It’s now February and the project was installed and completed in November of 2013. I have since recovered and have five new projects lined up, one being my own Master Bedroom Closet, which has been waiting for three years now… But I d...
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Location: Seattle, WA
I love to do woodworking of all kinds. I find that I dream about making original pieces of furniture - and end up making original pieces. Each project/piece leads me to the belief that what I do is wonderful, beautiful, functional, quality work and that I can build ANYthing. Now, if I could just make time shift in some way...
-- Cindy in Seattle, http://visionationwoodworking.com
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How in the world did over 200 days pass by since my last entry?! Wow. Yes – I’m still working on this project. Yes – the clients are still my very good friends (bless them!). Yes – I still look forward ...
After about 135 hours of designing and collaborating, I made the purchases of the sheet goods and rough hardwood lumber. The first challenge was, “Where the heck am I going to store this while milling?” I bought 3/4” and 1/4...
As usual, the design process begins with a Vision and some Imagination and a cocktail-napkin scribble. This is one of my favorite parts and the most important element of the project. The time spent with my customer making details com...