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Bread knife w/very hard 'bread'

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Project by choppertoo posted 1787 days ago 1881 views 1 time favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I can’t take credit for the inspiration on this project. Another LJ posted something similar. I meant to favoite his but I guess I didn’t. If I find his post I will add it here to give him credit for the inspiration.

A couple of weeks ago I walk walking down the beach with my daughter. She picked up a rock & said this one looks like a loaf of bread daddy. Remembering back to the afore mentioned post I knew what I had to do.

The blade and rivits are maple, the handle is walnut. The bread is, well,a rock of some sort. :) Not a big project but it was fun.

-- The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that our aim is too low and we reach it.. Michelangelo





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JJohnston

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#1 posted 1787 days ago

I think the bread even has raisins in it!

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WibblyPig

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#2 posted 1787 days ago

Looks like my wife’s been in the kitchen again…

Nice work – how did you cut the rock?

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Beginningwoodworker

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#3 posted 1787 days ago

Nice work!

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#4 posted 1787 days ago

Nice job, How did you slice the rock?

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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a1Jim

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#5 posted 1787 days ago

Fun project
This reminds me of a PBS show about someone finding a log looking substance and after research found that it was bees wax from sunken Spanish ships from hundreds of years ago I believe they found there’s in the ocean off of Astoria Oregon.

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DaleM

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#6 posted 1787 days ago

That looks like it would make a great kitchen island/table centerpiece, but I guess we know who won’t be asked to bring the bread to any Lumberjock picnics in your area.

-- Dale Manning, Carthage, NY

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Innovator

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#7 posted 1786 days ago

Neat looking project.

-- Whether You Think You Can or You Think You Can't, YOU ARE RIGHT!!!

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choppertoo

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#8 posted 1786 days ago

What makes you think I didn’t use the knife to cut it Topamax?? <grin> Kidding of course. I called a local rock club & got connected with a guy who used a diamond blade saw.

-- The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that our aim is too low and we reach it.. Michelangelo

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Karson

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#9 posted 1786 days ago

That is totally cool. A great mixed Medium.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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#10 posted 1785 days ago

hee hee way cool

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artworkbid

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#11 posted 1749 days ago

Great job on this. Beautiful workmanship.

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EyeOfTheJen

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#12 posted 932 days ago

that is great! I thought that was a real loaf of bread. Love the spontaneity of of the idea. You never know what will give you an inspiration.

-- Jen ~ Happiness is being covered in sawdust.

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choppertoo

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#13 posted 932 days ago

Thanks. This piece now sits in my office on an end grain cutting board that I made from a book shelf that was left in one of our rentals. I should probably take a photo and post it. I thinks it’s neat because none of the wood has any finish on it so as to stay in tune with the rawness of the “bread.”

-- The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that our aim is too low and we reach it.. Michelangelo

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