Endgrain Cutting Board

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Project by RileyM2174 posted 02-22-2018 05:25 PM 248 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Made in high school Woods class. Made with Walnut and White Birch. Used a router for edges and handle. I put on 9 coats of Mineral Oil.

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#1 posted 02-22-2018 06:35 PM

This was a great project for your class to work on. I won’t critique the results I’m sure the instructor did that.
I imagine most of them were given to a deserving cook who will cherish them.
Wood working is very rewarding so I hope you and you classmates will continue your work. Please pass this on to the others because I’m not going to make comments on each persons posting.

-- Les B, Oregon

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#2 posted 02-22-2018 09:43 PM

It’s great to see the next generation learning the skills needed for wood working. I ‘ve been enjoying wood working since I was in the 7th grade and took my first Industrial arts Class (wood Class). I am retired now and build something about every day. I have made a few cutting boards and the one you made looks great. The great thing about end-grain boards is the knife doesn’t cut up the board because the end-grain hides the knife marks. I look forward to see future post of your work.

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