Roundhouse doors at least as good as the pantry

By the time I had finished the third pair of doors, it was getting routine. Drill three holes, chamfer the end of the wire, bend and cut three little L-shaped pegs, insert the pegs into the hinges, and then into the holes. I could have kept going, but I’m sure glad there were only three doors at Pembroke! The last one (left-most) is a little … Continue reading Roundhouse doors at least as good as the pantry

Hanging the first roundhouse door

I’ve finally managed to clear a path to the modelling desk, and so, we can expect three things: some progress on the roundhouse, and a dramatic downturn in productivity on the cabinets, followed soon thereafter by remarks about endless renovation projects. Speaking of renovations, I was reminded that roundhouses actually have French doors, and that my only other attempt at a French door is not all that … Continue reading Hanging the first roundhouse door