Another toy box made for Cain's first Christmas.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
|Sherry found a cutting table for her quilting studio (the third bedroom in the house). She showed the table to Sam, and he said, "I can do that."|
|And he did! The three bottom drawers are half depth with open shelves on the other side. The gatelegs fold in for easy storage when the full length top is not needed..|
|The top drawer goes all the way through to hold the long rulers and other items.|
|Beautiful red oak.|
|The slot to the right holds three self-healing cutting mats that cover each section when the table is fully extended. Folded up, it fits against the wall behind Sam.|
EDITED TO ADD PHOTOS AND DIMENSIONS:
Thanks to several sewing and quilting sites which have picked up my dream cutting table which was made by my husband, Sam, the comments have several requests for plans and dimensions. Sam checked his woodshop but did not keep his sketches. So, to the best of my ability with a yard stick, I took dimensions and added them to photos. PLEASE use them as a guideline!!!
The first time Sam and MY cutting table were picked up and shown on Facebook, I made certain to show it to him. I told him that he was famous!! ;-)
Sherry, the wife
Monday, June 11, 2012
Saturday, June 9, 2012
Friday, June 8, 2012
Not much going on the the shop the first part of 2011. Keep finding things to add and build for the shop itself. Then Sherry came in from shopping at a kitchen supply store and asked, "What are you going to do with the ends of those baseball bat blanks?"
Sam had previously made a stop at D-Bats in Mt. Pleasant. After a tour, he left with quite a few pieces of wood...round wood. All of the baseball blanks are the same length. When children's bats are made, the ends are cut off and discarded. They were standing in a box waiting on a purpose.
|Sherry said, "PERFECT!" Make some more for gifts!!|
|Jonathan visiting and cooking.|
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
Sam showed Sherry a photo of a dust collection system. A bonnet on top of a trash can. After a trip to the fabric store for Sherry and the home improvement store for Sam...this is what we came up with. It attaches to the planer at less than half the cost of the store-bought item.