Chaotic Pattern Cutting Board

June 6, 2017

My Mom wanted a cutting board, but I didn’t think just any board would be good enough. So I made this chaotic pattern end-grain cutting board, and gave it an end-grain frame, made out of oak from a tree that grew on the lake side of the house she grew up in. This projects starts with cutting down and milling up that special tree, then goes through my process of making an end-grain board.

 

If you want to learn more about making end-grain cutting boards, check out my Complete Guide.

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