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There are not enough good comments to express the quality of the work. I am jealous.

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Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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All the above and then some. I can't imagine the patience and planning it takes to pull off such a project but it certainly shows. The attention to detail is incredible. I don't want to think of the amount of time invested but I can imagine. And then there's the glue, how much is holding that piece together? Thinking of the complexity of the project, the number of parts and the fact that each part must be very square to each other to glue properly, the assembly process, and glueing and clamping , and glueing and plamping......

You've peeked my curiosity and I'll look hard at the plans but........doubting I'll be trying this anytime soon, not for my 1st cutting board anyway.

Stunningly beautiful piece. Looks like it belongs in a museum not a kitchen....just saying.
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I love the graphic design, stunning !
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I can't think of a good enough adjective to describe your work Jon.
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Easily equal to anything I've seen coming out of that Russian shop* on YouTube. Your design is incredible (not to mention the craftsmanship!).

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Definitely appreciate the positive thoughts on this board and SWMBO was very pleased to hear the positive comments on the design. It was her “quilter’s eye” that laid that out.

Yes Steve, there was a LOT of gluing and clamping in that project. Watching glue dry is almost as exciting as watching paint. �� The final stages of sanding were not terribly exciting either. As many members have expressed in the past, the project is the fun, the finishing processs, not so much. However when the first coat of warm buther block oil was applied and the grain stared to pop all became relative.

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What they all said PLUS!
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That is incredible.
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Yeowser...! ! !
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