|Project by GlennsGrandson||posted 12-20-2012 03:06 AM||1042 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
I made this cribbage board for a friend who wanted it for his father for Christmas (the county outlined is where he lives, the other line is the Missouri River). It is made out of yellow birch and some miscellaneous 1/4 ply that I had lying around. I changed the way that the cards and pegs are stored on this one compared to the last one that I did, I got the idea from fellow LJ JL7's cribbage board here (who also provided me with some plans, thanks again!). It may be hard to see but I have two neo magnets that hold the slide shut, they are towards to edge of the board. 402 holes, this was a lot easier this time compared to last since I now have a drill press. I am by no means a professional wood burner…or woodworker. But it turned out alright.
And for you fellow cribbage players, I just realized that I forgot the skunk line, better add that in tonight.
Thanks for looking!
-- Grant - S/N Dakota