I tried very hard to ignore her. It didn't work. I heard her rummaging around the workroom. The next thing I knew, she had commandeered a small hanging cabinet. Her idea being, that it would hang on the wall near the townhouse, so that she could easily reach the aprons.
"Come on! It will be easy!", and with that said, she whisked it away to the kitchen. In about half an hour, I had it wallpapered, floored and a pole arrangement, like the one in the townhouse closet installed.
It wasn't easy, what with Tessie trying to fill the closet before it was finished and Widget helping out any way he could....His idea of helping is pushing in to get his ears scratched.
I showed this before, but I will repeat. It is an easy way to install closet poles. I simply cut a couple of boards to stand at each end of the closet. I drilled a hole in each one. Then I cut a skewer the length of the closet space. I won't give measurements. Each closet is different.
After I finished installing the rod, I started making wire hangers. Bending them as fast as I could, I made enough to hang five more aprons.
That makes a total of eight hanging up now.
Tessie has lots more to hang. It looks like I will be making wire hangers at Wednesday Witches today. I also still have to sew fasteners to the waistbands.
"Casey!!! Help me with this door!". Heaven forbid that she would put down the aprons and open it herself....
OK...I opened the door. Now you can see what I am up against....Lots and lots more aprons to hang.....Very little space to hang them in....
Unfortunately, the top is already almost full. If she keeps it up, the annex is going to need another annex....and another.....and maybe even another.
I just hope that once this annex and the regular closet are stuffed, she will be satisfied....
Just dreaming again, I know.
See you tomorrow with a finished apron annex.