Monday, November 21, 2016

WORKSHOP UPDATE

I haven't done a workshop update for awhile.  With all of the yard work this past summer and our long fall, Bob still found time to turn out a couple of projects.

He made this sofa table from some old tepee poles, salvaged wood and pallet wood; plus some twigs. If we had a mountain cabin to go with it, I would keep it.  But, alas, it is off to the consignment shop.
 He also made this 7-foot table with two benches out of salvaged wood with lathe-turned legs.
People always ask for benches to go with farm tables; so hope this sells at the consignment shop.

Bob is always on the lookout for old wood, and has been known to do a little dumpster diving!  It's always nice to have a 14-year old grandson, to help!

I'm joining the following:
A Stroll Thru Life for Inspire Me Tuesday
Have a Daily Cup for Share Your Cup Thursday

2 comments:

srpprcrftr said...

We don't have a cabin but I would buy this exquisite table for my cottage living room. How gorgeous, so special, what a beautiful job of workmanship, very talented hubby. Second table and benches are so special also. What works of art both tables are. If nobody buys them they're crazy. What a special table for somebody's cabin, can't say it enuf how beautiful it is.

Have wonderful Thanksgiving

Jann Olson said...

Sally, Bob is such an amazing woodworker! Both pieces are gorgeous. I'm sure they will sell quickly. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann