|Project by CFrye||posted 11-14-2014 03:14 PM||2260 views||5 times favorited||34 comments|
Mom has been wanting a scarf holder for YEARS. Any pre-woodworking ideas I had for making one were best left undone. Then I got interested in woodworking, found this site and other examples like this one by KnotCurser. I put my own spin on the theme and came up with this. It is made of 3/4” pine, drilled with a hole saw on the drill press and all edges rounded over with the compact router my sweetie bought me. The notes were inspired by this project of bazz135uk and are cut from 1/8” walnut and glued in place. There are 3 french cletes holding proud of the wall to give the scarves room to be added/removed easily. Finished with gloss poly.
Confession: This was last year’s Christmas present that I didn’t actually get finished and hung until Spring. I don’t do well with dead lines.
Thanks for looking. Any comments are appreciated. I love the sharing attitude of the members on this site. You all continue to inspire me. For that, I thank each and everyone of you!
-- God bless, Candy