For micro economy I am making cutting boards, potatoes, and hot chocolate with Pasha. The longest and the most difficult of the things I had to make were the cutting boards. The cutting boards were made from cherry, hickory and birch. We started by gluing them all together in the designs we wanted. Then after the cutting boards dried we used the plainer to bring them to size and remove the extra glue. The next step was the hardest and the most time consuming; it was to sand them off first with 60 grit, then with 120, then 220. After that we finished them with mineral water and when they’re dry they’re done.