I got another request from a customer that I have built 3 projects for
in the last year, the last being the walnut curio cabinets.
This is like playing golf. You have a bad round and on the eighteenth,
you chip in from 50 yards out.
I share with you the type requests that put a smile on my face.
You must say yes!
I am in need of a wooden box for an embroidered knot garden. I make the
knot garden, you make the box. I have the cardboard box that I will give
to Kim tomorrow for the dimensions, if you are willing. I would like a
shadow box on top too. Plus the front side that could be opened. Really
hoping you are interested.
Armed with 30 or 40 seconds of familiarity with knot gardens, I am
puzzled by the specification above. Why would one open one side of a
planter box, and how would one get it closed again if some of the soil
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On Monday, April 21, 2014 10:52:00 PM UTC-5, Leon wrote:
Dear Leon, You must say yes! I am in need of a wooden box for an embroidered knot garden.
Hah! A somewhat similar request, I had, to make the vertical planters for the master gardeners. Back then, I had no idea what a vertical planter was.
It's these atypical projects, I find, that can be challenging, in their own right. Kinna like applying one idea/application for/to another media/genre.
I'll look forward to the results. You'll have to show us Joanne's embroidery, also. Appreciating another's skills, in a different media, is enjoyable and appreciated, also, as with your wife's quilts.
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