A fine line is drawn
With a sharpen point
Light to the touch
Yet can still be seen
For dimension of lines
A fine line to cut
With the thickness of a blade
How close the cut
To the right side of the line
That is the goal of the craft
19 thoughts on “A Fine Line”
I love this it is true in life as well as in craft !
Sometimes, we have to let fine details go, just to get things done That is why I stopped doing woodworking for a living, now it is more pleasure to take the time to do my best. Thanks forthe comment
It a pleasure as it is true..
Mighty handsome words and finished product. 🙂 Have a happy rainy Friday.
Thank you Judy, sorry it sometimes takes me so long to reply, shorter days make for more work
Beautiful! Your boat building skills were put to great use elsewhere! Is this maple?
Hi Annie, thanks for the comment I used cherry to build this arts and craft cabinet. It had to fit in a space next to a pull down staircase to the attic. Couldn’t find something already made with shallow depth
Thank you, my problem now is my eyes are not as they used to be
But when they were, they were not as they had been previous to that. (-:
Thank you for saying that, my hands, my eyes and my mind still work and look forward to making use of them.
Oh yes! That is abundantly clear! I was teasing you just a little because I like you
Thank you, I do like a little teasing from someone with a good heart
Beautiful! So true as well 😊😊
Thank you, as I get older that fine line is always harder to see, but with extra light I still try. Thanks, sorry it took so long to reply
Well with time things do fade but at least living in the moment was worth it 😊
That it is, and it is always best to active and creative. thank you for the you kind words
My pleasure 😊😄