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I’ve been a pattern maker and dressmaker for most of my life, albeit expertise came with age so building a chook house was just like pattern making an ...

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The Signorellos strike again! I wanted to refresh my guest bathroom space from the bland white walled room. We went with a Dulux feature wall of "Qu ...

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My beautiful best friend asked if I could build her a table for their new home. She found one online and asked if I could replicate it but to suit the ...



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I am in the process of constructing an electric fence to keep my animals safe.I require advice as to what I need to connect the electric tape to eithe ...

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Hello,Once again I am back with my very basic question. My dining chairs have got metal legs, which I painted them with dulux dura max spray paint. Th ...

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My ozito double bevel sliding compound miter saw is burning wood cuts. I aasume its because of a blunt saw blade. However, o cannt loosen the hex bol ...

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I have a large bottlebrush in my yard. Recently got a new fence not realising the trees stump was pushing against the old fence. Fencers cut shaping o ...

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Hi I'd really appreciate any advice and/or links on how to cut and fit a sink into a benchtop, similar to this one: ...

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Hi after getting some disappointing quotes I've decided to give this a go. Firstly is my main water fills a 9 literally bucket in 22 seconds ,is that ...

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Hi Guys, I love Mop tops and have planted a row in my backyard I had them in a previous home and they looked amazing. These mop tops were planted abo ...

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  • Meet Ben, barbecue connoisseur

    Barbecue has long been a national pastime, but Ben is part of a growing tribe cooking huge slabs of meat "low and slow". Ben is also passionate about sharing his experience. “I love to share what I know and learn from others."

  • Meet Meg, who runs D.I.Y. classes for women

    From teaching ballet to working on a mine, Meg is game for anything. Meg now teaches woodworking and power tool skills. “The mission is to empower women by providing them with the opportunity to gain skills and confidence.”

  • Meet Daryl, who loves getting hands-on the tools

    Daryl has always loved working with his hands. “I really love being able to make or fix something and say: ‘I built that’. Because I work with a lot of different trades, I tend to ask a lot of questions and my knowledge has increased exponentially."