there are either 31 or 44 pieces required to complete the project, which measures 15 inches high by 12 inches wide including the oval.

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Ride m Cowboy Intarsia woodworking Pattern

This Cowboy scrollsaw pattern makes a beautiful finished intarsia project. You can complete it two different ways, with a rectangular frame or an oval frame. Both pattern are included. Depending on which way you choose and on how detailed you wish your project to be there are between 100 and 258 pieces. The finished project measures approximately 27 inches high by 20 inches wide.

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Bulldog Puppy Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

Just look at this wrinkled guy. Our scrollsaw pattern makes a cute-as-can-be intarsia English Bulldog Puppy. This breed is calm, patient and loving with children. The project consists of 98 pieces and measures approximately 15 inches high by 12 inches wide when complete.

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Dalmatian Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Dalmatian became popular in the 1800s in England as carriage dogs. They are often used as Firehouse mascots. This pattern consists of 110 pieces when complete and measures 11.5 inches high and 12.5 inches wide.

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Schnauzer Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

If you or someone you know has a Schnauzer dog, then you will enjoy making this scrollsaw project. The finished piece consists of 55 to 60 pieces depending on if you choose to include the background oval or not, and measures 15 inches high and 12 inches wide including the oval.

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Cocker Spaniel Pup Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This scrollsaw pattern is for all dog lovers, just look at those paws! It makes an adorable finished intarsia project consisting of 62 pieces. The finished dimensions are approximately 14.5 inches high and 10.5 inches wide.

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Maple Leaf Frame Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This Maple Leaf Frame scrollsaw project makes a beautiful display piece for yourself or as a gift. I used Mahogany, Maple, and Black Walnut. You can use any wood of your choice, but try to use varying shades, it will enhance the leaf effect in your frame. The project consists of 29 pieces and measures 9 inches high by 7 inches wide.

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Sleeping Lazy Cat Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This intarsia scroll saw pattern is for an adorable sleeping lazy cat. The completed project measures 13 inches high by 14 inches wide and consists of 60 pieces.

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Soldier Bear Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This Soldier Bear scrollsaw pattern makes a very patriotic intarsia project. For an easier pattern you can make the uniform out of one color instead of two. There are either 86 or 162 pieces required to finish this project depending on which way you choose to complete it. Finished dimensions are 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide.

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Border Terrier Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Border Terrier is one of the smallest of the terriers standing only 10 inches, but is still able to keep up with horses when out fox hunting. This scrollsaw project consists of 50 pieces and measures approximately 12.5 inches high by 12 inches wide when complete.

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Blue Jay Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This beautiful intarsia scrollsaw Blue Jay can be make with the background or you can leave the background out. The finished project measures 10.5 inches wide by 10 inches high, and consists of 89 pieces.

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Whippet Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Whippet has been bred for racing and in the first part of a race it can even outpace a Greyhound. This scrollsaw project measures 12 inches high by 13 inches wide, and consists of just 25 pieces.

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Sitting Pekingese Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The breed was first seen in the West after the British overran Beijing in 1860. It makes an alert and bold watchdog. This scrollsaw pattern is made up of 75 pieces and measures in at 13 inches high by 13 inches wide when complete.

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Mill Creek Bridge Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This scenic landscape design features the Mill Creek Bridge with a boy fishing nearby. Makes a beautiful finished intarsia project. The design consists of from 71 to 125 pieces depending on how detailed you wish to make it. All options are available on the pattern.

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Springer Spaniel Puppy Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Springer Spaniel is a popular hunting dog used to find, flush and retrieve small game. It is the oldest of the English Sporting Gun dogs. This scrollsaw pattern makes an adorable finished intarsia project, consisting of 102 pieces, with dimensions of 15 inches high by 10 inches wide.

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Lying Cat Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

Our intarsia cat looks so comfortable. This scroll saw pattern for a Lying Cat consists of 51 pieces, and the finished project measures 11 inches high by 20 inches wide.

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Poodle Puppy Face Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

Developed in France, this breed was descended from water dogs used for retrieving waterfowl. This scrollsaw patters was designed to be cut out in two ways. You can cut out the Poodle Puppy Face by it self, which is 40 pieces, or you can include the oval frame which makes the project 47 pieces. The finished dimensions are 13 inches high by 10 inches wide.

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Eagle Head Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Bald Eagle, is solely native to North America, and can weigh up to 14 pounds with a wing span of up to 8 feet. This Eagle Head scroll saw pattern was designed to be cut out in two different ways. It can be made using just the head pattern alone (27 pieces) or giving it a background and oval frame (38 pieces).

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Shih Tzu Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

The Shih Tzu was developed in Beijing, China, by crossing miniature Chinese breeds with Tibetan dog breeds. This scrollsaw pattern makes an adorable finished intarsia project. When complete, the measurements are 14.5 inches high by 12 inches wide, and consists of 75 pieces.

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Pool Balls Intarsia Woodworking Pattern

This Pool Balls scrollsaw sign would look great hanging near your pool table. Included with the pattern are some useful tips for cutting. The full alphabet in both capital and small letters, as well as the numbers 0 through 9, are also included so you can easily customize your sign. The finished project consists of 58 pieces and measures 14 inches high by 13 inches wide including the sign.

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