Anne the Riveter and Her Riveted Rabbit

Man, I want my own workshop so I can start trying these sorts of things, sigh.

Crafted in Carhartt

Anne Bujold the Blacksmith

Anne Bujold the Blacksmith

Anne Bujold the Blacksmith

Anne Bujold the Blacksmith
Anne Bujold the Blacksmith
Anne Bujold the Blacksmith
Anne Bujold the Blacksmith Anne Bujold the Blacksmith
Anne Bujold the Blacksmith
Anne Bujold the Blacksmith

Those of you who have ever wanted to learn a trade or a skill know that it seems quite daunting. There’s so much to master and it can feel like you’re putting yourself on the line. Take some advice from Anne Bujold, welder and blacksmith. Start small and work your way up to the big stuff.
Anne’s interest in metalwork started in jewelry making. As her skills grew and she became proficient at fabricating bigger and better things, the possibilities continued to grow in her mind. The knowledge she gained in classes and from mentors led her to expand the concepts of what she considered herself capable of doing.
Knowledge is power. The saying may be old and trite, but it doesn’t make it any less true. When you want something, get your feet wet. Learn as much as you can. Keep an open mind and open ears to…

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