I’m a carpenter – fans rave about my bikinis when I share furniture making tips
A carpenter made hearts beat faster with her selection of skimpy outfits in the workshop.
The influencer, who calls herself HardWoodBunny, has more than 17,000 fans on YouTube, where she posts clips from her everyday life as Chippy.
She runs a company called Stain and Ink that specializes in “creating functional artworks using locally sourced hardwoods.”
Carpentry has traditionally been a male profession, but young women are beginning to make their mark.
The talented woodworker often shares snippets of her time in her studio chopping wood and developing her creations.
And many fans have been impressed with her skills and physique – some have asked that she be her carpentry teacher.
One said: “You are a craftsman with great attention to detail!!”
Another wrote: “She can be my wood workshop teacher every day.”
A third described her as a “goddess of wood”.
A fourth commented: “It’s always good to see a pro who knows what to do.”
However, others pointed out the serious health and safety risks of wearing skimpy outfits when operating heavy machinery.
One person commented, “This is the polar opposite of safety standards…”
Another wrote: “No goggles, no sturdy clothes, hair down and jewelry dangling.
“It’s just an accident waiting to happen.”
A third said: “I’m a little concerned about the health and safety protocols!! Please use hearing and eye protection.”
Some warned that wearing shorts and a crop top while working with tools was “unprofessional and dangerous”.
But the carpenter hit back at trolls who said she was “going back to modeling”.
“I literally have a full-time woodworking business,” she replied.
She added, “I own Stain and Ink and built everything on it.”
Another carpenter uses rocking humor to repel outdated expectations of women in the workplace.
Jess Bessell is breaking new ground as a carpenter and sharing her life and work on her TikTok platform.
Jess loves her job but is less keen on the old-fashioned questions she has to endure at work.
Not a shrinking violet, she approaches them with humor in her TikTok posts.
She captioned her latest video, “Some of the questions I get asked.”
First comes, “Then what made you do it, love?”
Followed by the all-time classic, “Do you have a boyfriend?”
And finally, a cracker: “Does your boyfriend mind that you work with all these men?”
The comments on her post were both empathetic and struck by this young chippie’s chutzpah.
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