the good thing about starting too many projects at once is that when you finally get around to dealing with them, it looks like you build stuff in record time, knocking off projects on a two-a-week basis.
Here’s what’s coming down the pike:
This chest – it falls in the House of the Rising Sun category – I started it in April or May, left it alone until July or August, then picked it back up in Oct. Only to leave it til now. So it’s all over the map. But it will work out. I have to panel the other end, then fit the till. That’s tomorrow.
I have a bunch of book stands underway. And this is the last joint stool to come out of this shop in its present configuration.
Here’s one that will fall by the wayside – it’s aiming to be a box; but it will have to wait. there’s priorities you know.
This one should be do-able. Just some funny paint left to finish up.
Those are all I could get near with a camera today. there’s more in there, I think. Two more chests, the chest of drawers will wait – it’s a long-term project. And lots of stuff rattling around in my head.
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Wow the panel in the third pic–the one with the acanthus S-scrolls is beautiful.
beautiful stuff Peter. There are a few things that I miss, friends of course, the program, Center of Crafts in general and in particular what you were up to at any given time. Glad I can follow you on the blog.
Are the outlines for the diamond shapes in the panels of the first chest you show just cut in with a parting tool (and a steady hand)?
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