Make a window box- basic woodworking & fixing skills

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This workshop is free, we are asking for a £10 deposit which will secure your place and will be refunded when you arrive. Join us for a workshop to improve and hone your fixing and woodworking skills.

We’ll start the day off with a theory session, fixing to walls – where we will talk through the difference between the fixings you use in solid walls and hollow walls and how to detect pipes and cables.

Following a short break, we will then move onto the woodworking session: making a window box. This will involve developing skills in measuring, sawing (by hand or with a jigsaw) cutting decorative shapes, drilling & screwing.

The workshop will run from 10am – 3pm. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

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In collaboration with The Year of Making, Line Cut Supply will be hosting a series of inspiring talks and workshops to explore the role of women in manufacturing and industry.

Each month we’ll be concentrating on a theme: trades, technology, manufacturing and engineering.

Based in the gallery at the Yorkshire Artspace Persistence Works building and open to the public from 11am -6pm Thursday & Friday and 11am- 5pm on Saturday, we’d love you to pop in and say hello!

Line Cut Supply produces made-to-order women’s workwear from our studio based in Sheffield. We are passionate about empowering, motivating and encouraging women to get making.

Posted on 8th October 2016

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