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I am making a lumber tomorrow, but had some scrapes I wanted use up! So this endgrain bread board is the results! It is made of hard maple & walnut.

-- Snookie, Jasper,GA





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degoose

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#1 posted 1085 days ago

Unusual to say the least… but some how… I like it…Thinking outside the board…

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...

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Snookie

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#2 posted 1085 days ago

Thanks, my scrapes dictated the shape! They told me what they wanted to be! :-)

-- Snookie, Jasper,GA

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CalgaryGeoff

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#3 posted 1085 days ago

Very nice shape and color selection.

-- If you believe you can or can not do a thing, you are correct.

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Sam Shakouri

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#4 posted 1085 days ago

” Fine use of scraps … and how the timber dictates how to be used ”, Snookie.

-- Sam Shakouri / CREATING WONDERS WITH WOOD.....Sydney,Australia....

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Jonathan

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#5 posted 1085 days ago

When I first saw the thumbnail photo, I didn’t think it was end grain, as the maple looked a bit like long grain curly maple, the way the colors shimmer and change. Interesting use of scraps! It’s hard to tell how thick you made this board. It appears to be relatively thin (for an end grain board), but it’s hard to tell from the photo?

-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."

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Snookie

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#6 posted 1085 days ago

The thickness measure is 1 inch. I also used a bisquit cutter to make a slot in each end to be able to pick up the board more easily!

-- Snookie, Jasper,GA

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