Jock’s daughter wanted him to make her an occasional table, but he hated the photograph she sent. So he set to and designed his own, using cherry wood from a tree he cut down donkey’s years ago, in the garden at our first French house.
The top of the table is a large but light lift-off tray, with green baize on the bottom, so that it can be turned over to play cards or do a jigsaw puzzle.
to show scale
Jock with no project is unliveable with, so here is the embryo of his next embroidery, which he will look at for days, or maybe weeks, before setting needle to fabric. The subject is our neighbour, at her wedding last week.