My shop is small, which means there is already very little space to work in. So, for the past few years I have been building and collecting varying different versions of mobile tool stands to accommodate my tools (you guys know which one’s I’m talking about – my small lathe stand, my benchtop tool stand, etc.). So, when my incredible friends at Jet Woodworking sent me an upgraded big-girl lathe, I knew it was time …
A new shop this year means lots of new hiding places for all of my scrap wood. It also means, way too much scrap wood. So, to help combat both problems (too much scrap wood and too many hiding spots), I partnered with T-Rex Tape to create a small-shop-friendly DIY folding step stool from scrap wood!
This past spring, my parents sold my childhood home, which meant I was left without a workshop as my workshop was in a shed in their backyard… and since I live in studio apartment, I was stranded without a place to run my business or build projects! So, this summer my dad and I partnered up with my incredible friends at The Home Depot to build a 12×12 shed from a DIY Shed Kit and turn that shed into my new workshop. Welcome to the first blog post in my Shed-Shop Series – How to Build a Shed!
Cleaning your shop can feel like the ultimate chore. Especially when all you want to do is get in there and build! Trust me, as someone with a busy schedule, I get it. So, to help get you working faster and more efficiently, I partnered with my friends at 3-IN-ONE® to share my go-to tips for getting your workshop ready in less than a full weekend!