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November 2010

Issue Number: 201
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End-Grain Butcher Block Cutting Board Woodworking Plan

From the earliest times when wooden butcher blocks were little more than slabs of tree trunk, end grain provided a superior cutting surface. Why? Because the grain makes for a tough, durable face that self-heals, closing up when cut by a knife. These days you can make your own butcher block for projects ranging from cutting boards to countertops with this simple technique.

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Greene & Greene-Style Clock Woodworking Plan

The delicate mahogany grain on this classic clock allows your eye to focus on the decorative handmade tile and swinging pendulum. The instructions include a source for all the necessary hardware.

Overall Dimensions: 16" high by 5" deep by 12" wide.

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