I bought this quilt hanger/shelf last month. It's solid wood, so kinda heavy. I could wait for my son-in-law to hang it for me, or my brother offered to come over and do it, but I hate to bother either of them. I figured I'd give it a shot and if I screwed it up, they could fix it! So, today I gave it a shot! And, it's level too! I bought the shelf from Country Store of Geneva - love their stuff. Also bought an old looking medicine cabinet for the new bathroom in the basement -- when it gets built, that is! I'll be replacing the light over the table sometime too -- it's on my list!
Yesterday we were in the deep freeze with howling winds and -18° - wind chills in the -35 to -40 range. Nasty day. Today it's still cold, finally reached 0° this afternoon, but no wind, so its bearable. Poor dog just about froze every time I took him out. I'd bring him back in and wrap him in an afghan in order to warm him up. I got nothing done yesterday either except I baked a cake and made a loaf of bread.
My to-do list today is partially done, but instead of finishing, I did some extra things, like hang this shelf and clean out my bathroom cabinet. When I moved in and started to unpack, I just shoved things into cabinets and closets, so now it's time to rearrange and clean them out. I've done my walk-in closet and the bathroom. Hope to start on the kitchen cabinets soon.
The quilt on the shelf, btw, was a Country Threads quilt on the cover of I think American Patchwork and Quilting magazine the first year it came out. That was basically the first applique I did, other than the first quilting class I took.
Until next time....blessings.