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    Kitchen Utensils

    This comes dangerously close to violating the F***work rule, but it really is all turned except for the pieces for the glue up. So it's segmented, ya that's what it is. A flat round cutting board from walnut, alder, oak, and purpleheart scraps. 12.5" diameter with walnut oil rubbed into it. (top and bottom)





    And this is a 15" x 3.5" maple pancake flipper.


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    I like 'em both, Curt. The cutting board looks great, and of all the things I've seen for flipping maple pancakes, that flat-ended spindle thingy is one of them. (Nice work on the spindle, too.)
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    Great looking turnings Curt and the cutting board has spectacular contrast and grain, but I gotta' say that pancake flipper is a pretty cool looking kitchen tool . Any chance of a photo from the side to get an idea of the profile?

    cheers eh?

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    I freehanded this on the bandsaw so it has a wierd curve to it. I'll draw the next one before I cut it.

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    Great looking pieces Curt. I really like that cutting board. Nicely done.
    Bernie W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Fuller View Post
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    I freehanded this on the bandsaw so it has a wierd curve to it. I'll draw the next one before I cut it.
    Very slick. I like the curve.
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    Wow - a segmented cutting board - what will they think of next? The board actually looks great! Really like the wood color combination! The spatula is a beauty! Very nice detail work on the handle and that looks like one of those aerodynamic curves so you can flip pancakes in the wind!

    Seriously - very nice work, as always!
    Steve

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