Beginning Woodworking Intarsia
Beginning woodworking intarsia is post about For Fun bookmarked by ron with ID 13663219586 was uploaded on 23-03-2019 and has been viewed 263,005 times.
Intarsia has always fascinated me and I've been meaning to try it out for years.I like the artistic nature of it and the limitless possibilities of 'painting' with wood.I want to thank everyone over on my Facebook page this week who helped me out with all sorts of tips and hints.
Especially Steve Carmichael who had recently attended an intarsia class and sent me the notes he took.PLANS I found the process to be pretty simple, but a lot of work.Plan on a lot of time sawing and sanding.
If you would like to try out my scarecrow, download the pattern here.Mostly, try to cut exactly on the lines and take it very slowly with your scroll saw.***** Steve Carmichael's list of helpful intarsia tips and notes: Intarsia is cutting pieces from separate parts of wood and joining them together.
Segmentation is cutting the entire design from one piece of wood, like a puzzle, where the wood grain matches through all the pieces of the project.You can make segmentation project look like an intarsia project by painting the pieces separately then gluing them together.
Cut as close as possible on the line to ensure good fits.Use a soft drum sander on a drill...