|Project by BurrOak||posted 06-10-2014 08:28 AM||3280 views||35 times favorited||20 comments|
Can’t mess up a Chevron pattern anytime but I like this one the best so far. Strips cut at a 30 degree bevel with the center piece made first by resawing and building from there. I glued a 51 inch plank which gives me one end grain board 1 5/8 thick and the other 1 inch thick at 12 X 13 . When cutting the plank keep the strips back to back to keep the pattern-book match lined up which can wonder a bit. Walnut Maple Cherry wood was used. The pictures show two versions with the Czech Knot. The center piece glued up is maple-walnut strip-maple and after that dries cut opposite direction to add the second walnut strip. This takes a lot of clamps since the boards want to creep up on each other with the 30 degree bevel.