The MAKERshed was my mental health and wellbeing saviour back in lockdown; trying to work from home when the day job is in a workshop supporting students with practical projects, having two young children to home school... we have all been there in some way over recent years..!?
Anyway. Fast forward 3 years and the MAKERshed is still that salvation in my wellbeing journey.
Be it for those personal projects like spoon carving, 3d printing or more importantly.. the jobs we get given around the house.. there is always something going on in to keep the space busy and fun.
It is a constant battle to fit everything I decide I want to do into the 12ft x 8ft MAKERshed and sometimes things do get a little messy.. but I am constantly surprised by its Tardis like qualities to keep letting more fun making stuff through its door..
The top of the garden has quite the incline and after numerous [expensive] quote for digging out/landscaping and the like, I decided to build my own base layer from something I had seen a Twitter acquaintance try out.. an adjustable system for soft inclined surfaces.. QuickJacks.
Once the shed was up it was then time to decide what it was going to be on the inside.. not something I had planned at all!
Over the last couple of years, the MAKERshed is constantly on the move around.. offloading old ideas and inviting new ones to try out..
The photos uploaded are where we find ourselves.. this is MAKERshed 2023!