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  1. End-grain Walnut Cutting Board

    This winter break I made two end-grain cutting boards out of walnut. These were my first cutting boards since woodshop class in jr. high and my first attempt at the end-grain style. They're pretty basic, and we've seen a million of these on this site, but it's still an attractive and relatively...
  2. My First Cutting Board

    This was my first attempt at a end grain cutting board.
  3. Double tumbling block box

    I made the end-grain double tumbling block box top (walnut, cherry and maple) using SPalm's project blog: http://lumberjocks.com/SPalm/blog/23574 and attached it to a cherry box with raised corners. Both the top and the cherry box are approximately 3/4 inch thick.The finished box is...
  4. A Board For Cutting (my first)

    My wife happend to spot a few really nice cuttingboards from you all on this site while looking over my shoulder one day…and then challenged me to make one as her Christmas gift. I love a good challenge-So i went out right out and purchased the Hard Maple & Purpleheart lumber. The biggest...
  5. Big Block end-grain cutting board - cherry, flamed box elder, maple

    The is a fairly standard (at least for me) big block cutting board made from 3" turning stock (except for the maple). The customer hand selected the flamed box elder pieces and was very involved in the design process. The final board is 1.125" thick, 19" long and 13.25" wide. I love the way that...
  6. End Grain Bowl

    This little bowl is the cutoff from the log I used to turn a natural edge bowl. It measures about 4" in diameter, and is about 3 1/2" tall. After sanding to 800 grit, they were sealed with lacquer sealer, then got 6 costs of poly. After about a week of curing time I buffed them with the Beall...
  7. Rosewood/Maple Cutting Board

    I'd planned to get a round of golf in this morning and left the house about 6:30A. Unfortunately after six holes I had to leave due to lightning, followed by pouring rain that lasted most of the day. Last week I'd planed and cut enough maple and carribean rosewood box side sets for eight...
  8. Another end grain cutting board (3 woods)

    Made these two for my sister while she was here visiting last summer. Woods are wenge, maple and jarrah. Design was a bit of a f*#& up. Finished with a combination of mineral oil and beeswax.
  9. End-Grain Butcher Block Kitchen Table

    Hard maple and cherry end-grain construction for the top and cherry for the legs. Finished with several coats of food safe mineral oil. Built this about 9 months ago.
  10. End grain Cutting board

    Made in hs woods class Made with walnut and white birch Used router for handles and edges Mineral oil finish (6 coats)
  11. Quilt Cutting Board

    I finally got back on the ball and churned out my latest cutting board. This one was intended to come out looking like a quilt. I'm not sure how much I like the border so I may try something a bit different on the next one. I also added some finger cutouts on the bottom since I didn't put any...
  12. End grain Cutting Board

    This was a mothers day gift. I made it out of Maple, Walnut, Red oak and Bloodwood.
  13. End-Grain Bandsaw Valet

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if you crossed an end-grain cutting board with a bandsaw box? Well I did, and this end-grain bandsaw valet was the result. I had a lot of scrap wood lying around in buckets, some of it exotics and others domestic hardwoods. I wasn't sure what to do...
  14. First wood project - end grain cutting board

    I wanted to something different from the usual checkerboard end-grain cutting board for my first wood project, so I chose a brick pattern using walnut and maple . This was the first time I've ever used a table saw, hand plane, router (for edges) and palm sander. From this project, I learned...
  15. End-Grain Cutting Board

    Pretty self explanatory, this was my first attempt at making a cutting board. I saw lots of great examples on this site and saw all of the extra cut offs I had and decided to give it my best.
  16. Three New End Grain Cutting Boards

    Using ideas posted by McLeanVA, I have completed my first 2 boards following his steps. The third one, shown in the middle photo above, is an attempt to get a varied design, getting away from the traditional End-Grain Patterns The first one has Maple, Cherry and Purple Heart with Purple Heart...
  17. End Grain Cutting Board

    Please ignore my friend with the creepy stare. I made this cutting board for he and his wife as a housewarming gift. I forgot to take the picture until I gave it to them and had to do it with my phone. The board is made from hard maple and purpleheart (basic Wood Whisperer design). My...
  18. Wood Whisperer Cutting Board

    The image of this cutting board on my kitchen counter all ready to cut up some tomatoes are the result of a fairly long road. I just got back into wood working this April after spending most of March insulating my garage to get ready for a shop. Like many I found The Wood Whisperer web site and...
  19. End Grain Cutting Boards

    This was a fun project. The first cutting board is maple and purple heart (std CBdesigner pattern), and the second is a slightly different with maple and walnut. I was particularly happy with the grain pattern on the maple/walnut board, it really jumps out. With these two boards, I routed...
  20. First End Grain Cutting Board

    I have made a few edge grain cutting boards over the last several years, and each keep getting better and better, however it was time for me do an end-grain. I couldn't choose a simple pattern, and had to go with one with about 20 glue-ups and lots of pieces. It was challenging but fun to do...
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