|Project by Jonathan||posted 02-21-2013 03:00 AM||4028 views||10 times favorited||17 comments|
Had an old buddy from college recently contact me to commission a cutting board for his wife’s birthday. He requested that it be mostly walnut, and I added in a little maple for some nice clean contrasting lines. I tend to put feet on my cutting boards, but he did not want them, so I included a pad to put under the board to hold it in-place while in use (pictured in the first photo).
Wood Species: Walnut and Hard Maple
Weight: 4-pounds, 6-ounces
Style: Edge Grain Cutting Board, Bookmatched
Glue: Titebond III
Finish: 6-coats mineral oil, followed by Howard’s Butcher Block Conditioner which he will continue to apply after receiving the board
Sanding: Up to 220-grit
Routered: Finger holds and edges rounded over using router, then hand sanded
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