My white oak cutting boards

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    cubb
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    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.

    Happy wood working.

    Ryan

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    Matt Vaughn
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    @mndak76

    Excellent work, thanks for sharing

    Minnesota

    #127423
    Derek Long
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    @delong1974

    Very tight work. Good job.

    Derek Long
    Denver, Colorado

    #127425
    Frank Joseph
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    @frankj

    Now that is good work
    Well done
    Frsnkj

    In South Jersey the good part of New Jersey, USA.

    #127427
    Greg Merritt
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    @gman3555

    Well done! Nice tight joints.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #127428
    Sandy
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    @sandy1man

    Very Nice Ryan.

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

    #127429
    mike forbes
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    @forbeskm

    They look great! I am starting on this project myself shortly. Thanks for the motivation.

    Boulder,CO http://mikeofallthings.com

    #127440
    Matt McGrane
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    @mattmcgrane

    Love the look of the QS white oak. And in a book-matched pattern, too. Nicely done.

    Matt, Northern California - Started a blog in 2016: http://tinyshopww.blogspot.com/

    #127629
    cubb
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    @cubb

    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.

    Ryan.

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