I’m gearing up for the LOML and son to hit the craft show market in the spring. (my job conflicts, and they’re better salespeople). She wants at least 100 boards of various sizes on hand… here’s the latest batch. Not quite ‘done’ so I’m not posting a ‘project’ of them…
that’s freshly after a single wiped on coat of mineral oil. I’ll give them all another session of sanding, then at least two more coats of oil before storing them til we need them.
three small boards all from the same ‘blank’. Woods throughout are maple, walnut and cherry unless otherwise specified.
two similar boards with slightly different treatment of the edges.
one largish board.. about 12×24x 3/4”
this board and the one following are again from a single ‘blank’ this one had the pieces grouped in sets of 4, instead of the usual wood whisperer alternate flip which I’ve been using.
this one was with the usual flip and glue up…
my first ‘super simple’ single board board. Simply planed to thickness, cut into strips, put up on end and glued back together. Thanks to bubba1772 for posting his recent boards using similar technique.
-- Ned - 2B1ASK1 http://nedswoodshop.blogspot.com