Best Woodworking Project to give as a Gift? | Wood Project
Best Woodworking Project to give as a Gift? | Wood Project
What do you think is the best gift a woodworking can give for any occasion? Well you will have to watch my video fully to see what I think is! This is just one of those wood projects that can be made as a gift to be given for weddings, birthdays, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and you name it. If you are a woodworker, you should definitely give this woodworking projects a shot. Everyone should give this DIY Wood Project a Shot. Thanks!
Great job!! Very neat design ideas. More commentary would be good for me…music gets a bit redundant.
Very, very good job. And just like you, I like listening to music when I’m woodworking. What’s the name of the song in your video (because I do like it)? thanks.
I am sure you’ll learn how to make it if you’ll read woodprix HANDBOOKS from cover to cover 🙂
I was thinking socks made of wood shavings.
This time I will use woodprix plans to make it easy with my own hands.
I just found your channel today. It was sure fun to see you make a cutting board. Saying that, I have yet to make one myself but when I do, watching cool videos like yours sure does give me great ideas for the future. For a woodworking gift, I have found that for the most part, ppl I know would like to have a customized picture frame. This I do. But someday when I make cutting Boards, I am sure that THIS Is what they will be wanting 😉 From MY Maker Channel to YOUR Maker Channel, I pray you will have the Best Christmas Ever!!
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very nice job – DONT LAY YOUR HAND PLANE ON THE BENCH LIKE THAT
I love boxes of all shapes and sizes
Are you leaving the edges sharp?
Too many machines!
Nice workmanship and a Great looking board, I’d like to hear your commentary as you work and why you do things the way you do, I’m just starting out and built my first generic workbench so I’d have something to use as an assembly table, so hearing your thoughts as you work would be good for me!
Beautiful cutting board and glad to see you have a “real” shop like mine. Bikes and kids toys in the way. Haha
Nice looking but I’ve heard you should never use a wooden cutting board because of the bacteria that could grow in cuts of the wood
That is a nice looking piece thank you for sharing
Awesome job. Just wondering which video editor do you use for your videos. Great job on it.
do you think the board might crack from the wood grain working against each other since you have end grain and long grain on the board. i am no expert but i have seen videos with this problem before
Beautiful cutting board…and I agree that it is a great gift idea…but the person you give it to might think it is too pretty to use 🙂
What song is this?
A cutting board very cute and I love the stripes and different running grains. Thank you for sharing!
Love your work man great channel please keep posting! Peace
Nice. But prefer a keepsake box. I know it requires more work, but is also more personal.
Best music I’ve head so far during projects def beats the elevator music 😉
I just found your channel and subscribed. I’ll be watching as I enjoy viewing wood working on YouTube!
Thanks for your efforts and a great video production!
I really like how you glue up, cut strips, glue up, cut diagonals, glue up, cut strips, and glue up. Very nice finished project from glue and flipping 👍🏻
At 1:00 I thought the glue was mustard
Your imagination is your only limitation
I like the feet you used can you tell me the place you got them. maybe amazon?
Very nice, thank you for sharing!!!
For my end grain to long grain attachment here let me explain my thoughts for the wood movement gurus. If you look at the growth rings I am gluing them perpendicular to the long grain. So the majority of the movement isn’t interactive between these to parts. What really matters is the fact that you have QS expansion and contraction in line with the long grain. There will be less than a 4% difference in wood movement between the two parts. A very common end grain application is to have a solid end grain board surrounded by another wood species. Well when you do that you have two sides of the borders running with the grain of the center, but the other two sides run perpendicular which has a 4% difference in wood movement. With such small scale you most likely aren’t going to have any issues, and I am actually only half of that here. Wouldn’t completely saturating the cutting board with oil be worst case scenario after using kiln dried lumber? No issues, months later after building and shipping it to another state, no issues.
I am using the fact that plain sawn lumber shrinks roughly 8% when kiln dried, and rift sawn shrinks roughly 4%. So the difference in gluing Rift sawn to Plain sawn is a 4% delta in wood movement, and rift sawn to long grain is just under a 4% delta. Vs Plain sawn grain to long grain which is an 8% delta.
Is the lighter color wood actually particle board? It sure looks like it is!!
Very nice board, but if you have 10 woodworker friends, giving you 1 board each, every occasion, you’ll probably start to think of it as firewood……
Just found your channel today as it showed up in my feed….WOW! I didn’t know TREVOR LAURENCE was a woodworker and had a YT channel!! (LOL) Loved the song choice enough to Soundhound it and download it from Spotify! Great choice! Very nice looking board – had not seen one like this before. Hope that you are still around and are continuing to develop your skills/craft!
I am the 2000 suber
I’ve always gave homemade gifts that I made since I was a kid
I think the vdo works fine as it is – with minimal (distracting) commentary. However, having read your explanation below – all that 4% and 8% delta stuff – I’m not sure how important it is for hobbyist woodworkers, but just imagine the havoc it’d have created in our ‘sawdust’ brains in the form of running commentary. Phew! I think you chose the best presentation for your vdo the way it is.
Looked great, though probably more work than I’d want to out into a cutting board though. But still, it’s something I’m going to try along with box making that can be done with minimal tools.
Awesome work! Glad i found your channel!!!
This would be a good video without the music.
Exquisit work! I loved it
Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already 🙂
Stodoys is nice for that.
I’m just starting out in woodworking, got some basic tools, router, jigsaw and sander, have you got some ideas what I could do to start
A tape measure can never have enough