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Trivets - Maple & Walnut

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Project by DamnYankee posted 1156 days ago 1459 views 10 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Last years hand made Christmas present for EVERYONE! I made lots of these. I even made a bread basket similar to the trivets but I never got a picture taken.

-- Shameless - Winner of two Stumpy Nubs Awards





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robert triplett

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#1 posted 1156 days ago

Nice trivets, but to really ‘appreciate’ them, I would like to see more pictures from different angles!! Good wood choices. I bet they were well received as presents.

-- Robert, so much inspiration here, and so little time!

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smitty22

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#2 posted 1156 days ago

Great design and wonderful gift! I sure learn a lot from Lumberjoccks, and since ‘trivet’ was unbeknownst to me and I had to look it up, here for the benefit of others is the ‘trivet revelation’:

A trivet ( /ˈtrɪvɪt/) is an object placed between a serving dish or bowl, and a dining table, usually to protect the table from heat damage.

-- Smitty

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auggy53

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#3 posted 1156 days ago

i started a trivet yesterday , its made from wine corks . i had no idea what a trivet was till my wife told me . i hope mine looks as good as yours .

-- rick

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mtnwild

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#4 posted 1156 days ago

Nice looking…..........I’m sure everyone loved receiving theirs…..................

-- mtnwild (Jack), It's not what you see, it's how you see it.

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Andrew

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#5 posted 945 days ago

You can use wood as a trivet? Any chance you’ll burn the wood?

-- Andrew - Albany. NY

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DamnYankee

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#6 posted 945 days ago

Been using them over a year and got the idea from a woodworking magazine. Unless you are putting practically on fire one them no problem. Besides, trivets are meant to be used so you don’t burn your table or counter top so essentially they are somewhat sacrificial. Pay attention to your finish. These are finished in Danish oil and that is all. Don’t use wax.

-- Shameless - Winner of two Stumpy Nubs Awards

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