|Project by KnotCurser||posted 01-19-2011 01:49 AM||1580 views||4 times favorited||12 comments|
A week or so ago, my Brother asked me to make him a small cutting board strictly to be able to cut limes and lemons on. The larger board I gave him was simply too bulky to “drag out” every time he wanted to cut a lime in half.
“Just make something simple and small” Sure…........sure….....
Small he got. Simple? You be the judge.
The board is mainly figured walnut. It has two stripes going all the way through the board. One out of mahogany and the other is maple.
Also running through the board are three circles – the bigger of the three is cherry, the middle is red oak and the final one is maple.
Overall dimensions are around 5×10 inches, with the thickness of the board at 3/4 of an inch.
Oh yeah – since my Brother hasn’t yet seen this and since he also reads LJ’s…....... SURPRISE, BRO! ;-)
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