Oh...At the last minute I Grouped everything so you could easily move to any size material.
Relocate to your board and place it, the press U to ungroup it, recalc, and everything should be good to go as it's Automatic Vector Selection by layer.
Another thing on this one is it's a dark wood...usually use an 82 degree countersink(but I dropped it on the concrete floor that day
Also the recipient was 80 years old, so used a 60 degree for the countersink to make holes easier to see and put peg in.
So holes are a little deeper to take into account the 60* countersink.
On lighter colored woods, a lighter countersink(or none....but better with one according to the pros...also where I got the 82* countersink advice) the holes are end grain, and soak up enough finish for a good contrast usually. But countersink is important to people with degrading/poor vision like my step-mom.
Went NUTS designing crib boards as I don't even play the game...Had to keep asking Cribbage addicts for design and "Perfect Feel" for the crib peg and hole:)
Always had to make sure I had the holes and lines right
FIRST crib board done with Dad from scratch....IF paying a reasonable wage would probably have cost $1,000US with all the protos and mistakes I made as a beginner
Hope this helps anyone for Christmas....I like Beki's much better!!
Too bad I don't have any inclination to play.