EasyPeasy Patterns


What little girl wouldn't just love to have this Horse's Head hanging on her wall. Or inlaid into her bedhead.

You will need half a dozen different timbers. Apart from a little detail around the eyes and the mane you will find this a straightforward project.

Alternative methods of construction for both the scrollsaw and the bandsaw are shown in detail on...

Intarsia designs don't come much cuter than this little fellow.

Curled up nice and warm this Fox Cub is a very straightforward project with just a little detail around the eyes and nose.

You can easily straighten those ragged edges on the ears.

All the instructions you...

Now everyone can imagine they are living in the tropics with a Gecko on the wall.

Only two contrasting timbers and off you go.

Use "double cutting", fully explained in our book "Intarsia Down Under", for a perfect centre join.

 A rolled up piece of sandpaper makes short work of the gaps...

This Koala Dad is one of the simplest of the nine projects included in the book Intarsia Down Under.



Wombats are nocturnal so this old fellow is relaxing in the light of the moon. Hence the dark sky and the bright orb...


This is the design that gives you the most bangs per buck. And it only has two contrasting timbers. Okay three, if you count the eyes.

Intarsia doesn't come any simpler than this but just look at what you end up with.

A 3D wooden sculpture that is 30 inches long straight off the plan.

You make Dad, Mum and baby separately...


Two for the price of one! If you like Kittens this is the project for you.

The Standing Kitten is the simpler of the two and ideal for a beginner to intarsia.

The Tabby Kitten has a little more detail and is rated ""intermediate"" difficulty. That much more satisfying!

 But a pretty cute pair that will look great hanging on your wall


Dolphins are perennial favourites and this Dolphin Family leaping through the waves is always very popular.

The stream-lined dolphin shape makes for very...

Now you are up to five different timbers and a little more detail in this design.

But this is still a project that even...

This Pup is ready to go marching down the street.

A straight forward project that benefits from careful timber selection. With a bit of imagination timbers with an "oaky" grain enhance this pups hairy coat.

If you make this project in combination with the Gentle Foal you can set up a nice intarsia with the pup holding the foals lead in its...


Cute and fluffy Ducklings are everybodies favourites. And these are as cute and fluffy as they come.

I often talk about the importance of contrasting colours when making intarsia. If I made these again I think I would use red petals even if they are supposed to be daisies.

The front duckling can be made as a very easy standalone project.



Leaping from the sea this Marlin makes you want to save up for a big game fishing holiday in North Queensland.

As with the dolphins and the shark the streamlined shapes of these denizens of the ocean make for an easy intarsia project.

Double cutting makes short work of that long centre join.

There's nothing quite so relaxing as watching Ducks swimming on a pond. Or on your wall.

Of the 37 pieces many are cut out of one piece of timber. So initially you only have to fit 13 pieces together

Then cut some of the larger bits into many smaller bits.

Full details and instructions, as always, are included on the pattern.


These Bunnies are an easy place to start your intarsia adventure.

This design has two levels of difficulty (easyculty!!). Easy and easier.


A fellow Aussie is making one of these life size, 5ft long, and leaning it against the wall of his verandah so he will always have company when he is enjoying his sundowner after a hard days work.

This Dechchair Kangaroo project, included in the book Intarsia Down Under, introduces the idea of using the third dimension in intarsia.

This is as...

This Flying Kangaroo is the first, and simplest, project out of the nine designs included in the book Intarsia Down Under.

All the individual pieces can be cut out of one larger piece of timber which guarantees that everything fits together beautifully.

This downloadable plan is a complete chapter from my book 'Intarsia Down Under' and includes a full size pattern...

The wind in your hair, a good boat under your feet, vomit on the decks. If this is the life for you then...


Now what should we call a design that is a fish with a lot of spots? I know! Why don't we call it the Spotty Fish. And who said marketing was difficult?

Just 34 pieces makes for an easy project. Apart from the 83 spots that is. I can't believe it has that many. You're right, this one doesn't. Only 61 on...


A cute thumb sucking Teddy with a turned up nose. And all ready with a heart for his lover, ooopps, friend.

A very straightforward project that is bound to be every child's delight. What little girl wouldn't like one of these teddies inlaid into their bedhead?

And the eyes are easy. Stick them on top of the head just like a real...

Let's design a Shark that will strike dread into the hearts of all who see it hanging on the wall.

Or let's not.

This Shark has just a glimmer of a smile. While not exactly cute it's not that scary either.

A quite friendly, but I probably wouldn't want to stroke it, kind of terror of the deep.

This is not a...

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