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I have had several people ask my how I make these (including a few people on lumberjocks). So, I made another one last night and took pictures along the way.
Step-by-Step Brick Pattern Cutting Board
Aug 05, 2013
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#1 posted 08-05-2013 07:35 PM
i love those cutting boards. thank you for posting a tutorial. i am going to try one. thanks again
-- wiser1934, new york
#2 posted 08-05-2013 07:36 PM
No problem! Have fun with it!
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#3 posted 08-05-2013 08:00 PM
Great looking board. Thank you for the play by play on making it.
-- Larry in sunny and warm Hawaii,
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#4 posted 08-05-2013 09:22 PM
great board,thanks for the picks.i need to try one.
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#5 posted 08-05-2013 10:05 PM
Excelent tutorial. And nice job. Imagine you do that … just that I do not have almost none of your machines. Thanks for showing it. You were very generous to do, really.
-- Disfruta tu trabajo (enjoy your work) (Bandera, Argentina)
#6 posted 08-05-2013 10:24 PM
Thank you! I enjoyed making it. And it is pretty hard to make without the right tools. I have tried.
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#7 posted 08-05-2013 10:37 PM
That’s some crazy looking maple in this one. It came out great
-- Unplugged Woodworkers - https://www.facebook.com/groups/213418935481974/
#8 posted 08-05-2013 10:39 PM
Thanks, Joe. Good job picking out that wood.
Eric in Florida.
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#9 posted 08-06-2013 03:06 AM
Nice job on the board and the photo array.That came out beautifully.
-- Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs ~ Henry Ford
#10 posted 08-06-2013 03:07 AM
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#11 posted 08-06-2013 09:32 AM
Hey there nice board and tutorial. I do have a weakness awe, heck, passion for cutting boards.
I have a suggestion for you, and i use it, since your sanding to 600 grit. After your final sanding, use a damp cloth and wipe the board clean. The surface will raise due to the sanding. Give it another pass with the 600 grit and it should be even smoother. This process works on end grain, should see some results on edge grain. Let me know if you try.
Thanks for posting, it’s a to do list item now. :-)
-- If you believe you can or can not do a thing, you are correct.
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#12 posted 08-06-2013 11:42 AM
Very nicely done here! And I admit i will be stealing this idea! On a more important note, your jewelry is beautiful; but remove it before getting near a spinning machine! I have seen these accidents and written reports on them and NONE of them are pretty! Loose clothes, jewelry, long hair, long sleeves, etc. all needs to be out of the way when near any machines. We need you hear, in full, to do more projects!
-- I'm him
#13 posted 08-06-2013 11:52 AM
I realized it halfway through. I generally don’t wear any bracelets in the garage, I just happened to forget to take it off before this. I am terrible about taking my wedding ring off though but I think I’d like to keep that finger so I will be removing it going forward.
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#14 posted 08-06-2013 02:58 PM
Awesome board and a very nice tutorial. Thanks
-- Chad, Gilbert AZ www.impeccablepen.com and www.youtube.com/user/ctschimmel
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#15 posted 08-06-2013 03:07 PM
I remember seeing this on reddit too. Nice work on the cutting board, especially lining up all the pieces in the glue-ups.
-- Allen, Colorado
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