My wife wanted a Lazy Susan for the downstairs island. She entertains down there often and would like a way for all her friends to be able to easily enjoy the variety of snacks and goodies that she makes available. There's actually very little that makes a Lazy Susan interesting since it's basically just the hardware mounted onto a board. With that in mind, I tried to come up with a way to spice it up a bit and to incorporate some artistic interest into the piece. Well, I think I did it! I used the "weaving" technique that I've explained in a previous video and managed to work in eight different species of wood into the piece. Walnut, Maple, Honey Locust, Purple Heart, Yellow Heart, Ipe, Marblewood, and Mahogany. Check out the video and see just how I ended up making, what I think just might be, the prettiest Lazy Susan ever!