I’ve managed to get a few working sessions in the shop and now have some real progress on the shop reorg.
The old kitchen cabinet is in its new home. The stuff on top is waiting for me to sort it out. Some goes to trash and some goes in the drawers. The grinder is likely to stay there.
The old workbench that was here has been returned to kit form – that is torn to pieces and gone. Now my chop saw and router table (the thing under the cover) will live here. Yes, that is a fire extinguisher. Yes, I need one in the shop. No I haven’t set anything on fire for years. No, I don’t want to talk about it.
The project is far from done, but I am making slow progress.
I would have made more progress, but last Saturday was the quarterly marquetry workshop where we made tissue boxes. I didn’t finish mine, but I am making a twin of this box I made a few years ago:
The pattern is a Hawaiian petroglyph. I saw one the last time I was on the big island and liked it. This box normally lives in our Hawaiian themed bathroom. The new tissue box will be for this year’s Christmas gifts.
If you need me – I’ll be in the shop,