As mentioned in the earlier post, I used to have some corrugated PVC on my shed roof and although it let in lots of light it also also let any heat out and then baked in the summer. There were
As part of my roof upgrade I’ve been putting felt on the roof. I used two layers of felt, the underfelt does not have the stone chippings on it that protect the felt from the effects of the sun. I’ve
When I inherited the Workshopshed I was impressed by the clear plastic roof and how much light it gave. However as the first winter hit I spotted that it provided no thermal insulation at all and also had some issues
In celebration of shed week, I’ve trawled through flickr to show you these great pictures of working sheds. Engine Shed – Loughborough John’s Organised Chaos Poetical Workshop Vicky Luke Welding Old Glory by Jen Smith Dad’s toolbox
The category winners for shed of the year 2010 have just been announced. Of course the one I’m interested in is the workshop category. Junkaholic’s weaving + sewing shed from Artemis Russel in South East London won the readers votes.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve written a few articles on how to setup your garden shed as a workshop. Here’s a summary of all the topics you might need to think about when designing your workshop. Storage and
It’s Shed Week this week! As previously mentioned the workshopshed made it into the finals of shed of the year, and I’m anxiously waiting the results of the judging on Wednesday. I’ve not got much planned for shed week, hopefully
An experiment into making stitched photos using Gimp and Pandora, they work quite well with the exception of the extreme ends which need a bit of scaling and rotation as well as overlap and blending. It would have worked better