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  1. Bread boards/cutting boards

    I put these together for Christmas presents, I like contrasting woods I hope the relatives do also. The woods are cherry,walnut, maple, hickory, teak (thought it was mahogany until I cut it, to late) and oak. I had already started the boards when I read a comment from someone about oak being...
  2. End Grain Cutting board

    I made my cutting board out of white birch, walnut, and mahogany. I did a checked pattern of birch and walnut, with mahogany on the edge. I used a mineral oil finish.
  3. End grain cutting board

    Made this in woods class. The wood I used was walnut, white birch, and hickory and put 5 coats of mineral oil finish.
  4. Endgrain Wooden Cutting Board W/ Oil Finish

    Pattern design on cutting board made up of various woods found in the shop. Completed with mineral oil finish.
  5. Cutting Boards for Christmas

    Well…my first project post. Here we go. I decided to make a cutting board as a Christmas present for my step-mom. It is one of the ones in the picture with three of them. I have a version just like it, only bigger, that I made my wife a couple years ago. it has been nice to use, but really too...
  6. Opposite Twins Serving Boards

    I've been 'sitting' on these for a year now due to a silly mistake! These are about 16"x 10", major woods are Walnut and Cherry, the white wood is Maple. Finished with mineral oil. The construction is straight forward. Basically remove the wood along an arc with a router bit, then replace it...
  7. First Commissioned Piece - A LVDT

    So, about a month ago I finished a cutting board (LVDT) for a house warming gift for my old neighbors who bought a house around the corner. I didn't get a chance to take any pictures cause I finished it last minute, but it was basically identical to this one. I took that board into work to...
  8. End Grain Cutting Boards

    Last October 2006 I was looking through one of the many woodworking magazines I receive and saw some cutting boards. They looked really nice, so I decided to make 12 of them for gifts. End grain of Maple, Walnut and Cherry. Edge glued different widths together in a solid piece. Then crosscut...
  9. Dovetailed and Straightailed Cutting Boards

    Centers are sycamore, aside from the striped board which is cherry and walnut.
  10. Walnut End Grain Block

    Probably our finest product? You decide! http://www.pangadesign.com/Product-13965/Panga-Design-Collection-for-the-kitchen.--Beautiful-designer-kitchen-kit-from-Panga.--Buy-huge-chopping-boards,-accessories-and-serving-dishes./Chopping-Boards/End-Grain-Blocks/80mm-Black-Walnut-Butchers-Block A...
  11. Cutting board gifts for family

    This coming weekend my sister and I will be flying to Houston to visit our half sister. We have not seen each other for almost 8 years but email and call to stay in touch. My half sisters birthday is next weekend while we will be visiting so I made her a cutting board as a gift. Another one of...
  12. Assembly Table

    Maybe not a dead flat surface but pretty close. It was time to replace the original table which was built over time with various parts being added as needed. I had a large piece of laminate left over from another project, on 1 1/4" MDF. The old table had a groove down the middle which I used...
  13. Yep, more cutting boards

    I put together a few more cutting boards for Christmas. The Paddle style boards are for my siblings, made from a 24"x24" cutting board my dad used to use to cut up homemade pastas. I've had to add cherry to the boards to make them large enough so that each sibling got a portion dad's board...
  14. Just another cutting board...with sides, great for Jerky

    I keep trying new things and I was really pleased with the look and function of this 'wavy' board. The slight lip is great for cutting a roast into even thin slices for jerky. Set your roast on the board, lay a long blade across the raised edges and cut slice after slice. Every slice is even...
  15. Cutting boards and trivets!

    Made some more cutting boards and trivets after getting some inspiration from this website. The first one is cherry, maple, and barn wood elm. The second is cherry and maple. The third and fourth are barn wood trivets. Just took off two random boards and made an end grain trivet out of them...
  16. Oak Cutting Board with Walnut Inlay

    Glued up oak strips, with a router based walnut inlay, edges rounded over with a hand plane and sandpaper.
  17. Small Parts Holding Clamps

    Sometimes I use a miniature Jorgensen type clamp to hold small parts. Sometimes they don't feel quite right for what I'm working with. I came up with these for the price of a T-nut, a little allthread, a bolt or screw, a couple washers, ad a nut and some scrap plywood. Details for making...
  18. Table Trivets

    Keeping to the theme of quick projects I'm doing lately (and trying to use up scraps), I decided on what becomes of every cutting board that ends up too small. A trivet! (or two) These are typical end grain, about 9"x7"x1". The woods are walnut, hickory, and white oak, the "runners" are white...
  19. Quick Cutting Boards

    So, the last couple of weeks I have been on Mr. Mom duty. The wife decided that she needed to do something at night or she was going to go postal! I guess being a stay-at-home mom with 3 kids can get to someone. Thus, I have been very limited to what I can do in the shop. With all of the...
  20. MDB - Magen David Board

    After a long time of no shop time I finally was able to put together several short sessions to get this one made. I finally feel like a real LJ! During school I always doodled, and esp. in math/physics classes I used to play along with the squares in the notebooks. In particular I used to draw...
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