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Cribbage Board

Padauk and Mahogany cribbage board (box) with splines. No pocket holes in this project, but most of my jigs took advantage of pocket hole technology. Note the stands and the slot jig. Even the sleds used Kreg pocket hole screws to attach the fence to the base board!
I actually built two boards, one out of scrap sapele ply and the other out of scrap padauk. The ply prototype was supposed to be my mistake board, but it came out nice too.

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Comment by Win Lindner on January 25, 2011 at 8:28am

Michael, So cool do you mind if I use a photo of your project? I want to add a blog post to my site and link back to this page. But I always like to have a photo in the post. This is my blog : http://www.cribbageboardsforsale.com/blog/ .  Anyway, you did a great job on these two cribbage boards and us of the Kreg Jig . I will probably have a title for post such as : With Kreg Jig it's easy to build a custom cribbage board , Looking forward to your response.

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