Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Shedworking is often guilty of focusing too heavily on garden office shedworkers in the 'creative' industries (writing, design, etc) and neglecting those whose sheds are used for more 'traditional' types of working. So I've been pleased recently to come across Andy Clark's excellent Workshop Shed blog which is a "Diary and thoughts on setting up and using a small shed as a workshop" and includes posts such as "how to knurl a bent steel bar" and "spindles". The site also features photos of Andy's shed (pictured above partway through a cabling installation). If readers have other recommendations of similar sites, please add them in the comments box below so we can carry on correcting.
Posted by alex johnson at 12:15 PM