Classic Cutting Board Kit - Maple, Cherry & Walnut

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Classic Cutting Board Kit - Maple, Cherry & Walnut

$99.00 /Kit

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  • Fine American hardwood
  • Ready to use
  • Choose a mix

This ensemble of beautiful American hardwood invites you to craft a culinary masterpiece that harmonizes the deep richness of walnut, the gentle elegance of maple, and the vibrant allure of cherry.

You get enough wood to make one large cutting board (approx: 1"x13"x18" arranged on edge) or cut them to suit your imagination.

Kit includes 18 pre-sized cuting board strips 3/4"x1-3/4"x18", and you choose your assortment

Width 1-3/4"
Length 18"
Quantity 18 pieces
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December 9th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Great first experience
This was my first time using Woodworkers Source and it was a great experience. I'm still pretty new to woodworking and, heretofore, most of my wood was purchased from big box stores. So, when I open a box of wood where all of the boards are not warped and have a good edge to cut on, it was amazing! Everything included was as promised, the boards were clean and straight, and there was enough to craft 2 or 3 cutting boards. Plus, the commentary at the bottom of the shipping notice was hilarious! I've saved that and shared with many others! I will definitely be a repeat customer!
Familiarity: I haven't used it yet
December 4th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Severn Maryland
butcher black
the wood was just ok some were cup and a few had bug wholes that right in the size that I was planning to that's just bad luck, but the first order I received some months ago was outstanding .
November 25th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Cutting board kit
The wood is beautiful. I will be purchasing for you again in the future
November 16th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Williston Park NY
Excellent Kit
Fantastic kit! Made a 12x16 board and with the the leftovers made a pair of small serving boards as well. Wood were excellent choices with great edges, making this a breeze to rip and glue up.
October 3rd, 2020
Verified Buyer
Travis and
Lovely selection of wood leaving the creativity to me.
I've only made a few boards and nothing from a kit. This purchase brought some color coordinated woods together for me to work with. Perfect! That said, I may make the one they use in their site. It look really good!
October 2nd, 2020
Centreville VA
Some assembly required
I ordered a cutting board and all I got was a box of wood and some glue. Talk about 'some assembly required.' :) The wood arrived well packaged and in good condition. I also ordered the glue and mineral spirits since it was cheaper than buying the same locally. There was plenty of wood--more than I was expecting--which allowed me to make one cutting board and two small (what I'm calling) cheese boards. Why the 4 starts instead of 5? One board had a huge snipe problem. It was very noticeable and was unusable as is and should not have been included in a cutting board kit. I had to drive to a friend's shop and borrow his planer to fix it. Even still, it was a great kit.
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