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Great 'ible! As usual, you included a lot of helpful detailed tips to ensure success the first time, and the tutorial was beautifully photographed. I see myself making some kind of concrete planter in my future. It's cheap, durable, and the possibilities for mold shapes is ENDLESS!!
I'm going to stare at your tool wall and drool for a bit, if you don't mind. :)
Fantastic, beautifully-documented 'ible! I love the close-ups of the hammock...weaving is such a useful and beautiful science and art. Hope you get to test the hammock with a "super-sized human"...or I guess you could pile on multiple normal-sized ones.
Love that Miyabi knife...so purty! <3
Beautiful! Awesome that this lovely piece will get used every single day.
Very well-written 'ible, and I love your cute sense of humor! :D Such a great project. I love that you involved your kids in the building process. Their hands-on contribution will make every use of the oven more enjoyable for them (and for you)!
Great 'ible...very clear and well-photographed! Perfect first sewing project that covers a lot of different concepts and techniques, AND functional so it'll get used daily! Awesome job! :)
Very clear and simple instructions, for anyone who might've considered tree grafting to be intimidating. Great 'ible...thanks! :)
The plans are so beautiful. I'm so impressed by how much reverse-engineering was involved in crafting this design. Great job!
Excellent 'ible, and I love the shade of lime green you used on the cart! :)
Cool project and excellent 'ible! :D
Well-done...both bag and 'ible!
Sounds like a great design and setup. Can you post pics?
Great idea. Someone else suggested repurposing a sewing machine foot switch, so if that option weren't available, it's good to know that HF sells these.
Great tips...thanks! :)
Great job on the 'ible! Well-written and perfectly-documented photographically.
I love these! Well-written Instructable...
Beautiful, clean design and build! Well-written Instructable.
Simple and well-written Instructable!
Maybe you could use MUSLIN to make your own filter. It's cotton, inexpensive, and reusable. You get a fine strain, so your coffee should be sediment-free. Muslin's used for a lot of food-straining, and replaces the use of cheesecloth for the reasons people have stated here in the comments for not liking it. https://goo.gl/Kd7lfs