|Project by degoose||posted 06-27-2009 08:31 AM||2670 views||3 times favorited||16 comments|
The name refers to the way the pattern looks to me,.
This board is made from the last strips of the timber I bevel rip cut to make some Tumbling Block Endgrain Butcher Blocks.
When I ripped the wide boards these were the pieces left over so I just did a glue up and then cross cut and rolled and rotated and glued up again..Very Similar to the way a normal endgrain board is made but with some 60 degree bevels thrown in for fun, not quite as adventurous as 15 degrees of separation
Can you guess what timber I used? No, then I will tell you LOL no I won’t. Same as always. SA NGR and PH
Hope you like this and take heed and look at things a little differently. This took 4 times the inspiration. Not Really!
Last Pic Is For You Eddy. Happy Birthday. This is what the pieces were left over from if you were wondering what to do with them, hey.
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