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I wanted a pair of goggles. I told myself it was because I wanted to use them for sunglasses, or that I wanted them when I rode my ...
Get a pair of cheap plastic welding goggles. I got mine for eight dollars, and some change, at a local non-chain hardware store. They are pretty cool with ...
You may not need to do this step if your goggles fit your head. As I have said, my head is a tiny girl head, and the goggles ...
I then cut a piece of black suede out of some scraps I had. Make sure you have enough to wrap not only around the goggle, but that ...
I didn't like the look of the suede overlapping very much, so I used a retractable razer and trimmed it down flush. I also cut the holes for ...
Next, go back to the lens caps you took off to work with the goggle base. Put tape of some sort in the interior to cover the threads ...
I decided the sides were too plain, so I added some brass bits from a jewelry project. I soldered all the joins on the jewelry piece so it ...
Now I am done. See my horrible attempts to take pictures of these. I fail at cameras, and washing my bathroom mirror. Now off to get my tonsils ...
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