Construction

Today I built a table and four chairs. Okay, it was flat-packed and I had to put it together. But that was a challenge in itself. Instructions are a pain to follow at the best of times, but when there are only pictures and no actual instruction – and the pictures are hand-drawn and not very clear – well, there lies the challenge. But it’s done. And it looks good. And no-one will notice the mistakes (maybe until they put too much pressure – such as a backside – on the dodgy chair….).

I also finished the quilt top for my sisters’ quilt. It looks really good (I think), though is still a bit small, so I’ll have to sew in a couple of borders or something. Photos will follow some time.

I now have five canvasses to paint to hang on a bedroom wall…. Maybe I’ll start that tomorrow.

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3 thoughts on “Construction

  1. And when you finish that how about replanting the garden, extending the house,learning to speak Swahili, training the next Melbourne Cup winner and knitting a jumper. Then you can have a cuppa and watch TV for a while before dinner.

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