Strop Case

I was gonna get sharpening stuff  for my parents for their kitchen knives and I was looking for stones and then, I ended up making strops for them, too.   I made 2 so they can choose one. It's just cutting wood to the sizes and gluing them so nothing difficult.

The following picture is the one I made a little over a year ago.

The thing was, the magnets I used were so weak(I think it's from a bad batch)... I didn't notice it until the end. They at least help you align the lid. Anyways, just before applying the finish, I noticed there was a crack in the ambrosia maple so I put inlay there.


 No video this time:)

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nice cases YRTi ! i love ambrosia maple.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

Nice keeping the strop and compound in one place
nicely done, nice boxes.


Pottz, thank you! My parents took the birch one:) They like basic style.
Corelz, Thank you! yeah, It's very handy.
Ron, Thank you! It's a good way to use up leftover wood!

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For a kitchen tool these sure are tops!

The way you accented the maple case is really nice! Parents took the birch one because they didn't want to seem greedy 👍
Splinter, Thank you! we are super greedy but we just like basic stuff, haha. 

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Both are beautiful, but I'm with the crowd, and like that Ambrosia Maple one the best.
These are beautiful, of course I love everything you post!

-- Paul--- Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. — Scott Adams

George, Thank you! I made both so I'm happy either way people choose!
Tinnman, Thank you! I like how people welcome new posts here so I post whatever I make.

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Nice work, I like the spot to hold the compound... I'm always misplacing mine lol

Thank you Mos. Once you finish your table saw re-build, you can glue the pieces from your test cuts by the table saw and you'll have the strop case! 

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Nicely done!

Ryan/// ~sigh~ I blew up another bowl. Moke told me "I made the inside bigger than the outside".

Nice job, kind of like the birch one myself as well :)
RyanGi, MikeB thank you! 

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Thank you Steve!

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Great job and the wood used is really NICE !!!
Mike, Thank you!

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