|Project by Jeremy Greiner||posted 01-23-2012 07:22 AM||1800 views||1 time favorited||7 comments|
I don’t really have any pictures of the making of the board it wasn’t on my mind when I finished this a few weeks back. I made several cutting boards for christmas in december but I didn’t take any final pictures because I ran out of time. I had to pack them up and head out the day they where done. I’ll most likely post some of the construction pictures on my blog because I can. This piece was made from 4 scraps I had left over from the ones I made from christmas.
I ended up sawing them in half and glued them up the final result is about a 12’‘x6’’ and 3/8’’ thick little cutting board. I actually like the really thin board most of the times you think of end grain cutting boards as these big beafy monsters but I like how thin this is and I use it as a small slicing board. I might make a larger version that’s just as
It’s made from maple, cherry and walnut I finished with very deluted salad bowl varnish, then 2 coats of wax.
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