If she had a hammer

Do-It-Herself workshops match women and power tools

Posted: February 8, 2014 at 1:15 a.m.

Employees of west Little Rock’s Home Depot outlet greet participants who’ve shown up for a free trunk-building workshop, following the plans of the popular blogging carpenter Ana White. Home Depot’s free Do-It-Herself workshops, geared toward women, happen simultaneously once a month at North Little Rock, west Little Rock and other select locations.

Home improvement enthusiasts may already be on top of the plenitude of free and cheap workshops offered at local big box stores such as Lowe’s, Michael’s, Pottery Barn and the like, designed to educate customers while cultivating an appetite for products.

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