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Bliv
New Contributor
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I used some 42x30 pine, 19mm dowel, Walnut coloured stain, and 4x of the 10kg spreading wall hooks.Made a frame and used a spade bit to drill holes 15 ...

WoodenGregsWood
Junior Contributor
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I needed a new workbench for the garage. I pretty much made it up as I went along (no actual plans).    All it requires now is cupboard doors which ...

r23on
Super Contributor
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When life throws one a number of curve balls that prevent us from under taking the things we like to do, getting out into workshop, gardening, ect we ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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At Workshop we love to encourage everyone to have a go, and to celebrate a successful project. We're keen to hear from you about the best thing you ...

Jack250
New Contributor
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Hi, I’m new to woodworking and have seen on-line videos of people making ‘push sticks’ from differing materials. My question is are there any guidelin ...

akshayakate
New Contributor
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Hi Workshoppers!I am new to Ballarat and I am passionate about woodworking. Unfortunately I did not have any practical education in trades while in sc ...

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey all im just about to put my project together but looking on the different ways of putting it together. what would be the best way to make sure its ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
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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.

Emma87
New Contributor
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Hello. I am in the process of revamping my Grandmothers Garden. All the garden beds have been done just now onto the grass section. The area is rectan ...

doilygrunge
New Contributor
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G’day just thought I’d share the how to I wrote for making a Brake Drum Potbelly Heater. I’d also love to hear any ideas or see pictures of other he ...

Old-gal24
Super Contributor
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My darling pop not long passed away - he gave me the incentive and encouragement to get in and have a go -working with timber, which I love, but I'm s ...

r23on
Super Contributor
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My how time flys when yah having fun. I have been trying some new joint methods "Isoloc" So i though I would start with another jewellery box because ...

tushar
Regular Browser
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Hi I Would like make storage in Garage, storage area there is gap between celling and garage door matel frame/rod.please send you suggestion or input ...

jamessmith
Budding Browser
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Hello everybody. My name is James, I'm new member at this forum and I'm looking forward for your advice.Recently, I've bought a new home. The surround ...

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
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Super66
Established Contributor
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Just been busy updating my work shop.. It now has a total of 4 screens, 1 pc laptops + monitor, 1 Macbook and another Monitor for my my Raspberry pi, ...

chrissq
New Contributor
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At 60 I have joined a local Men's Shed and learning woodworking which I have not touched for over 40 years. I have access to some wonderful tools but ...

JustJim
Established Contributor
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May

My back isn't what it used to be, and to be honest, it didn't used to be much good anyway. So when I found myself hunched over my already raised assem ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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May

We are fortunate to have many experienced and creative woodworkers in the Workshop community, with more arriving every week. If you browse the g ...

frankoattes
Budding Browser
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Hi Everyone. I am new here and very interested in learning to work with wood.. I am looking for some free workshops to learn all about wood work, whet ...

JustJim
Established Contributor

Trying to get a shed or workshop so that it is organised and efficient is a major project all by itself. To this end, when I realised that I had glues ...

JustJim
Established Contributor
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RodAndo
Junior Contributor
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robchin
Established Contributor

Christmas present project. Some simple plywood planters. Finished with wooden chopping block oil. Fun project. Well recieved.