Joined 8 years ago from Atlanta, GA
Hi, my name is Jim Brown. I'm a carpenter, fine furniture builder, and craftsman. I blog about my experiences using do-it-yourself plans, projects, and tools to get the job done. My goal is to help homeowners, carpenters, craftsmen, and weekend-warriors, alike. I go step-by-step through a project, so you can see how I did it. Then, through my own professional insights, awareness, mistakes, and testing I offer purchase recommendations - so you can succeed, too!. What are you waiting for... go see for yourself and good luck with your own success!
12 days ago
This tutorial will provide you with information to design, plan, and build your own DIY woodshed, including how to acquire all the necessary permits and choose the right location and best design style (such as lean-to sheds) for your particular needs.
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