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My latest tumbling block cutting board made from walnut, cherry, and maple. The dimensions are 14.75” x 11.5” x 1.25”.
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#1 posted 01-01-2012 07:03 PM
... And one of the best, love the walnut border! Nicely done.
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#2 posted 01-01-2012 07:05 PM
I just love these 3D looking cutting boards. Well done !!!
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#3 posted 01-01-2012 07:15 PM
I always love the tumbling block design,very well done
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#4 posted 01-01-2012 07:28 PM
That is amaing. Love your boards.
-- Jen ~ Happiness is being covered in sawdust.
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#5 posted 01-01-2012 08:24 PM
I keep telling myself the next board I make will be a TB….....still haven’t gotten to it yet. ;-)
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#6 posted 01-01-2012 08:54 PM
Wow, that is really cool! Nice job.
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#7 posted 01-01-2012 08:59 PM
Very cool board
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#8 posted 01-01-2012 10:34 PM
Very nice – Larry (degoose) will like this one.
Did you happen to count how many pieces it took? Were they all cut at 60 degrees?
-- Bill - "Suit yourself and let the rest be pleased." http://www.cajunpen.com/
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#9 posted 01-01-2012 10:46 PM
Nice board. Always enjoy looking at these. Still haven’t gotten the motivation to try one myself.
-- A bad craftsmen blames his cheap #$%ing tools
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#10 posted 01-01-2012 10:47 PM
The tumbling block boards are some of my favorites. You did a nice job on this one. I second the walnut boarder – really adds the finishing touch.
-- "Our past judges our present." JFK - 1962; American Heritage Magazine
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#11 posted 01-01-2012 11:21 PM
Wow optical contusion, haha. Very nice look. I do end grain so I tried a long time trying to make this end grain. Do not think possible. I posted a nice end grain with triangles and worked all morning to get your effect end grain. Still working in my brain on it.
I use maple, cherry and walnut combos a lot.
-- Phil Zoeller louisville, KY
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#12 posted 01-02-2012 03:14 AM
Great job! You can tell your angles are perfect, which is really hard to do with such a long run of these. Best one I’ve seen.
-- There is a lesson in every project. Play safe!
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#13 posted 01-02-2012 09:12 AM
You are correct Bill [cajunpen], Yes I do like this one…and I love the angle of the camera in the third photograph… nicely done…BTW Phil there have been many engrain tumbling block boards.. Yes it is possible… so check this blog out…
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#14 posted 01-02-2012 09:33 AM
Very impressive 3 D : )
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#15 posted 01-03-2012 04:27 AM
Great choice of woods and grain orientation to enhance the 3D effect. Very well done!
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