|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-13-2018 11:47 AM|
|Barry747||I agree with Herb. A lot of waste. I make oval cheese boards and try to minimize waste by gluing varying length boards together so that I can just inscribe an oval inside. Still more waste than a rectangular board. She did do a nice job on the board though although, like others, I'm not a fan of the pattern.|
|08-08-2018 03:43 PM|
Phew! Not just me then... |
* For me it's more of an anxiety inducing thing.
|08-07-2018 08:37 PM|
Originally Posted by DaninVan View Post
|08-06-2018 09:08 PM|
That round Chevron cutting board is well done. My one comment that I see right away is a lot of waste. The boards are ripped, glued together straight ,then cut on an angle, creating a lot of waste going from straight and square to the angle. then glued together and cut round, again more waste. Not in a negative sense, just that you have to figure a lot of extra material to make a board that design. It came out quite nice in the end. |
|08-06-2018 08:08 PM|
|papasombre||That lady has a very serious tools. Nice job.|
|08-02-2018 10:30 AM|
|harrysin||What a great imagination and skill.|
|08-01-2018 10:44 AM|
It's beautifully executed, but I have a personal negative reaction to the chevron motif. I don't know why but I've always had this reaction, especially to that type of design on Navajo blankets. |
Nope, nope, nope...
|08-01-2018 10:08 AM|
|Cherryville Chuck||If you like that one Theo then you'll love going back over this thread by Two Skies. https://www.routerforums.com/show-n-...ng-boards.html|
|08-01-2018 03:49 AM|
For the cuttting board guys - chevron cutting board
Not into making fancy, or not fancy, cutting boards. Looks nice tho.