|Project by fawig||posted 08-19-2010 11:59 AM||1936 views||9 times favorited||7 comments|
I decided to make one of these for a coworker’s retirement gift; the other two were given to my wife and daughter. They are made from red oak with contrasting walnut, finished with Danish Oil and polyurethane.
It was also my first attempt at using a kerfmaker – how did I ever get along without this tool?!? Mine was a gift from a fellow woodworking buddy (John) and it is an amazing tool! The overlapping joint at the center of the crosses was tight and setup was quick and easy. There are several varieties made by other LJ’s – just type “kerfmaker” in the search box.
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