Building a piece of furniture from a medieval manuscript can be a tricky prospect and I only hope in the end I do all of these pieces justice. Some of the pieces I understand from the first time I see them, but a few of the pieces have taken study, research, thought, and lots of drawings to tease the secrets from them. The footstool was one of these difficult pieces.
From here the footstool begins the process of painting and in the shop I start building the first of three different chairs,
I'm afraid if you want more details, you'll have to wait until I'm done writing the book.
It's good to be busy.
Ratione et Passionis