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Make an Oversized Round Cutting Board

Lee Valley’s Patrick Laperrière is back at the lathe again to show us how he made this oversized cutting board that would be a treasure in any kitchen.

Tools for This Project

Applying Walrus Oil cutting board oil to the unfinished surface of a newly made wooden cutting board

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Walrus Oil Cutting Board Oil

$13.50

05H4112 - Veritas Clamp Rails

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Veritas Clamp Rails

$38.50

Scraping finish off wood using the triangle blade

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Detail Hand Scraper

$52.50

22R7260 - Professional Face Shield

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Professional Face Shield

$78.50

Drawing a curved line on wood using a Pica-Dry Mechanical Pencil and a drawing bow

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Pica-Dry Mechanical Pencil

From: $18.20

00S5105 - 1" x  5/16" Bumper Feet, each

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Brown Bumper Feet

From: $0.65