"Workshops" Blogs & Blog Posts

DIY Devotees BlogDIY Devotees Blog

DIY Devotees Ltd provides workshops for women interested in DIY home mainte...

 
Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...

The official blog for author Jamieson Wolf. Includes information on current...

 
Painted ThreadsPainted Threads

the art quilts and mixed media textile art of Judy Coates Perez. Making art...

 


Posting Frequency on "workshops"


Percent:  
Distinct:  


Latest Blog Posts



Several weeks ago, I put out a call in my weekly maker tips newsletter, Tips, Tools, and Shop Tales. A friend who works in a shared workshop was being called back to the job and he was curious to know what sorts of safety guidelines other shared shop...

In time for the holidays, Toys "R" Us parent company Tru Kids is planning to open two permanent stores. This time around, the stores will include things like theaters for movies and video games, STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art and M...

Some years ago I began to record the songs learnt at the end of each of my singing workshops.Here’s why I continue to do it, and what the benefits are.First of all, it’s not about getting a perfect rendition of the songs. If I were to do that, we...

Down the hill, up the hill, into Wolf Wood. Turn off the main path. It’s darker, much darker, pine trees close, reaching out branches to touch me, catch my hat, stroke my face; putting long, brown limbs across the path and offering me steps to help...

The recumbent stone circle that will be the focus of the workshops from 2020 – more about this change later. View this post on Instagram London Wood stone circle this afternoon A post shared by Fiona Dove (@fiona.dove.33) on May 6, 2019 at 12:0...

I have a new piece on Better Humans exploring some of the main considerations when planning, designing, and outfitting your own home shop or personal makerspace. In the piece, I talk about the benefits of a public makerspace/hackerspace, namely high-...

As I started yet another singing workshop, I realised that I say pretty much the same thing in the introduction each time.That got me thinking: if singers hear exactly the same thing too many times, they’ll just zone out. How can we avoid that?I’...