Right here they’re. The final six bins. And so it involves an finish. I
did it. I made 52 bins in 52 weeks. To be trustworthy, I by no means
doubted that I might. Nevertheless, I used to be not sure of how good the
bins could be. On the entire, I feel they turned out very
good, and a few of them are implausible. There are few
less-than-grand bins within the combine, too. At any price, I hope you
take pleasure in these. When you’d prefer to learn extra about considered one of them (or
see extra photos), click on the hyperlink and go straight to the weblog
submit about each.
It was powerful to make one other field after field 45, however I feel I did alright. I just like the pull on
this one, and the ft. The painted fringe of the lid is cool,
too. It’s designed to carry tea packets.
This field was made with the identical dimensions (and even from the
identical board) as field 46. I wished to see if I might make two
bins that had the identical dimensions however the place nonetheless
distinctive. This one has a distinct base, and the lid was accomplished
otherwise. It’s good, however inferior to 46.
That is the primary sq. field that I’ve ever made. I really
made two of it. One for me and one for a buddy’s daughter.
It’s vertical grain Douglas fir and really cool.
Mike Pekovich as soon as advised me a few samurai’s inro field that he
noticed in a musuem. It impressed this field. These three bins stack
on high of one another.
Utilizing the identical dimenions I utilized in field 49 as a place to begin,
I angled the perimeters in barely to make a field that I actually like
loads. It’s small, simply three in. by 6 in., however very elegant.
With out query that is one of the best piece (field or in any other case) that
I’ve ever made.
One other stacking field impressed by Japanese inro and bento bins.
I went sq. this time, and the person bins are shorter,
too. This one, I feel, is best than field 49.