I don't have a full on course unfortunately, just the information above. We did a few of the projects I have listed with the kids (wiggle bots, circuit tiles), and some of the lessons that come in the LEGO WeDo kits. Most of the projects I listed in step 3 can be made from the list of supplies in step 2. I wish you luck creating a course!
The Glow Circuit Assembly
3D Printing With Circuits Class
The Move Circuit Assembly
Large Motors Class
Unfortunately I haven't been able to find acrylic mirror tiles for sale, though they must exist somewhere. It's easy to find acrylic mirror sheets and I've made some of my own with a laser cutter, but as that requires access to a laser cutter I'd also love to include a link to acrylic tiles should you happen to find a supplier. One word of warning, acrylic tiles don't wear that well, they scratch more than real mirror and become dull. Amazingly my helmet only has a few cracked mirrors despite years of wear and tear. Acrylic is also not significantly lighter, which is why I explored it to start.
Tripods and Supports
Make PVC Look Like Wood
I Made My Own Wedding Dress!
Wow, amazing job. I know how long it takes to sew something like that, this is a great detailed instructable! The transition from lace to tulle turned out really well.
Pizza Oven Build
Winter Holiday Projects
Stamped Heart Shortbread Cookies
These are so great! They turned out really well :)
The answer to that is context dependent, but the first step is to make a sloper using your form if it fits everywhere else, then do a final fitting on your body to adjust for the bust if possible, or make the adjustment using flat pattern making techniques if fitting on the body won't work. Fitting on the body would be relatively easy for the princess seam example above, and your final pattern after adjusting for the bust would end up looking something like the image below (new pattern line in blue). However for a darted sloper it would be more difficult to fit on the body as adjusting for a smaller bust would require adding vs taking away material, so some flat pattern making techniques are going to be necessary to get a proper fit. This tutorial might have some useful info for the ...
The answer to that is context dependent, but the first step is to make a sloper using your form if it fits everywhere else, then do a final fitting on your body to adjust for the bust if possible, or make the adjustment using flat pattern making techniques if fitting on the body won't work. Fitting on the body would be relatively easy for the princess seam example above, and your final pattern after adjusting for the bust would end up looking something like the image below (new pattern line in blue). However for a darted sloper it would be more difficult to fit on the body as adjusting for a smaller bust would require adding vs taking away material, so some flat pattern making techniques are going to be necessary to get a proper fit. This tutorial might have some useful info for the flat pattern making side of things around bust adjustments: https://mellysews.com/2015/09/how-to-do-a-bust-adjustment.html
I'm glad you found it useful!
The axe blade is so convincingly painted I thought it was real metal! Amazing work.
Flaxseed Heating Pad
Makes sense, thanks for the tip.
Thank you for sharing your experience! I will see how this one fares in terms of rancidity. Helpful tip.
This is incredible - really unique and well executed. Respect!
Sculpted Oak Desk
The images your robot has helped create are stunning!
Light Painting Robot
Gesture Controlled Star Wars Stocking
So glad this worked out as a good starter project - looks great!
Flaxseed Heating PadView Instructable »
Tools & Ingredients
Modules and Shields
Welcome to Laser Cutting
This is great! Thank you for sharing :)
Yay that's awesome! I like them curling inward actually, it's a different shape and they turned out great. Thanks for sharing!
Aah that's such a good idea!
Soooo fluffy :) Thanks!
Oh wow, I have used procion dyes a lot and didn't realize that you could set them without steaming. So you lay your fabric down on a sheet of plastic, then cover with more plastic when done? Thank you for sharing your expertise!
That sounds like a beautiful event! I'm glad I know about it now, thank you :)
Thanks! Hopefully I'll have time to create some more projects soon.
Thank you for sharing all these different methods side by side, this is really helpful!
5 Ways to Print on Wood
Tools and Resources for STE...View Instructable »
An adult one should be next!
Thanks, that means I accomplished my goal on this one!
Make an Owl Costume
DIY Butterfly Wings
Wow that's really beautiful!
Thanks! There isn't anything interactive in this piece, but I'm glad it made you think of interactive applications. This link packs a lot of information in and has some cool projects.
Starting and Ending Floss
Wow, this is a really interesting set of fabric articulation experiments. Thank you for posting such a well documented instructable! The motions could be used for so many effects!
This turned out really well! I like the effect a lot.
Sorry for the super late reply. The smaller holes are .36"x.43" and are arrayed around the center with the long way aligned towards the middle of the paw.
That turned out great! It's hard to tell in the photo but I can see the sparkle you're talking about, I really like the fibers on white. Thanks so much for sharing, and I'm glad you had fun wearing it in the festival circuit this summer!
This makes baking in the backcountry seem so much less intimidating. I'm getting inspired for my next trip - thank you!
Backcountry Baking for Every Budget
Introduction to ArtCAM Standard
A really long time! But a lot of it was trial and error along the way for the structure, and figuring out the electronics and code as I'm a novice in that area. If I were to make it again now that the design is worked out, probably 20 hours? Most of the steps are pretty simple, but there are a lot of them and many involve waiting for things to dry, etc.
Flat-Pack Lantern Attachment for Any Headlamp (DIY Diffuser)
DIY Carbon Fiber and Wood Ring
Welcome & Supplies
Part of this release was also the ability to sort instructables by contest winners in explore. You will see further down the contest page a section of winners across contests, and from there you can check out the full set. While it doesn't provide details on what place was won or what contest, if looking to browse all winners at once it's much easier than clicking through individual contests. From instructable pages, you also can click on the award icon in the top right corner to bring you to the contest that was won.
Paper Owl Box
Hello, I'm an Owl!
My Foam Built Micro Camper
Arduino Powered Headdress
Lead a Workshop on Squishy Circuits for Kids, Even If You Know Nothing
Yay thanks for sharing all this on the Instructable! It's great to see all of the fun places that the disco ball helmets you've made have shown up. Thanks for adding your tips here :)
Rubberband Helicopters: Step-by-step
$10 Smartphone to Digital Microscope Conversion!
Beyond Beginner Welding
Beginning to MIG Weld
Tools + Materials for 3D Printing
Non-Soldering Solar Bug
Simple Bots: Rolly
Interactive Art With Scratch and Makey Makey