What's on your workbench Wednesday.
Some time ago I wrote about Tranhumance crafting. I'm sure you work in the same manner - as winter approaches the crafting table moves closer and closer to the fire.
This week has seen me working back in the house (not in the studio at the bottom of the garden). It was because I was trying to juggle too many things, I needed to fit my crafting around the children, but I must admit that crossing the garden in the wind and rain has not been attractive.
So here is my workbench - the kitchen work surface, and a tray to take it away in between working.
I have been making flower brooches for my Polly Polkadot cabinet in The Emporium, Machynlleth. I had planned to deliver them personally (which may have required me calling into Wheelers Fabrics once more), but clearly my plan was spotted and the car broke down. So OH dropped them off on his way to work. However I decided to make some more, so that I can visit next week instead!
Using a glue gun and buttons has attracted my assistant (aged 2 and half), half my buttons are now on his necklace. He is very disappointed that the glue gun does not squirt water, and he has offered rather too frequently to plug it in, in the hope that it might start working. So the glue gun is definately going back to its box in the studio.
Take a trip over to stamping ground to see how the weather has affected everyone elses work bench this week.