I made some end grain cutting boards recently and I wanted to make some display stands for them. I had made one stand that wasn’t sturdy enough for the big thick cutting boards, so I found something that I liked. I redesigned it to fit my needs, and then modified that, until I had a three pieced stand. It can hold large, thick boards and can break down so it can easily fit into a drawer.
Jim Merrow: Intarsias: Cat in a Box, Lil’ Dog in a Shoe, Puppy in a Basket, and Cats that go on doors (Judy Gale Roberts patterns)
Humphrey Dunn: Puffins (Judy Gale Roberts pattern classroom in a tube)
Phill Gavin: Penguin Intarsia (Judy Gale Roberts pattern) and Thumb book holders (Steve Good pattern)
Ron Ostromecki: Frog Intarsia (Kathy Wise pattern), Fretwork Angel (H. Botas pattern), Dog in a Basket and Hummingbird Intarsias (Judy Gale Roberts patterns), Santa ornament (Bruce Worthington pattern)
Tom Pilcher: Morse Code Straight Key (Jerry Howell pattern)
Mellanie Boone: Carvings of Bat, Santa ornament, Three Wisemen ornament (pattern by Janet Bolyard), and Doves.
Thanks everyone for sharing your awesome projects! Keep it up and I would love to see what else you create!
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In this video I make my very first end grain cutting board. I had a few trials but in the end it will hold up to the knife that is cutting meat or cheese. A board that cuts cheese… 😂
Here is a link to my Pinterest page that has the pattern. I can’t find the original link, so sorry to whoever made this awesome pattern. If anyone knows please let me know so I can give the appropriate credit.
In this video I am making an Orca intarsia. I used wenge, aspen, ebony, and holly to make this orca. The pattern is by Judy Gale Roberts. You can find a link to buy the pattern or anything I used in the video in the description box below the video. I hope you try intarsia one day!
Psalm 96:11-13 (NOG) Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad. Let the sea and everything in it roar like thunder. Let the fields and everything in them rejoice. Then all the trees in the forest will sing joyfully in Yahweh’s presence because he is coming. He is coming to judge the earth. He will judge the world with righteousness and its people with his truth.
We have a bunch of juniper logs piled up so I thought I could use them to make a display wall for my projects that I show at the end of my videos! In this video, Husband and I roughly mill up some logs and I put them up on a wall in my corner! Yay!
Music: JewelBeat by Funky Night, and At the Shore by incompetech.com