|Project by Todd Barrone||posted 12-09-2013 08:08 AM||970 views||1 time favorited||7 comments|
Okay one of the first wood working projects I did when I first started wood working full time was a cutting board. My skills at that time were very green, no shop to work in to speak of and only had a few tools. In the last 18 months I have evolved from the back deck of my old house to a garage that I turned into my work shop. A few more tools and some acquired skills that I have learned and decided to make a new cutting board for the wife. Her old one looked like some thing a kid would make for mommy in 7th grade lol. I have developed a bad habit lately, fire wood. Every time I unload fire wood at my house I am constantly pulling pieces out and taking it to my shop and saying I can make some thing from this. So yes I rescued about 14 pieces from the lake of fire lol. So with out further delay here is the fire wood cutting board I made for my wife, I finished it with food grade mineral, about three coats and by did it turn out nice. All the pieces I did rescue are all oak, at least that’s the the saw mill I went to said.
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