Hello, just wanted to share my two cutting boards made from quarter sawn white oak as per Paul’s instructions. The darker of the two was my first attempt finished in veg oil. I was extremely happy with how the first turned out, so I made a second that I sold to a friend which turned out very well. It’s a great project to learn skills and how to focus on cutting and trimming long shoulder lines wich is extremely hard to do.
On I side note I used a small tenon saw and panel saw to cut the groove in the breadboard ends as I didnt have a plough plane.
Thanks for the kind words. Just starting another board as we speak, using hard maple that was given to me by a friend.
Gotta love free material.
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