This is my last post from the original Workshopshed. All the tools and materials are boxed up, ready for a move to Scotland. Over the last 13 years, I’ve spent many happy days in the shed and it’s allowed me
When designing the new workshop my key concerns are being able to access tools and materials easily, have space to work and controlling dust and chips
There are some radical changes for the workshopshed. I’m currently boxing up the tools and materials so I can relocate to a new workshop.
If you’re new to the DIY world, or simply new to your given project, you might be at a bit of a loss for what screws are best for your build of choice. There are so many to choose from,
This year marks the 20th year of readersheds, a website setup by Andrew Wilcox aka Uncle Wilco for people to celebrate their sheds. That spawned the shed of the year competition in 2007 which even spent a few years on
“Did you ever consider Patreon either as something minor to fund the hobbies or as a full-time income?” asked my mate Kevin. I did think about becoming a full time maker earlier in the year whilst otherwise out of work.
Our little hatchet normally hangs on a hook in the Workshopshed. But I wanted to transport it so felt that the blade need a bit of protection and us from it. I had some leather left over from a previous
There were some toxic comments going around the internet during the lockdown so I set about making a machine that could help.
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