Wisconsin Pallet Cutout

It turns out I’m a bit of a liar. In my post about the abstract nightstand I said I only managed to squeeze in one project in May, but I actually completed a second project. One of the four weddings I attended was in Madison – yay for not having to travel! My friends had a beautiful, intimate, and down to earth ceremony. They said they didn’t want any gifts, but not one to always follow the rules I decided to make them a gift anyway. Continue reading “Wisconsin Pallet Cutout”

Abstract nightstand

I’m baaaaaaack and I hope my readers are too! Sorry for the long break, May was a crazy month (4 weddings) and this past week was a doozy. I’m still processing the events of last week, and when I feel ready I will probably talk about them on here. Three of the four weddings were on the East Coast, but somehow in the chaos of all that travel I did manage to squeeze in a project. Before this, my nightstand was a TV tray. It’s a nice wooden TV tray, but was quite pathetic next to my beautiful headboard. Unlike some of my previous projects, I didn’t really have a vision going into this project. I simply knew I wanted a nicer nightstand than I currently had. Continue reading “Abstract nightstand”

Pallet coffee table

Hi friends, welcome to my blog! This is my first blogging experience, so bear with me as I stumble through this. If the name didn’t tip you off, I love sewing and woodworking, probably because they both involve power tools! I would like to start with a project that I am very proud of, my pallet coffee table. This post is a bit wordy, sorry about that – feel free to just look through the pretty pictures. Continue reading “Pallet coffee table”