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    Another Little Knifeblock

    Hi Everyone
    Here are a few photos of my newest knife block.Made from Cherry and Tiger maple.
    Finished with 5 coats of wipe-on satin poly.
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    Mike
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    Cool! Very striking! I like it.
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    That''s a sweet looking block Mike. Great job!

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    Looks great and your photo sequence was/is very enlightening for this noob
    The perception of perfection is perfectly clear to everyone else

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    Just love your knifeblocks Mike

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    Great lookn block Mike
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    Very nice choice of woods and great execution, Mike!
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    Thanks for posting Mike this is just what i need to make. Gonna save the pics to be able to adapt to my needs. Thanks a ton looks beautiful. Maybe with one of these we can have sharp knives in this house when i need one. Although i doubt it. But at least i can try.
    cheers

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    Great looking block Mike, thanks for the walk through on how they are made. I need to build one of the drawer type of holders, though one that pretty, my wife might not mind sitting on the counter.
    Darren

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    Very nice
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