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Proofing Your Yeast
Pressing, Cutting and Pinning
Tools + Supplies
Tying Off to Finish Sewing
Paper Mache With Flour
Gluing and Fastening PVC
Bending and Forming PVC
Cleaning and Finishing PVC
Tools and Materials for PVC
Cutting and Making Holes
Hand Sewing Class
Threading Needles and Knotting Thread
Tools and Materials for Hand Sewing
Paper Mache With Glue
Tools and Materials for Paper Mache
Intro to Paper Mache
Paper Mache Class
Introduction to Mold Making & Casting
Tools & Supplies
Mold Making & Casting Class
Metalworking Tools and Materials
Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Tools and Materials for Glue
I tried your method with a pork sirloin with fresh rosemary. It tasted great with Thanksgiving left overs.
Stove Top + Oven
Meat Cooking Basics
Cuts of Meat
I found a six inch tripod at a garage sale. It was enough to hold the camera steady for a time exposure. This is the supermoon from a few days ago. I tried several exposures. I think this was about five seconds.
Tripods and Supports
I did not have use for a lampshade but I did have a wooden ornament which broke it was a wooden kit that we get out every year for Halloween. Got knocked over and apiece of the tail got snapped off. I dry fit the pieces together and tried to clamp it using Irwin clamp, masking tape, and rubber bands. Because the brake was on a curve nothing would hold it straight and it kept slipping to one side or the other. I finally drilled a small hole next to the break and used a number 6 screw 3/4 inch to hold it in place. After the dry fit test I took the screw out and applied a small amount of glue to both surfaces, pushed it together with my fingers and then put the screw in to hold it tight. I let it cure overnight so it would set up completely then removed the screw. (I had put a thin ...see more » I did not have use for a lampshade but I did have a wooden ornament which broke it was a wooden kit that we get out every year for Halloween. Got knocked over and apiece of the tail got snapped off. I dry fit the pieces together and tried to clamp it using Irwin clamp, masking tape, and rubber bands. Because the brake was on a curve nothing would hold it straight and it kept slipping to one side or the other. I finally drilled a small hole next to the break and used a number 6 screw 3/4 inch to hold it in place. After the dry fit test I took the screw out and applied a small amount of glue to both surfaces, pushed it together with my fingers and then put the screw in to hold it tight. I let it cure overnight so it would set up completely then removed the screw. (I had put a thin coat of Vaseline on the screw so the glue wouldn't stick to it.) There was a hairline crack but it disappeared when I wiped it with a dark oil polish. The tail is firmly attached awaiting next Halloween when someone will knock it over again. I spend more time on repair projects that I actually building things.
Holding the Camera
My house: front, up, and from the side.
I have used epoxy for some larger outdoor jobs where I could slather it on and clamp it together. In this case I mixed the epoxy and used a small artist's brush to work it into the crack. I clamped it togher with a bar clamp using sponges so the clamp wouldn't slip. I let it cure overnight. After I took the clamp off I filled it with soapy water and got no leaks
I have a ceramic container for kitchen scraps on the way to the compost bin. It cracked about 3/4 of down one side. I didn't want the crack to show so I didn't use glitter. I also wrapped a wire around the top so if the epoxy failed I would't spill scraps all over the floor.
Tools and Materials for Arduino
Welcome to Arduino
Electronics Crash Course
Simply two wires soldered together and covered shrink tube.
LEDs and Lighting Class
I had no popsicle sticks but I did have a picture which fell off the wall and the frame got cracked. White glue, a small brush, and two clamps and it's good as new.
The box is black because I made it out of very cheap wood. I used four 40 W bulbs. I read in an electrician's manual that you should never put more than three wires together with one wire nut. I connected two of the bulbs separately from the other two and then connected those to the feedline. That way I never had more than three wires coming together in one joint. I used my meter to ensure that they were wired correctly before plugging it in. (That's from Paige Russell's Lamps Class)
Troubleshooting + Wrap-up
Cooking & Serving Fresh Pasta
How to Keep & Store Fresh Pasta
Using a Pasta Machine to Roll & Cut
Creamy Pesto Sauce
Wonderful recipe. Half of it was just right for two people for dinner.
Paige made better looking nests. I need more practice.
Pesto in the pan waiting on the pasta. I used lassebrun's suggestion and toasted the pine nuts. It really brought out the flavoor.
Egg Dough & Kneading Basics
Pasta is resting. Now to start the pesto.
This is not as beautiful as some of the others but it was a fun project.
My daughter says that he is surfing the internet.
I have been able to obtain a Canon SX30 IS. I'll be using this instead my iPhone. I took some photos with various AWB. This is a Tillandsia cyanea. It was an overcast but bright day.
Important Camera Settings
Testing Your Connections
Introduction & History Bits
Ingredients & Tools
Pasta Making Class
Where to Sew From Here
Meet Your Sewing Machine
Lamp Part & Wiring Intro
Welcome to Machine Sewing!
Machine Sewing Class
Casting Molds With Voids
My wife didn't want a boot pot so I used a milk jug with a soda bottle for the negative space. The milk jug has interesting grooves on the side which give a nice pattern. The Pam spray made the mold come off easily. For the drain holes I used pieces of cork which gave me larger holes which could be knocked out with an old screwdriver. This was a great project.
Getting to Know your Camera
My main interest is in photographing flowers. This is a Guzmania monostachia. I used an iPhone 6. I am looking at several used cameras of a better quality and will upgrade soon.
Choosing a Camera
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