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Question: George, you made a pair of Kitchen Tongs, where do you purchase maple or cherry wood 1 1/8″ thick? Submitted by Terry Answer: In my area, Wisconsin, it's pretty easy for me to get hardwoods that are 5/4' (1-1/4') and 8/4' (2') thick from my hardwood supplier.

I did a Google search for 'wood turning blanks' and there were lots of matches.Turning blanks will be thick so, if you can't find a hardwood supplier in your area, you can order turning blanks to get thick stock.

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