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Project by Steven Prosser posted 194 days ago 607 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Ok, so I had an old kitchen table made from rubberwood strips and I moved house, I had to cut the table down to fit in the new place and was left with some rubberwood. I also had a few strips of wenge left over from a previous project (man that stuff is hard to work!!!) and so I set to work gluing it together and had some fun coming up with a kinda pattern.
Glued it all up and got to work with a low angle block plane, sanded and finished it with sunflower oil.
It now resides in my partners kitchen, except she likes it so much, she wont use it.
Go figure!

-- The only thing the world knows about Belfast, is that we built the Titanic..... It Sank





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JL7

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#1 posted 193 days ago

Well done and welcome to the club!

-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,002 ways that won't work.

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VANGODIAS

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#2 posted 193 days ago

Beleza de pe├ža. Muito bem executada.

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#3 posted 193 days ago

Nicely done!! Tell her to just cut on one side and display the other side, unless of course she is as oooo good, she is able to cut on both sides at the same time.

-- Skilled craftsman are not cheap, cheap craftsman are not skilled. Bert, Wooster

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#4 posted 189 days ago

Looks great, like the cool pattern and very nice contrast of wood colors. Great job!

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