Sgc28423175 on Jan 16, 2018
What's the best mini circular saw for a woman with small hands for crafts and small woodworking projects. Amazon ratings are all over the map.
Donna on Nov 05, 2018
My husband is from Switzerland and we recently returned from a visit with a cow bell that he has mentioned he would like to hang it on a cow head. I have searched th... See more
Karen on Sep 09, 2018
HiI have been given a L C Smith vintage typewriter, not great condition. I have been thinking of making jewellery from the keys? any ideas pleaseThank you
Peggy on Oct 05, 2018
I am putting together a book from students to their teacher who is having a baby. I made a onsie template and am giving each child one to decorate and write a message... See more
Ginny on Aug 03, 2018
I have several pictures printed on 1/4" foamboard and none are a standard size. I do not have the ability to cut my own wood to construct them. I need to frame them... See more
Mj on Jan 12, 2018
Building a non load bearing 7 ft wall is it ok to use 2X3 wood?
Marion Hahn-Elliot on Jan 02, 2018
Janis on Sep 25, 2017
I tried a method that I've seen posted using vinegar and steel wool to stain my barn board wall. I used tea to bring out the tannin in the wood as suggested and it t... See more
MKaren on Oct 05, 2017
I recently moved and our new rental home has an extra long narrow room we plan to use for the kids. We want to put a reading loft at the end of the room but can't pe... See more
Ann-Marie on Oct 04, 2017
I want to be able to make some newer wood products look like it is really old and weathered. I want to make the yellow/orange tones of the wood more grey.
Tanya LaMont on Sep 17, 2017
I want to stain and decoupage wood to achieve a shabby chic look with at. least 4 coats of polycrytic/varnish to provide protection.
Sar29752170 on Sep 08, 2017
My hands are too small to handle most batteries on tools. I would really like to have a 5" or thereabouts rotary saw for the occasional rip.
Tms24855882 on Aug 28, 2017
I need the support for my walls (24" o.c. studs) and want to use plywood to strengthen the wall to support wall tile. Do I need both plywood and concrete board underl... See more
Karen farrington on Aug 12, 2017
Pg on Jul 12, 2017
I want to learn how to use power saws and measure correctly. I would like to take classes. Where do they have them.? Want someone on hand the first time, at least at ... See more
Car11926977 on Jun 25, 2017
How do you use a drill and what attachment to use for each project?
Missy on Dec 23, 2016
I have question... I have pallet, I need to take apart. Wood in great condition and I want to repurpose it. How do I take it all apart with least cracks/distress? Pal... See more
MaryJane on Dec 16, 2015
On a search for an old Santa that my brother made years and years ago. It was made out of flat plywood, and cut somewhat like a star. He made it in school, in wood sh... See more
Jim H on Mar 22, 2013
I'm in a 10-year-old condo, with a long set of kitchen cabinets on one wall that's set in the corner on the right, but only has wall support on the left (where it mee... See more
Polly Zieper on May 20, 2014
1. where do you all get these pallets mentioned all around this site?2. How do you get a bunch( 10-16) of cinderblocks from Home depot to your car, to your yard? T... See more
Lisa B. on Sep 14, 2012
I am spending an awful lot of time trying to take apart pallets! Is there a certain way to do it that is easy and the boards won't get broken? Thanks!