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Stuardo
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Stuardo
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Hi Workshop, I have 2 climbing roses training up the posts of my pergola and they are growing very well. I bought them very small as 2 yellow banksia ...

Stuardo
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September

HI @rattle There's a saying, "a thing of beauty is a joy forever" I think we all experience that when we DIY something that turns out great and is wel ...

Stuardo
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September

@Abhijit Most of the paving area was level with just a slight fall out from the door as expected for drainage. I used offcuts of the framingtimber at ...

Stuardo
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March

Looks great @Tara86. At first I thought it was a solid piece of timber, then I read the title and saw the 3rd picture. Love it.

Stuardo
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January

Very sturdy and industrial looking @DesRigby. The bamboo bench top sets it off nicely. I like it a lot.Cheers,Stuart

Stuardo
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January

Hi @hadi,I don't know an easy way around that other than doing the maths. That's why I worked it out on graph paper first. For odd shaped decks I'd dr ...

Stuardo
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January

Hi @hadi, Yes I did customise, along the fence as it becomes a triangle shape there, but that was easy to cut and allow for.Most of the deck was just ...

Stuardo
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January

Hi @hadiI built my deck at ground level over existing pavers and used the "Good Times" modular decking frames from Bunnings. https://www.bunnings.com. ...

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Adam_W
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a week ago

Hi @Stuardo, Climbing roses tend to be a bit different to regular roses in their pruning & training requirements. Now, I'm thinking that you have acci ...

Community Manager Jason
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a week ago

Hi @Stuardo, Let me tag a few members who have previously been involved in rose discussions: @CathD, @Scottyw, @MartyH, @Isobel, @greygardener, @ber ...

mich1972
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So what do you do with a $2 Seagrass Mat 樂樂樂........... Turn it into an amazing handmade gift for someone special !!!! Get creative with cable ties , ...

ProjectPete
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Unsurprisingly, I'm not a fan of colourbond fencing, and particularly not the cream colour the estate decided to go with.Again unsurprisingly, given m ...

rattle
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G'day everyone.We have 6 kids and the outdoor table gets crowded and if Grandparents visit, there's not enough room.I've made this, so 3 kids can sit ...

Jamespeter100
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   I have found another way of making wheels with the min number of saw cuts. Set the compound saw at 22.5 degrees, and over at say 45. The 22.5 need ...

Jamespeter100
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  A use for the cute little Bunnings pots.           First iteration.With an extra coat hanger on each side, and thin aluminium wire to serve as the ...

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Stuardo
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3 replies

Hi Workshop, I have 2 climbing roses training up the posts of my pergola and they are growing very well. I bought them very small as 2 yellow banksia ...

Stuardo
Established Contributor
September

HI @rattle There's a saying, "a thing of beauty is a joy forever" I think we all experience that when we DIY something that turns out great and is wel ...

Stuardo
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1 reply
September

@Abhijit Most of the paving area was level with just a slight fall out from the door as expected for drainage. I used offcuts of the framingtimber at ...

Stuardo
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March

Looks great @Tara86. At first I thought it was a solid piece of timber, then I read the title and saw the 3rd picture. Love it.

Stuardo
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January

Very sturdy and industrial looking @DesRigby. The bamboo bench top sets it off nicely. I like it a lot.Cheers,Stuart

Stuardo
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January

Hi @hadi,I don't know an easy way around that other than doing the maths. That's why I worked it out on graph paper first. For odd shaped decks I'd dr ...

Stuardo
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6 replies
January

Hi @hadi, Yes I did customise, along the fence as it becomes a triangle shape there, but that was easy to cut and allow for.Most of the deck was just ...

Stuardo
Established Contributor
19 replies
January

Hi @hadiI built my deck at ground level over existing pavers and used the "Good Times" modular decking frames from Bunnings. https://www.bunnings.com. ...

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