Kokopelli Inlay - Sierra Please Choose Color

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The Kokopelli is revered as a native symbol of good luck. Now he comes to you in the form of an Pen Inlay Kit. Choose from black or multi colored backgrounds.. May everything you now write bring you good fortune!

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The Kokopelli is revered as a native symbol of good luck. Now it comes to you in the form of an Pen Inlay Kit!

Available in two colors -  a 15 piece blackwood background or a 15 piece multicolored dyed and stabilized Boxelder Burl background (Please choose from the drop down menu) Make sure to choose your favorite...and may everything you write bring you good fortune!

The kit comes with complete instructions and is currently available for the Sierra family only (Sierra, Sierra Vista,Sierra Elegant Beauty,Sienna, Diplomat, Wallstreet II, Gatsby, Mesa, and the Apprentice Classica) pen kits. The Kokopelli Inlay Kit has a degree of difficulty rating of 4.

Koko Instructional.pdf



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  • Apr 14, 2018, 10:00 AM
    I purchased one each of the black-background kit and the multi-color kit.

    The fit of the pieces was fine on the black-background kit -- presumably because they all came from the same tubular blank that was dyed and then laser cut. All pieces in the kit -- with the exception of the Kokopelli character itself -- originated from the same piece of wood.

    The fit of the pieces in the multi-colored kit, however, was disappointingly poor. I presume that the blanks were dyed whole, then cut up, then the pieces from DIFFERENT blanks mixed and assembled into kits. Each piece from a different and separate original blank (that was dyed whole with a single color).

    Several pieces had to be sanded and trimmed before they could be assembled without unacceptably large gaps. The bottom edge of the assembled tube showed mis-alignments of up to 1/8".

    I've bought laser-cut blanks of this sort from other artisans and they've gone together much more easily and much more tightly.

    I have photos. Wish I could share them.

    Edit in from email sent 4-17 -

    While reasonably uniform on the surface when assembling the blank, the color starts to disappear after only minimal shaping and sanding.

    The green Kokopelli figure in the black-background set appears splotchy green & white where dye penetration was inconsistent. Not attractive at all.

    I haven't yet turned the multi-color set, but I have no reason to expect it to be any different.

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