A Chopping board made from scrap red iron bark.
organise the scrap lengths by colour and identify a pattern.
Glue thoroughly and clamp top down and depth wise.
Give it at least a day to dry.
Sand the top and bottom surface till relatively flat. A thicknesser will make quick work of this.
A thicker length of ironbark glued to the front give a lip that prevents the board from mmoving on the benchtop.
A mitre saw squares off each end. A 75 degree angle is used.
Give the board one last sand and then apply food safe mineral oil
Add a second layer of oil, wwait for it to be absorded, then wipe off the excess.
Enjoy your new cutting board.
Apply additional mineral oil as needed.