A Celtic Knot Lazy Larry


The other day I made a Mobius design and said I had some variations… well yesterday I was playing around with a little celtic corner knot for the Lazy Larry.

The method for making this is similar to the Mobius … just the angles have been changed to protect the innocent…

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The Lazy Larry is 19 mm [3/4″] thick and 580 mm [23″] in diameter.. I used Tasmanian Blackwood, New Guniea Rosewood, Queensland Red Cedar for the weave… with Camphor Laurel as the background…

Having an Incra Mitre Express makes cutting these shapes on the table saw …a cinch…

The circle was cut using a bandsaw. Biscuits were utilised to attach the border to the main square of the knot… Sanded to 240 grit and then three coats of Tung Oil Finish.

About Lazy Larry

Just a woodworker sharing some of the things learnt the hard way... so you don't make the same mistakes...
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One Response to A Celtic Knot Lazy Larry

  1. Dannad says:

    Stunning mate, just stunning

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