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Charcuterie board for a friend.  Walnut with maple inlays.


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1 1/2 beers later...


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(01-29-2022, 09:23 AM)jstraw Wrote: Finished a Kumiko wall hanging. I try to learn something new for each project. This is a test panel for some sliding doors on a entertainment console project. Door panels with have speaker fabric backer instead of the walnut veneer on the test piece. Also will change up the design some.

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Absolutely beautiful!
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(04-12-2022, 05:29 PM)Gary G™ Wrote: Absolutely beautiful!

Thank you, really appreciate the comment.

In prepping for this project, I ended up making way more wood strips than needed. With the extras, made a smaller panel for a Mother’s Day gift. Veneer is black dyed and the frame is some understated leopardwood. This panel went 3 times faster than the first.

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Taking a break after this one to get some of the other projects done.
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(04-18-2022, 12:28 PM)jstraw Wrote: Taking a break after this one to get some of the other projects done.

That's impressive. Nice work!
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Does a table top placed on horses for finishing count as a bench shot?


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Shop is somewhat of a mess right now, but what shop isn't. Dang glad I had this built in 2019 and didn't wait.

   

   

   

   
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~$800 in charcuterie and cheese boards.


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The small details

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Repairing a new interior solid pine door.

   
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