In this new Adventure in the Workshop, Nina, Sonja and I made a garden obstacle for them to play horse, featuring variable heights, scrap use and a lot of “horsing around”. Please share this if you found it useful, find more information below the video, and remember to be Inspired! A Note on Tools and Materials […]
Category: Adventures in the Workshop
Adventures in the Workshop is the name of a series of videos in which I will show my kids how to use different tools in my workshop.
I have had them in the shop as helpers several times before, mainly when it came to painting tose projects that needed to be really colorful. But it started in earnest when Nina, my oldest, asked whether she could make something herself. Back then, I handed her a fretsaw and she cut out a christmas tree from thin plywood.
From there, the concept of “Adventures in the Workshop” was born. In every video, I will present Nina (or her sister Sonja) with a tool. We will talk about safety and control, and we will use the tool. We will make mistakes, because they are the best way to learn, and every now and then we tackle a project using the tools we have learned about.
So join us and follow Nina, Sonja and myself on our Adventures in the Workshop!
This is the first episode of a new series that I am doing, called “Adventures in the Workshop”, in which I try to teach my daughter Nina about the workshop and the tools I use frequently. But before we can dive into it propery, we needed to discuss safety. After all, I want my daughter […]