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    Did someone say Cutting Boards?

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    I finished up a baker's dozen boards this week. (still have a few in process, but these are 'done'... two already sold!


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    Great looking bunch of boards, Ned! I especially like the one on the center bottom of the first photo!
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    They look great, Ned. I envy you east coasters and your access to thick hardwood at decent prices.
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    Really good looking boards, Ned. You make me feel so lazy. I have six plain, unfinished sassafras cutting boards that I started last Christmas and never go back to. Good for you!
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    Great job on those boards Ned. How did you fasten the breadboard ends on the boards in picture #2 and 3, tongue and groove, or just butted and glued? I like that look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arnold View Post
    Great looking bunch of boards, Ned! I especially like the one on the center bottom of the first photo!
    Thanks Bill! that one is a single cut and flip glue-up, just a piece of walnut, no combination woods.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    They look great, Ned. I envy you east coasters and your access to thick hardwood at decent prices.
    Thanks Vaughn... price we pay is the cold and snow...

    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Tulk View Post
    Really good looking boards, Ned. You make me feel so lazy. I have six plain, unfinished sassafras cutting boards that I started last Christmas and never go back to. Good for you!
    Roger, thank you sir! You can get them done for this year instead!

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Hans View Post
    Great job on those boards Ned. How did you fasten the breadboard ends on the boards in picture #2 and 3, tongue and groove, or just butted and glued? I like that look.
    Charles, Thanks much!, On the bread board ends: simple glue up, they were supposed to be end grain as well, but I slipped up and glued them up side grain.
    -Ned

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    Busy busy busy...looking great Ned!
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    You're going to have to stop by and give me some lessons Ned. Beautiful work
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    Really nice, Ned. Love those boards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    Busy busy busy...looking great Ned!
    Thanks Ken! Yeah, I hate to think of the massive mess in the shop lately... but hey, sawdust = progress!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    You're going to have to stop by and give me some lessons Ned. Beautiful work
    Bob,
    I'd love to visit and walk you through it!


    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    Really nice, Ned. Love those boards.
    Thanks Cynthia!
    -Ned

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