|Project by gepatino||posted 03-08-2016 03:17 PM||425 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
Coming back after being inactive (on the site) for a while.
In a family of five, you need as many coat hangers as clamps in the workshop.
This is the second one I made (the other is here).
I also used some recycled wood:
The board is a piece of low quality pine, the kind workers use in construction to make scaffolds, temporary workbenchs, concrete boxes (don’t even know the name in spanish), etc.
Needed some rough sanding to clean up the dirt, and then stained it using regular anyline (mixing blue and yellow to get a dark green).
The hooks were cut from a leftover piece of lenga used in the windows stools. Nothing fancy here, just cut the hooks with the jigsaw not even trying to make them equal, the idea was to make something quick and rustic.
The hooks are attached by a couple of srews from the back, though some of them are not that stable since the board is a bit cupped (and I don’t have a planer yet). But it fits it purpose.