This month we were all over Oregon and Washington! We traveled to Friday Harbor, Pendleton and for the first time ever, Roseburg! Super stoked to see new and familiar faces and build community while building picket frames, hanging planters and chalkboard toolboxes!
This month we traveled to the outer regions of Oregon and Washington for our kids DIY classes in Pendleton and Friday Harbor! Kids learned about robins and built platforms for them. Did you know that some birds prefer a different style of house? In case you missed it, the DIY Guide is posted on our DIY Projects page.
This month we held DIY classes for kids and ladies in Hood River, Pendleton and Friday Harbor! We made mason bee houses, hanging planters, picket frames and rustic tea shelves that everyone got to take home. Check out our Projects page to make your own by clicking on each photo for instructions.
Wow, what a month of DIY classes! We traveled to Hood River, The Dalles and Pendleton, Oregon for kids and ladies DIY classes at Tum-A-Lum Lumber and to Friday Harbor, Washington for our first ever kids and ladies DIY classes at Browne’s Home Center. This month’s classes included picket frames, address planters and mason bee houses to support our native pollinators. Check out the photos below and the DIY Projects tab for guides to make your own!
We had yet another successful women’s woodworking series at Gorge MakerSpace this spring. Projects included cutting boards, serving trays, stools, shelving, tables, and hat and coat rack. Stay tuned for our next series coming this fall!
We were so excited to hold our first ever ladies DIY class at Tum-A-Lum Lumber in Pendleton, OR! 35 ladies joined us in making address planters out of cedar and customized with their own address numbers. Then on Sunday we had 30+ kids join us to build wood duck houses out of cedar as well. So cool to see the kids build something that was as big as some of them!
We had a jam packed weekend with DIY classes at Marson and Marson Lumber in Cle Elum and Leavenworth this weekend. Over 50 women and kids learned and refined their woodworking skills! The ladies built address planters and learned the awesomeness of the Kreg jig for pocket holes. The kids built toolboxes and then loaded up with snacks for their projects at home! We can’t wait for the next round of classes in September!
We kicked off our 2019 kids DIY classes at Tum-A-Lumber with a cool block lamp project in Hood River and Pendleton this past weekend. All together, 55 kids designed and built their very own lamps with 1” blocks! You can learn how to build your own lamp by checking out our DIY Projects page. Check our upcoming classes here!
Check out this video we made with Tum-A-Lum Lumber about our upcoming DIY classes this year!