A domestic wood cut in Northern Michigan and Wisconsin, Basswood is desired because of its economy, workability and finishing qualities. Its close, tight homogeneous grain structure makes it ideal for a wide variety of hobby, craft and miniature projects. Thin Basswood may be cut with a hobby knife; thicker Basswood requires a saw for cutting. Basswood may be stained or painted to represent any wood type. Each sheet goes through a five-step inspection process to meet the most demanding requirements.
24" long sheets in varying thicknesses and widths.
(Wood dust is a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer.)