|Project by GoPhillies||posted 12-08-2011 10:29 PM||3146 views||2 times favorited||9 comments|
After seeing all the great cutting board designs here on Lumberjocks, I got an idea how to cover up the griddle portion of my family’s range top. I went with a zig-zag design which really spoke to me. Trying to figure out how big to make the “blank” so I would have a large enough board to cover the area brought me back to middle school days. I had to look up the formulas for sine and cosine and thought I got it right but forgot about the little nubs at the end that needed to be cut off so the board ended up narrower than required which was o.k. just glued on some strips of walnut. The ends are breadboarded to the main body of the board. Woods are wlanut, maple and cherry with birdseye maple on the ends. Finished with mineral oil/wax mix. The second photo is before and third photo is after. Big difference if I do say so myself. Thanks for looking and thanks to degoose fand all the other board makers for inspiration.