I’ve always done different arts and crafts, knitting being the main one. I think I’m an unusual crafter because I refuse to start a new project or even buy materials for a new project until my current one is done. I can’t stand the idea of all of the yarn or fabric piling up and […]
Archive for the ‘violins’ Category
This past week I had the fun job of replacing my first corner. An 1/8th sized rental violin came back with the lower treble corner on the top knocked off. This is a pretty common thing to happen to rental violins. When a kid is learning how to hold the instrument, coordinate his/her fingers on […]
I’m slowly on my way to rejoining the cello top that was split in half. To start gluing it together we clamped one half of it onto a plank of plywood, then lined the other half up and just tacked the ends together with hide glue. Next I fit matching towers of wood on either […]
If at first, second, third you don’t succeed….
Hello to everyone visiting my site. Thank you for taking a look. My wonderful friend and former college housemate Ariel has been doing a lovely job putting this site together for me. I am currently in the middle of a move. My husband and I will be moving from Chicago to Milwaukee, initially just for […]