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Last weekend was the first Flower Show I have sold Sixth Hour products at. It's safe to say, I will definitely be interested in going to some more over the summer months. This particluar one was at Portishead in Bristol. It normally attracts around 5,000-10,000 people every year over the

When somebody parts with their hard earned cash to buy something that you have made. That's got to be one of the best feelings for me. It fills me with reassurance when people actually like and pay for the things you create. Since starting Sixth Hour I have been slowly but

I am really starting to feel like the Sixth Hour brand is being recognised by more and more people. Not just in Bristol, England, where I am from, but we are now seeing a lot of interest through the social media pages from all over the world. We now have

A friend of mine sent me a picture of a coffee table made from pallets that he thought I may be able to make for him. As you can see from the picture here, it is made up of white pallet blocks and slats, with a varnished finish on the top. I

Many of you will know that I am a very passionate Bristol Rovers supporter. I had a thought one day about combining my love for Bristol Rovers with the love of my work.. and the Bristol Rovers Pallet Shirts were born. At first I didn't know what to expect with regards

I saw something online the other week and thought that I would give it a go myself. Making cups out of bottles is a really unique and cool idea but it is incredibly hard to get it right.        I brought a Kinkajou bottle cutter to assist in taking the heads

We wanted to start making furniture out of pallets for the garden. So this week we focused on some new creations. Below, you will see our Wheelbarrow planters. I must admit, it did take quite a while to make these as there were lots of cuts and fiddly work to get them

Welcome to the Sixth Hour blog! Sixth Hour are a unique crafts based business, that turn drift and reclaimed wood into works of art. On our blog you will find our latest creations and the stories behind them, details of how we sourced our materials and much more. I think the hardest

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