Our team creates a unique, classic and timeless woodwork project design. We collect and prepare all the materials needed, create instruction sheets and videos with all the steps, pack it all up , and send it right to your door!Start Your Project
Included within the Maker Kit is access to our Online Platform, which allows users to check in with others following the same journey! There’s also the ability to ask our tech team questions if you’re stuck on something, or just need a little reassurance.Start Your Project
Users can share their ongoing projects in the Showcase/ Community of the Online Platform! Interact in real-time and build meaningful relationships with others. Perfect for completing with family and friends!
Now is the perfect time to start a new hobby to be proud of! Woodworking is a great way to keep your mind sharp, stay active, and make way for improved mood and happiness!
In-depth instructions, on-demand videos, and live sessions packaged with all the materials and consumables you need to learn traditional woodworking from home. The Maker Kit is designed and crafted in one of Melbourne's most fascinating creative places.
A team of furniture designers, makers, and maker educators are engaged to craft this end-to-end learning experience.
We test and iterate our Maker Kits with our range of members in order to guarantee that no amateur or enthusiast is left behind!
Being a maker is all about creating meaningful connections, When working on your project, you’ll be able to meet other likeminded people in our platform.
You’ll share your creative process and the love for a mindful tactile activity in a friendly community
Working with hand tools is an extremely cathartic experience. When you make things over and over again - You develop a strong relationship with what you’re making. Each marking and each shaving leads the way to the next one, which has extremely unwinding effects.
This project was designed to guide our participants through a woodworking journey. Each step of the project involves traditional woodworking techniques such as measuring and marking, making a lap joint from scratch, mortise and tenon joint from scratch, hand planning, finishing, and others!
- Melissa Au, First-time amateur woodworker
- Sam Wiechula, Architect and beginner maker
- Anthony Ngo, Woodworking enthusiast