....è là , nella mente e nel sogno, dove è possibile recuperare le speranze e le aspettative, dove volere è potere e tutto diviene possibile, dove la fantasia e la creatività non vengono strangolate dai ritmi di una vita frenetica ed il tempo scorre lentamente, dove la mente vola libera senza restrizioni, dove finalmente si è liberi di essere e ci si può rifugiare e prendere un respiro. The attic of the lost time....is there, in the mind and dreams, where is possible to recover the hopes and the expectations, where what you want is what you can and everything becomes possible, where fantasy and creativity are not strangled from the rhythms of a phrenetic life and time flows slowly, where the mind flyes free with no restrictions, where finally one is free of being and can refuge in and take a breath.
I was working on the mirror project using a pair of "craft" trestles, very light and simple ones and every time my back was hurting a lot as those where also too low.
So Fredy, my DH, decided to help me and built something that will last forever :)...after two days of work, a lot of drilled holes and sanding, here they are !
They are made in beech wood and I have also added a side shelf to have a handy place for threads and tools; each trestle weights 10 Kg and is very firm so stitching now is much more comfortable. If you have a member of your family that can help you, here are the sizes and number of pieces needed to make a pair of them:
Foots: 4 pieces 8x6x35 cm
Vertical bars: 4 pieces 8x4x73 cm
Horizontal bars: 4 pieces 6x4x60 cm
Top horizontal bars: 2 pieces 6x6x90 cm
Shelf: 1 piece 10x2x90 cm
n. 32 Screws: 10 cm long x 5 mm diameter
n. 16 Wooden dowel: 4 cm long x 1 cm diameter
n. 2 L shaped metal bar 4x10 cm and 8 screws 2 cm x 5 mm diameter (to assembly the shelf).
Each point is fixed using a wooden dowel in the middle and a screw one on left and one right side of the dowel.
Finished dimensions are: 85 cm tall x 90 cm wide.
Thank you Hubby !!