The extension surfaces on the Sears sewing table in the Basement Sewing Room unfold from the top, leaving the hinges exposed:
Alas, quilts snag on the squared-off ends of the hinges, a situation that is not to be tolerated…
This protective cap isn’t as small as we’d like, but it must be that thick to cover the hinge, that long to cover the squared-off ends, and that wide for symmetry:
Two neodymium magnets fit in the holes and secure the cover to the all-steel “bronzed” hinges:
We’re not sure how well that will work in the long term, but early returns seem promising.
It could be slightly narrower left-to-right and maybe fewer vertices should be oriented differently.
The OpenSCAD source code as a GitHub gist: