On Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 12:02:30 PM UTC-6, DerbyDad03 wrote:
I had wondered just how much woodworking you and others could be doing in t
hat cold weather. If you don't have some kind of heat, WW is probably non
As Leon said, we had some decent weather, then turned too cold for some fin
ishing. Last night, I brought the T astragal into the upholstery shop for
finishing (water base Varathane, so no fumes).... it's ready to install.
Bought 2 Pfeil curved scorps, one's handle kept coming off within 15 minute
s of initial use. Epoxy was about 55°, but I mixed it anyway. Seem
s the handle is holding, well, though I haven't put it through a rigorous t
Today, it's 43° and windy, feels like 38°. Neck scarf weather,
- Repaired a chair seat frame (upholstery)..... letting the glue dry, now.
I'll install the astragal, in the meantime.
- Despite the cold, I'm anxious to get back to work on the cypress chairs.
With the scorps in working order, I can envision some significant
progress, soon, but still lots of work to be done.
- The cold, rain and wind, lately, has shut down the shop's gable end sidin
work, but I'm anxious to get beck to that, also.... next week?
- During my (typical) several breaks from work, played some computer chess,
to pass the time.
On Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 2:57:03 PM UTC-5, Sonny wrote:
My tiny shop is in my basement. 3 block walls exposed, so it's chilly.
It's insulated and dry-walled, but still chilly.
I keep one of those oil filled portable "radiators" running on low 24-7 to
keep it comfortable.
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