Still have a decent stack of work to do this weekend, but so far I'm right on track. I have four panels of leather glued on to each of the three remaining card boxes I'm making. I should be able to put the bottom panels on tonight, leaving just the tops, the upholstery tacks, and the little bit of painting to be done tomorrow.
I also reassembled a broken table that I salvaged last week. It's antique or very close to it, just a simple affair with two fold up sides, spindle legs with wheels that are held together at the bottom with a shelf. The wood pegs attaching the legs and shelf had come apart, leaving nothing securing the legs at the bottom, so they fell right out of their holes in the top. I drilled out new holes in the wood that remained of the old pegs, inserted new dowels with glue and clamped all four legs to the shelf with a ratchet strap, glued the tops of the spindles back into the top, and have it flipped upside down with some stacks of scrap wood serving as a press. I will probably need to make new supports for the fold up sides; one is missing and the other is not in the best of shape, but that won't be too hard. I haven't decided how I'm going to finish it off; it's got a dark walnut stain on it now that isn't terrible but also isn't in the best of shape, so I don't really want to leave it as is. I could sand and re-stain it, but the wood is so old I'm worried it's going to have a really tough time staining evenly. I'm thinking I might just paint it, though I'll need to give some thought to how I want to do it. I'll post pictures once the glue is set.
Finally, I've got office supplies to whip up some guides for myself for the games to run at Gencon. I've already reviewed them, but making the guides will help cement it in my memory, and give me reminders in case that's not enough. That will probably roll over to tomorrow though.