Hi all. Just a quick post to show Hannah completed. Since my tablet slipped out of the unzipped makeshift case, hit the hardwood floor and slid a few feet, making a pouch for it now using Hannah is moot. And saying I found a cabinet maker may be also.
He is a nice guy, has been at this for years and does very nice work. But he never heard of a rat-tail hinge, extended sides, or mixing door sizes in one unit. I showed him this photo. I don't know if the sides are called hutch, apron, extended, pain in the ass, whatever, he's never done them. I then come home to hear a message from my sister that she is going to see the doctor because she is out of breath and fluid is once again building in her lungs. My brother's message was that his doctor is squeezing him into the schedule tomorrow for a necessary scope and I need to take him. Does the kitchen matter?
So here's flat Hannah..
and sack Hannah.
Who knows what her final resting pose will be. She heard from the others that there is no such thing as FINAL in this house, nor rest. You probably think it's weird to hang the sampler sideways but it's different and my other sack needs someone to hang with. I think with some feathers and a few gourds, they would make a great primitive display from a peg, or rusty baling hook. I've decided to move all the samplers to one wall in the new room whenever the chair rail is up and the painting is done. Ed hasn't returned my calls.
The sun is out and it's finally warming here.
Enjoy your day and thanks for visiting!