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The oval board was a reproduction of an old board from the 40's/50's that a co-worker played on as a kid that his dad had. I've made a couple of them since. Took a photocopy of the original board and created a jig.
 

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What do ya make your jigs for the holes out of ? ? ? ?

Those are some darn nice boards....:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
I used a piece of hardboard for the oval board. The other boards I used a jig I bought at Rockler. It is made of acrylic. However, they'd be pretty easy to make if you can make your own design.

I also have a chinese checkers jig. Love doing those. They are pretty quick, easy, and fun.
 

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Hi, Great looking boards. Just started making some cribbage boards myself, nothing quite as fancy but I do have a ?.Did you make peg storage in the bottom and if so what did you use for the slotted bit? I'm having a hard time finding the right size. I used a 1/2 inch straight bit to gauge out the hole but now I need something slotted so I can cover it. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Very nice !!!

Very nice boards there.

I am working up jigs for dominoes. I have a few Hondura's Mahogony drops that will make great bones.
 
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