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  1. Cheese slicing boards

    With credit to Mary Anne and Spalm for inspiration & tutorials, I made 4 of these as gifts (the mate of the drunken board was already wrapped for shipment to my sister in Canada before I thought to take pictures.) I couldn't get the radiused boards to match up the way Spalm described. My...
  2. Mary Anne made me cut the cheese

    First I need to say "Thanks" to Mary Anne for the blog on making these cheese slicers. They were pretty easy to make and everyone loves them. They are Walnut and Maple with a mineral oil and Bees wax mixture on them. They are 3/4 thick, about 5 3/4 wide by 10 long. I bought the parts at here...
  3. Help me give credit where due.

    Greetings! I saw a cutting board similar to this some time ago. I think it was on here but I am not sure. I decided to try my hand at one with a matching cheese slicer. Obviously, it has my own 'spin' on it, but the original poster inspired me to give it a shot. Whomever you were, thanks for...
  4. Say Cheese for the Holidays

    I always try to make some Christmas presents in the shop so I knocked out cheese slicers for the four kids and one for the wife unit. They are all kind of a variation of a theme, and from the same piece of cherry, so this is kind of cosmic. And they were fun to build. They are about 5 3/4...
  5. Endgrain Inlay Cheese Slicer

    I needed something to try out my new homemade inlay cutter, so I made another cheese slicer. It kind of has a Southwestern flair. I had a little trouble with the darker wood chipping out. The glue seams on it are a little rougher than I want, but really not bad. The seams on the Spanish...
  6. Cheese slicers and drying racks

    I know you have seen these before. I glued up scraps and went to apply some finish - ran out of triangles so I used my coat racks as drying racks. These are a great way to use up scraps - even little tiny ones. If you haven't seen these and want to make some, see SPalms project here:
  7. Cheese Slicer

    I made a multicolored cheese slicer using the jigs in the photos. The tablesaw sled is use to cut an angle across the board it has an eighth inch strip across the back and a stop set at three inches. The drill press jig holds the board at 90 degrees a the other board is clamped on to keep the...
  8. Cheese Slicers

    Here are some Cheese Slicers that I put together. Made from some scrap Maple and Walnut i had kicking around the shop. Got the idea to make these from SPalm. He made a great tutorial here. I finished with a Butcher block wood conditoner from Home Depot. The wife used one as soon as i...
  9. Boards for fundraiser

    Made these items for a silent auction fundraiser for a co-worker. Her husband was diagnosed with a very serious illness. pic #2 - 17.5" x 12" cutting board from Walnut, Hard Maple and Purpleheart pic #3 & 4 - Bread & Oil board from Walnut and Maple with Maple accent stripe. Handles are...
  10. LJ's Inspired Cheese Slicer Fun

    Thanks to sPalm, DeGoose and countless others who share these great ideas and inspire me to continue to learn and grow as a woodworker. I have spent so much time with End Grain that it was fun to not have to sand so much and work on my finishing skills with face grain. It was a completely...
  11. Cheese Slicer -pyrography

    Made this cheese slicer as a gift for some wine tasting friends. Maple, walnut and cherry scraps. My wife finished it with 4 coats of Howard Butcher Block Conditioner.
  12. Another Cheese Slicer

    Just a little different pattern in a Cheese Slicer board. Board is Maple with Padauk edges Stripes are just some thin strips I had. Can anyone tell me how to avoid the mis-mating of an inlay when two intersect? All mine do this, I guess because of the space the inlay makes. Sure would look...
  13. End Grain Cheese Slicer

    My first venture into end graining. After grabbing some white oak sticks from the burn box and gluing up a small board, I decided to try the cheese slicing hardware referenced on other projects. Rather than cut the board down to the typical size, I did a plunge cut with a 1/8" router bit using a...
  14. Pizza Cutter & Cheese Plane

    The cheese plane handle is macacauba and the pizza cutter handle is a composite from woodcraft. Both turned really easily.
  15. Cheese slicer with handle of mesquite

    Cheese slicer with handle of mesquite.
  16. Cutting boards and cheese slicers

    After a quick rehab of my craigslist purchases (tablesaw, bandsaw, and planer), I dove in at the last minute to get some Christmas projects done. Both my dad and brother are really in to cooking, so they got a couple of wood whisperer cutting boards in maple and walnut. The hardwood dealer...
  17. Cheese Slicer

    A cheese slicer I made as a Christmas present. Thanks to some outstanding craftsman that posted similiar projects it helped me out a bunch. However, I did make some designer firewood on my first try, actually I was able to recycle most of it for an end grain project. The mistake happen...
  18. Cheese Slicer's, Inspired by LJ's

    After seeing the Cheese Slicer's that SPalm and Mary Anne made and the Drunken Cutting Boards that poroskywood did. I just had to give it a try. These are going to make great Christmas Gifts for this year. I made 10 of them, two of each of the wavy designs and one each of the bow tie and...
  19. Cheese Slicer / Serving Board

    Made another batch of Cheese slicers a month ago for an Art Market along with some Post Office Door Banks. This Cheese Slicer is made with Wenge, Hard Rock Maple and the dividing strips are Cherry. These, again, are designed after ones that have been posted here on LumberJocks and my last...
  20. Cheesy slicers

    These were inspired by SPalms projects… They were quick, easy and fun presents to compliment last years breadboards. (if you are counting, yes I gave three away before I got a picture). Fnished with mineral oil and beeswax.
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