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These mobile tables are an excellent foundation for new wood projects to be built on.Saves bending and helps to keep the project at near a good eye level.Congratulations on a neat set up.
Thanks @Bobbiejohnultz. I find them really handy for unloading stuff from the ute as well. I don't have to lift anything too far. We've built more since then too. I'm getting very good at making making benches, so we are going to run a class teaching others to build their own bench.
What is She Skills?
You can read Meg's member profile on the Workshop blog - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Blog/Encouraging-more-women-to-D-I-Y/ba-p/1658
Meg talks about her background and shares how @She_Skills came about.
I'm sure you'll enjoy the story and also find it very motivating. Meg's doing some great work.
She Skills is my company in Brisbane. We run short workshops for women in woodwork and using tools. We also run creative kids workshops in schools holidays. Here's a picture from our latest workshop this weekend.
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He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.
Hi all,Need some advice. I have attached some photos and before I get an engineer in I thought I would ask for some ideas from here. I am considering ...
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I had some old bricks laying around, and I was getting a bit sick of whippersnipping around some spearpoint pipework - so I decided to make a "quick ...