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  1. #1
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    Smile photos of workshops

    Hi I saw this some time ago on another site were there were photos of peo[ples work space. then we can see how tidy or not in my case, we are.

    likes and dislikes would be good I hate making earrings as i have to make two first ones fine then i have to rember how.do make the next one. brooches necklaces are my likes, and day were insperation flows

    so who's messy? who's nice and tidy? all the best myke

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    I like that idea too - Ganoksin/Orchid has a 'Bench Exchange' and it's great for the tool geeks to have a good snoop at eachothers workspaces, maybe it would need it's own category?
    Wend

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    When we moved into our cottage I bagged the utility room as a workshop and stole the dishwasher space!
    This is a picture of my bench about 2 years ago

    The solid wood worktop got a big semicircle cut into it for my bench peg
    (neato idea as it is the perfect height)

    This is my workshop today:

    Under the bench is my Propane and Oxygen Torch and to the right are my pickle pot, tumbler & storage area.
    Opposite the metals bench is the desk where I do resin, polymer & precious metal clay work.
    I like to keep them seperate to avoid cross-contamination.

    Both benches look like they're in chaos - but everythings easily to hand
    (honest guvnor)

    Nicola x
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    hi good photos ill take some to- today before and after tidy up. nicola if you think that's chaos wait till you see mine! take care myke

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    I love seeing other people studios! I shall have to get some pictures of mine before I move, though it's shamefully messy right now and I am off on holiday tomorrow, so I might be some time!

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    I'm new and have been trying to attach a picture... If its worked then this is my workshop at its worst I'm hoping to move soon and set up properly with a good bench, but this works for me for now.

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    Myke - I'll look forward to seeing your "before & after" pictures
    Agent-44, shamefully messy is good (makes me feel better about mine)
    Charlotte - Love the peg board - really handy for quick access to tools

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    Default ...This is what I call "Home"!...

    A beautiful corner of my micro garden...The 5x7 shed ...ahem 'Studio' takes up about a quarter of it!




    Inside is not so pretty - yes, that strip of wood IS my work area!!






    My tiny pmc and beading area - not good for claustraphobics...I keep a mirror on the shelf to allow me to see what...and who!!! is behind me!!!




    Not always this tidy when I am in the swing of things!!

    Barbara

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    Thumbs up

    Wow, you all have your own sheds and stuff with electricity! They look so cool!

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    Talking Cool...did you say cool??

    Cool!! Charlotte - did you say COOL!!! Mine gets down to 3 degrees in the winter and you can barely spoon the gas out of the torch! Tough days! I tend to do more pmc and beading in the winter...surprise, surprise!!

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