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  1. Sushi trays

    I made four of these as Christmas gifts. They're nothing fancy but they were fun and simple to make using wooden scraps. Although they can be used for supporting anything, I think of them as sushi trays ;) The woods used are ash, padauk and walnut. Although not obvious, the edge on the ash...
  2. Sushi Board

    We eat a lot of sushi in my house, so…sushi board! I cut a seven degree bevel on all outside edges, and that presented an interesting challenge for a beginner like me. For safety reasons, I wanted to cut the bevel on the board prior to attaching the legs. (I cut this at the table saw). I...
  3. Bookmatched Koa with Gaboon Ebony Accent Stripe

    Small board for sushi, cheese, bread, cutting or a presentation tray. Made of bookmatched Hawiian Koa with a Gaboon Ebony accent stripe. Includes detailed "Opposing Arrows" feet, also made of Ebony (white circle on feet is rubber pad) Thanks.
  4. Live Edge Curly Maple Bread Board

    Made of live edge Curly Maple with a subtle Ebony accent strip which highlights the separation between upper and lower levels of this bread board. The unique live edge features are in perfect harmony with the gentle curves of the maple grain and curves of the front edges of the board...
  5. Purpleheart and Padauk End Grain Cutting Board

    End grain cutting board made of Purpleheart and Padauk. 12" x 16" x 1 1/4" thick. Bottom has square Padauk feet to keep board away from harmful moisture on counters and to allow for improved airflow underneath. Thanks.
  6. SUSHI PLATES

    I made those sushi plates from white and dark part of walnut. Dimensions 20×40cm and 16×30cm, 12mm thick. I curved edges on bandsaw, just to make them more atractive. On bottom side , I stapled and glued some cork plugs. Finish - food friendly wood oil.
  7. Sushi trays - easy Xmas presents

    I made these trays as a Christmas present, along with some other stuff. I wanted to upload the trays to add them to the LJ inventory of easy to make Xmas presents. The trays are typical of what is used to serve sushi on in Japanese restaurants, but could be used as a generic serving trays...
  8. Reclaimed Teak Steak/Sushi boards

    A simple yet stylish project to use up an old tabletop that was falling apart. Set of 4 gorgeous dinner plates with juice moat. All comments welcome. Al...
  9. sushi boards

    I made these sushi boards after being inspired by several other LJer's creations. The wood is primarily maple with an edge of walnut and tigerwood. I did make the walnut a little proud of the tiger and maple primarily for aesthetics. I found some really nice bowls for $2 each and set them in...
  10. Sushi board

    Sushi board made from maple and purpleheart.
  11. Dragon Sushi Tray

    Here is the second tray to be completed. The tray measures 19 1/2 X 12 1/2. Yeah, it's pretty big for a sushi tray, but everyone in my family really loves sushi. The tray is made out of scrap birch plywood and red oak for the trim and feet grooved in the bottom. A while ago I watched a video on...
  12. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    ...You never really get away! The LOML and I spent a day at Fort William Historical Park, a re-creation of a circa 1815 settlement of the NorthWest Company, a British company specializing in the harvest of furs for the British market. Within the fort are several artisan shops, staffed with...
  13. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I'm planning on making a couple of simple maple sushi trays, the ones that's just a single board with two runners on the bottom. I'm concerned about the two runners going perpendicular to the main board. Will there be any expansion problems if I just glued it on? The main board will expand...
  14. Wood & Lumber
    I am looking for a source or book that describes which different woods complement each other. I understand open and closed grain woods, but sometimes you want to use contrasting woods or better yet woods types that complement each other and don't clash. There is a true design element to this...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    I was considering purchasing a Deulen knife sharpning jig.While I think the Deulen jig is a great idea I found the price to be a little steep for a piece of hand rail,some brass channel and some set screws and I guess the guy has to make some money, brass is probably quite steep and we all know...
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