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She_Skills
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November 2017

That looks great. I find that linseed oil yellows quite a bit on light timber, but we've still used it a lot on on outdoor planters. I prefer decking ...

She_Skills
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August 2017

Hi there. I am pretty fortunate to have a cabinet maker for a husband but I wanted to get more involved so I just started doing my own projects. One o ...

She_Skills
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August 2017

Thanks @Mex. We were pretty proud of these. The timber is finished with hard wax oil.

She_Skills
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July 2017

Thanks @daves880

She_Skills
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June 2017

I haven't used epoxy resin as a finish because I'm not into shiny, but I do have a table off I bought from a yaught that's been finished that way and ...

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Community Manager Jason
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June 2017

The July issue of Australian Handyman magazine is out now. Congratulations to @ProjectPete who is featured on the member profile page. Other Workshop ...

Community Manager Jason
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May 2017

The June issue of Australian Handyman magazine is out today, and the member profile is @She_Skills. Congrats Meg! On the "What's trending on Worksho ...

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Andy_Mann
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October 2016

@Annette, I'm glad you like the suggestions, & I just thought of a way to make french cleats easily, how about using: Cheat's French cleats Now head ...

Darbysgirl
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October 2016

Hi all. I am 80 and my husband is 82, and we have been diy'ers for all of our 61 years of marriage. We help each other, and we still can't resist ha ...

Bantam
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October 2016

G'day ElaineWelcome. You are not alone. I grew up with four brothers. I did everything they did. As a kid I was always pulling things apart to see how ...

BibbyKat
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October 2016

Hello Community .. I am Elaine and have just joined. Learning my way around this site & trying to find the place where I can "Introduce myself" .. may ...

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She_Skills
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November 2017

That looks great. I find that linseed oil yellows quite a bit on light timber, but we've still used it a lot on on outdoor planters. I prefer decking ...

She_Skills
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4 replies
August 2017

Hi there. I am pretty fortunate to have a cabinet maker for a husband but I wanted to get more involved so I just started doing my own projects. One o ...

She_Skills
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June 2017

All the above. Only thing I'd add is if you are cutting thick timber (i.e. sleepers) that you do a few passes and go slowly (but not so slow that you ...

She_Skills
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May 2017

Can't wait to see it!!

She_Skills
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April 2017

The Mens Shed is a great organisation where you can learn from experienced craftsmen. I think there is a resurgence in hand making and there are lots ...

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