Big shakes down in the studio. Dave finished the ironing table that he's spent the past year designing and making. It's as sturdy as Fort Knox and will fold up vertically and roll away on locking wheels if I want to store it out of the way. I've been quilting for more than 30 years, and this is the first ironing table I've had!
He made four drawers to hold my ironing paraphernalia (and maybe some fabric). It's the perfect height for me, which means I'll probably use it as a work table in addition to an ironing board. It's 28 by 80 inches.
|Dave staples the cover to the back of the board.|
I'm putting together a little packet for each bird so I can take them on this year's trip to Sedona. I have about eight more birds to do to complete the thirty in Sue Spargo's bird book.
I wish I had more to report on, but I haven't been working on much since finishing the baby quilt. I'm thinking of making another wonky log cabin using my own painted fabric, but first I have to clear off the cutting table so I can use it as a paint table and I've been too lazy to do that. These rainy, grey days make me really sluggish.
Have a colorful day