Intarsia wood

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Alder
Ash
Aspen
Basswood
Bloodwood
Blue Pine
Bubinga
Butternut
Cherry
Hard Maple
Lacewood
Mahogany
Padauk
Poplar
Purpleheart
Red Cedar
Red Oak
Qtr. Sawn Sycamore
Walnut
White Cedar
White Oak
Qtr. Sawn White Oak
Wenge
Yellowheart
Zebrawood

This intarsia lumber is the lumber created for the intarsia enthusiast! It is FAS, kiln dried, and surfaced on 2 sides to 3/4 inch thickness.

Our intarsia lumber is not sanded and comes in custom lengths, whereas 3/4" scroll saw wood is sanded and comes in 2ft. sections.

Minimum size is 1 foot in length. If you need lumber wider than 11" give us a call!
Intarsia lumber pricing chart

Have a question with color? Let us know. We will try to help. We are here for all your scroll saw wood needs! Other species may be available.

Remember every piece of wood is unique, so the wood you get won't look exactly like the pictures.


See Also: Our 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, and 1/2" "Scroll Saw Wood.



Cherry

Cherry is a hard wood which finishes to a nice reddish brown that deepens with age.
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$3.00

Walnut

Walnut is a dark brown colored wood and is easy to cut.
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$3.00

Ash

Ash is light brown and has fairly good strength properties for its weight, and is also shock resistant.
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$3.00

Aspen

Aspen wood is white and soft, but fairly strong. This is the whitest wood we have.
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$3.00

Alder

Alder is soft wood sometimes with knots present. Alder darkens a good bit when a finish is applied and looks similar to Cherry although not quite as red.
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$3.00

Basswood

Basswood is a light wood. Creamy color when finished. Soft, easy to cut, burn, or paint. This works great for chip carving.
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Bloodwood

Bloodwood is reddish, exceptionally hard, durable, strong, and beautiful.
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Bubinga

Bubinga has a close resemblance to Rosewood, and is often use in place of more expensive woods. This wood is truly unique.
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Butternut

Sometimes called White Walnut, Butternut is a warm brown color and is indeed closely related to Black Walnut. Butternut is considerably lighter-colored than Black Walnut, as well as being very soft and lightweight.
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Mahogany

African Mahogany is easy to saw and takes a great finish. Reddish brown in color when finished.
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Padauk

Padauk is a hard wood. Bright, reddish orange in color when finished.
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Poplar

Poplar has white sapwood and green heartwood, and is one of the most common utility hardwoods in the United States.
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Yellowheart

Though many other species of wood can be yellow colored, perhaps few are so consistent and vibrant as Yellowheart. The boards are a very uniform, bright yellow.
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Purpleheart

Purpleheart is a hard wood. Purple in color when finished.
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White Oak

White Oak is a light to medium brown color, although there can be a fair amount of variation in color. Red Oak tends to be slightly redder, but is by no means a reliable method of determining the type of oak. White oak has fairly good weather resistant properties.
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Quarter Sawn White Oak

Quarter sawn White Oak is simply White Oak that has been cut from the log at a different angle. It has a finer texture and a dramatic flaking figure running perpendicular to the grain.
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Red Oak

Red Oak is a hard wood with tight grain. Color when finished can range from a honey oak to a darker country oak or reddish color. This is the most commonly used species of Oak.
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Aromatic Red Cedar

Aromatic Red Cedar wood has a straight grain, usually with knots present. Has a very fine texture with closed pores.
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White Cedar

Heartwood is a pale brown or tan color, while the narrow sapwood is nearly white. Numerous small knots are common in the wood.
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Hard Maple

Hard Maple is a light creamy color when finished. It's a hard wood which takes a great finish. Contrasts well to walnut or cherry.
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Lacewood

Lacewood is a hard, exotic wood, which has the characteristics of lace in it.
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Sycamore

Similar to maple, the wood of Sycamore trees is predominantly comprised of the sapwood, with some darker heartwood streaks also found in most boards. The sapwood is white to light tan, while the heartwood is a darker reddish brown. It works great for skin color in intarsia.
You can specify red or white in the message box when you checkout.
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Quarter Sawn Sycamore

Quarter sawn Sycamore is simply Sycamore that has been cut from the log at a different angle. It has a finer texture and a dramatic flaking figure running perpendicular to the grain. It works great for feather patterns in intarsia.
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Wenge

Wenge is a very hard, dark brown wood with black streaks. It makes a great substitute for Ebony.
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Zebrawood

Zebrawood is a light brown or cream color with dark, blackish, brown streaks vaguely resembling a zebra’s stripes.
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Blue Pine

Blue Pine is pine that has stained with age, and has wonderful blue/gray streaks in it.
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