Truth be told, I'd really rather be working but I appreciate the time I've been given to get caught up around the house. Sometimes you don't know how lucky you are, right?
Yesterday I fixed some things around the house that have been woefully broken for years, some as long as 15 years. Believe me! I fixed the cabinet door latch that had been broken for ages, and finally removed the jug of water that had been holding it closed:
Frentz & Sons Hardware Store, and less than 2 minutes to install. Tell me again why I put up with this all these years???
Next I installed the new handle on the laundry tub, broken by the crazy Argentinians who did my bathroom do-over in 2011. Okay, it's been a long time coming. I had purchased the handle about 6 months ago but it came with screws that were way too long, even with a washer or two. So it sat in a ZipLoc until Monday.
Then I glued my door jamb back together after the wind had whipped the storm door out of our hands last winter:
After tidying up my Craft Cave a bit (mighty little bit) I worked on my Caddy Pad. I can't wait to use this at my next workshop:
Continental Irons (purchased from Vermont Country Store).
I can't wait to work on my next project. A quilt, a UFO, hmmm??? What should it be?