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DIY Workbench - Free Plans

Free workbench plans for a shop or garage organization. I like the idea of wheels on the workbench, would be nice when working with large pieces.

missing work log. I like this better than my current red sheet!

*Originally posted on E, Myself, and I and updated EDITED TO ADD: My Missing Work Log/ “Yellow Sheet” is an idea I got from a veteran teacher during my field experience…

Love this idea.  My two Oberhaslis waste a ton of hay with their current feeder.  6/20/13:  Finally got it done.  Now to see how well it does. 7/8/2013: Seems to be working well.  There is still a bit of waste, after all they are goats, but no where near the amount I had before. 9/1/2013 - Need to make the holes smaller.  The goats figured out they could put their entire head in and began pulling out tons of .hay.  We took it down until they are older and now use a 1.5" Nibble Net.

Turn a storage bin into a hay feeder for your goats! Drill several holes on the front, sides and bottom of the storage container. Attach a wood beam to the wall along the top of the container, attach

Ruth Harrison Ceramics: Current College Work - test pieces- attaching half disks to a thrown vessel.

I am now in my final year at Plymouth College of Art studying BA in Ceramics. For this first project I& focusing on my repeat forms develo.

DEFINITELY need to do this! Great idea.. I have all my stuff just scattered and it would make it more organized! The House of Smiths - Home DIY Blog - Interior Decorating Blog - Decorating on a Budget Blog

‘The House of Smiths’ has a tutorial for this DIY fabric framed pin board, that would be great for home office, crafts or hobbies, or individual events and projects for each family member.