|Project by ThorpHighSchool||posted 01-02-2014 12:54 AM||714 views||0 times favorited||2 comments|
Students in my Woods I class have an opportunity to build an end grain cutting board. Students spend around 2 hours sanding these boards to 220 grit.
The boards are finished with 3 coats of salad bowl finish.
Wood used is oak and maple and was donated from Dorchester Hardwoods in Dorchester, Wisconsin. Picture #3 has an oak border that was salvaged from a pallet and contains over 30 biscuits as his dad wanted biscuit joinery and picture #5 is a trivet as it contains some aspen.
All students love their board once it’s done.