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'Running block' end grain cutting board

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I made this board to donate to my son’s school charity auction. It is 19”x11”x1-3/8” and made from maple, cherry and walnut. It’s the largest board of this pattern I have made to date and I don’t think I want to get much bigger. Clamping the hexagonal shapes for such a large size is a challenge.
Thanks for looking.





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indgreg

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#1 posted 355 days ago

man that is sharp great job sure thats going to bring n some good money for your sons school

-- greg indiana

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oakwood

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#2 posted 355 days ago

The board looks wonderful. You did a great job on it. Did you glue the diamonds individually or make up the blocks first with the three species and then glue up? I’m sure it will bring in a good price. People are always fascinated by these illusion cutting boards.

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Lee A. Jesberger

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#3 posted 355 days ago

Beautiful job.

Lee

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a1Jim

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#4 posted 355 days ago

Love this pattern ,great job.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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Peteyb

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#5 posted 355 days ago

Great job. I really need to learn how to make these as they just look so nice.

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Greg D

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#6 posted 355 days ago

Sweet, that took some time!

-- Greg D, Cen. CA, "Keep it on the Level, Do it Right the First Time!"

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NonnoTony48

84 posts in 467 days


#7 posted 354 days ago

That is a Work of Art, I would not be able to use it as a Cutting Board,
I’d hang it on a wall as a display.

Cheers Tony.

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spud72

299 posts in 1999 days


#8 posted 352 days ago

Wow! Nice job.

-- Guy,PEI

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