Category Archives: Women’s Woodworking Initiative

Building a Chicken Tractor

Well this is my third attempt at a chicken tractor. This time I used new lumber, not water rotted wood scraps, so that helped immensely. I totally believe in re-purposing old lumber, but I learned the hard way that if … Continue reading

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Upcoming Crafts

I have finished one chapter in my creating, and I am about to start another. If all goes well, I hope to soon be blogging about: Candle Making Salve Making Baby Quilting Clothes Making (!!! I am so nervous) Home … Continue reading

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on and on

Planted in the first three rows in my new garden. One row of beets, one of collard greens, and one of swiss chard. The swiss chard and the beets will look identical when they are both young. This planting was … Continue reading

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Chicken Wire on the Chicken Tractor

The chicken tractor with wire draped over it. Hope to attach it as soon as I get my hands on some staples.

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Picture of the chicken tractor so far

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Started the Chicken Tractor

This afternoon I laid out the wood for the chicken tractor once more. I screwed the frame together and nailed the pieces that form the two end triangles. The first triangle is now partially attached to the frame. Next I … Continue reading

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Sanding Down the Highchair Tray

This afternoon I started sanding down the highchair tray. I sat outside near the edge of the driveway, while River sat right behind me on our blanket. I found small pieces of sandpaper worked best for my small hands and … Continue reading

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