A female joiner shares a set of practical, accessible tips to improve your woodworking skills without the need for expensive tools or a dedicated work space. I also share much ranting about the toxic masculinity in woodworking spaces and how this excludes lots of people who might otherwise find joy in working with wood.
The pricing structure reflects this dynamic and I ask that straight men interested in this zine are honest and pay the full price to subsidise marginalised folks' access to this information. If, however, you are a straight dude who objects to this pricing structure, rest assured that you are not the intended audience and I really don't mind if you don't buy it.
Fully illustrated with original drawings and riso* printed in gorgeous blue and black ink. 16 pages inside and a natural brown cover on thick paper stock. Printed by Footprint Workers Co-op.
*Although riso printers are machines, they aren't perfect. Like screen printing, there can be minor misalignment between the two colours so each zine is different and unique.