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My first project done in the new workshop is finally completed. A small TV Table that was built out of extra and scrap 2x4s took me about a week to completely finish and, I think, it came out pretty good. Click Here to see the post of when I started this project. As I have
Now that the workshop has been completed, I’ve decided to start building some items for around the house. The first small item that I built was using some leftover 1/2″ luan plywood and some scrap 1X2’s to build a small wall hanging that we will be using in our kitchen to hand our oven mitts
It took about 10 hours to build out of 2×4’s and 2×6’s… but it looks really good!
Below are some of the images taken during our current basement renovation. It definitely has been a learning experience. I have had to recall my high school geometry from almost 35 years ago! As I showed in my previous post, there was going to be a lot of work to do. The wall is now