Video: Cherry Logs Peeled Into Veneer & Printed as Book Covers

By Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 03/28/2014 2:24PM


Field Notes Watch as cherry logs are selected from Illinois and Wisconsin forests then peeled into thin veneer to create wood covers for a memo notebook.

Field Notes is a brand of Draplin Design Co., Portland, OR and Coudal Partners, Chicago, IL. The cherry veneer was cut by Graphic Wood Technologies located in Spooner, WI.


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Michaelle Bradford

Michaelle Bradford

Michaelle Bradford is Managing Editor of Woodworking Network magazine and Custom Built Interiors Weekly eNewsletter. She can be reached at or Google+.

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Ohio  |  March, 31, 2014 at 07:34 AM

seriously?! cherry veneer for covers of disposable memo notebooks? what a waste of beautiful logs...


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