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  1. Cutting Board

    My first end grain cutting board! This was an interesting project that came out surprisingly well. I was inspired to make this from one of my favorite online woodworkers Steve Ramsey. Good 'ol mere mortal himself! Anyways, it's simple cherry, walnut, and maple. I also took cues from Mark's...
  2. Brick wall chopping board

    Here is another couple of my chopping boards. This time it has a brick wall pattern and is made of white oak and I think Mahogany… Still not sure what wood is it? Some time ago I've bought lots of reclaimed flooring boards but the woman I bought it from wasn't sure what kind of wood was it. If...
  3. Cutting Boards

    These are a couple of cutting boards I made for Christmas gifts. They are always fun to make. I always say they come with a lifetime warranty. I have refurbished some of the face grain boards for my mom already. Ha. Finish is a mineral oil with a wax coating. I find people don't want to...
  4. Two Cutting Boards for Christmas

    I made these cutting boards for Christmas gifts this year. They represent a couple of design variations. The board with the knife and apple is the largest board I've ever made measuring 16 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 1 1/2". I make all of my boards 1 1/2" thick now. I feel that it gives the boards a more...
  5. A.W.

    This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain black walnut. It measures approximately 6.75 inches tall by 5 inches wide. It is finished with wipe-on poly buffed to a silky satin. All comments and critiques are welcomed.
  6. Yet Another Unoriginal Bandwagon Jumper

    I made this Wood Whisperer inspired, end grain cutting board for my wife's birthday. This marks my first indoor (non-shop) project, my first "real wood" project, and my first non-paint finish. I chose maple, purpleheart, and walnut for the woods. I bought the wood pre-surfaced because I don't...
  7. Tributary

    This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain black walnut. It was hand carved and measures approximately 6.5 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide. It has several coats of wipe-on poly followed by Krylon Crystal Clear flat. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  8. E.G. Cutting Board

    I can see how cranking out these End Grain Cutting Boards could become addictive. The one I did a few weeks ago was my first cutting board of any kind in about 40 years. Now here I am again… Maple, Walnut, Yellow Heart, Purple heart. I am amazed at how hard and resilient these things are!
  9. Christmas Presents #2: End grain boards

    Wouldn't be right to make presents without a couple of end grain chopping boards thrown into the mix.
  10. hot

    This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain, fiddle back maple. It is finished with black, red, and yellow aniline dyes topped with wipe-on poly. It measures approximately 6 inches tall by 4 inches wide. Here is my how to dye blog. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  11. Matching Christmas Gift Set

    My parents refuse to give me Christmas suggestions for them, so I had to come up with something myself. At one point this year my mother asked me to make her some wooden coasters, but I never got around to it (I cut off part of my left thumb at work not even a month later…). I purchased a...
  12. Huge Oak End Grain Worktop Saver

    Hi all! A step by step with pics and instructions for the hardcore chopping board collective. Hosted on my Facebook page so please remember to LIKE Panga before you leave! http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.181555305245837.43677.107616129306422&type=1 [email protected]
  13. Been a while...

    Refurbished roll around kitchen butcher block. Cleaned and oiled leg assembly after removing the original cutting surface…[mounted on ChipBoard] New top is 600 mm by 500 mm approx 30 mm thick. Sanded the end grain top with my new Festool Rotex… what a powerful machine… made very light work of...
  14. Marbled Cheese Board- NO comments PLEASE! Its just another board :-)

    I just wanted to show another style of serving/cheese board that my wife will post on her website. www.winefinity.net This board is a combination of edge, face and end grains. The maple is edge grain The purpleheart, lyptus, and the small inset pieces of walnut are end grain The end pieces of...
  15. End Grain End Table

    This is my $8 end table. I picked up the end-grain fir flooring from a local used building materials store for $6, and glued it to two pieces of plywood ($1 each) from the same store. The legs and trim are cut from some free old 2×4's from a neighbor's remodel. I think the nail holes add a...
  16. Gift Exchange Cutting Board

    It had been a while since I made anything, and the house my girlfriend shares has a nice detached garage and shop with "full kit"! I asked the owner and the handyman if I could share some space now and again. For the second time in three years, for the family Christmas gift exchange, I drew...
  17. Christmas Cutting Boards

    Some Christmas gifts I did. 2 end grain cutting boards (walnut & maple) (walnut, maple, and cherry) and 1 weave (walnut, maple, and cherry). The weave board is actually my second try using the left over pieces from the first try hence its smaller size. The first on cupped pretty bad during...
  18. Butcher Block Cutting Board -- Mesquite

    End grain mesquite butcher block cutting board. 22 by 16 by 1.5 inch. approx 20lb. Over the years I've made too many cutting boards, as a method of using up bits of wood and having a ready supply for gifts. After a while the friend market gifting became saturated with boards and actually had...
  19. Cypress & Walnut Triangular Side Table

    Saying that I LOVE this table would be a HUGE understatement! It makes me smile every time I glance at it while sittin' in my favorite comfy chair… it is my woodporn! The design came about simply cuz I needed a side table to butt up against a living room wall so that my big chair could be angled...
  20. Classic

    This hollow form vase is turned from end grain maple. It measures 7" tall by 4" wide. It is finished with Waterlox. This is my first time using Waterlox. I like the way it pops the grain. I am trying to refine my form and techniques in preparation for some really special wood I have stashed...
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