Covid-Sequestration has nudged the masses back to kitchen-table basics. Hobbies, crafts, improvements, renovations. Here, a few local efforts:
How it is made: Cylindrical Vessel No. 1
How it is made: Cylindrical Vessels Nos. 2 & 3
How it is made: Cedar cabinet reclaimed from cedar wardrobe (April 2021)
BONUS: How it is done: Bedroom refurbishment (February 2021)
How it is made: Slat shelf
How it is made: Spruce scrap into scrappy tray (2022)
February 2022 – Mantle shelf No. 2: Mini table with complementary earring tray. The little box weighs less than a USD 25¢ piece! Fashioned from the c.1910 drawer bottom dregs salvaged from a U. of Penn administration building renovation.
How it is made: Spruce side shelf –
Completed December 2021, this shelf sat in the rafters, waiting the right hooks. They never arrived, I tried a couple of Lee Valley chrome hooks. Not period-correct. Eventually two c.1927 nickel-plated brass bath hooks are robbed from other locations to complete this shelf.