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Well dang, let me tell ya, this thing fought me every step of the way LOL...Turning out to be much more of a challenge than I had expected.
But in the end,,, I am quite pleased with the results and hopefully so will the new owner.
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Hooolllly Hanna! Bit of a masochist there, Bill :O
That's just gorgeous
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Really nice Bill, that is a top shelf cutting board.
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Hooolllly Hanna! Bit of a masochist there, Bill :O
That's just gorgeous
Thank Ya Dan.... masochist...kinda close to it!!! at over 200 pieces..and little room for error.that wasn't the worst of it..
the glue up was the worst. In the end, I went against everything I've ever done...and just made one helluva mess

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Really nice Bill, that is a top shelf cutting board.
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Might be top shelf,, but it better be on the kitchen counter when its all said and done... didn't make it to
be a wall hanger...
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that is next level spectacular...
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I understand the basic idea of stacking precisely cut pieces into the pattern you want in the end, then gluing it up in that pattern. Did you cut everything to about the thickness of the final board, then glue it up? Or did you stack longer pieces, then resaw it to thickness? If you can, would you mind describing the process from design to final. I know it will take some time, and I think a lot of us would love to learn how. I haven't made one of these yet.

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BEAUTIFUL, A REAL WORK OF ART!

I will certainly echo Tom’s request for details on the process.
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Anyone who didn't really like your work of art cutting board would be too hard to please.It is beautiful,Bill.
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Now that is very interesting. Neat.

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