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Second scarf: Purl stitch
I used the same yarn as my first scarf with an addition of some color. Once I got the hang of the k1p1, it was quite fun. Unfortunately, I did not notice some errors. However, I can see how some errors actually make some interesting designs. Chaos is creativity. It is also really, really long!
First hat: Shaping the crown
First hat: Knitting in the round
"Room of Requirement" Hogwarts Scarf
"Fantastic Beasts" Inspired Cloche Hat
First scarf: Knit stitch
First Scarf: Bind Off
Done! I'm loving knitting.
Tools and Materials
That color is really cool!
Now that's a smiling face!
First scarf: Cast on
Intro to Tools and Materials for Knitting
Pattern Abbreviations and Knitting Gauge
Welcome to Knitting
Getting Started with Electronics
Electronics Tools and Materials
Sorry; I should have used the Viking name for WalMart: Walmardia. It's the place for guys that wear tunics made from old bed sheets.
Tools and Materials for Arduino
Conclusion & Going Further
Viking Underdress or Tunic From a Sheet
I like the idea of using a shirt that fits properly as the template. I might experiment with an old bed sheet and go to Walmart in it.
Sleek ESP8266 Breadboard Adapter with Pin LABEL
Oak Raspberry Pi case for under $10
Binder Clip Phone Car Mount
Phone Scanner Stand
Quarter Wave Dual Band VHF/UHF Ham Radio Antenna
Welcome to Arduino
Concrete Coffee Table
Heirloom Quality Quartersawn White Oak Limbert Table #240 w/ Authentic Ammonia Fumed Finish
Tools and Supplies
Perhaps one of our Arabic speakers could do one in Arabic, with an English translation below it.
Sure! It's called civil disobedience. Breaking the law to be nice to someone really ought not be a law, should it?
Wow! There are a lot of law-abiding nervous nellies around here, aren't there? I bet you none of these guys ever speed in their cars either. They are probably always doing the speed limit.
Hmmm......Don't get caught.
Very Nice! Thanks for posting this!
World's Simplest Electric Train
Raspberry Pi Class
LEDs and Lighting Class
I want to see the trebuchet instructable.
These are really, really pretty! I love the aggregate in the concrete.
How to Make a Concrete Countertop
Here's the end result of the below idea. It's still in process and will definitely need to cure a whole lot more. It passed a ten second hang test (long enough to take a picture). I used a super high strength concrete and the hooks are washered to a half-inch corrugated reinforcement bar. It's gonna be real nice after it is cured and polish. The mold was an empty kitty litter container. This took several days to make. Just to make the interior voids was mind numbing; but I got it all together. And yes, it is heavy.
Yes! I was on my front porch thinking of that yesterday. I have these hooks used for hanging baskets on the front porch. I was thinking of creating an object to hang from them; just a big block of concrete with holes and green stuff growing out of them. So imagine a square, insert a large foam globe (like the ones at Michaels); you know the hard stuff for flowers. I would use foam inserts from packing to form channels and hopefully the concrete would harden around them. In the end it would be kind of like a concrete square with a tesseract (generally) interior. I would fill it with a sphaghum and dirt mix for a ferns-moss to grow. I am still trying to figure how I would mold it though, especially to keep it light. If adding the interior stuff to it makes it to heavy, it might b...see more »Yes! I was on my front porch thinking of that yesterday. I have these hooks used for hanging baskets on the front porch. I was thinking of creating an object to hang from them; just a big block of concrete with holes and green stuff growing out of them. So imagine a square, insert a large foam globe (like the ones at Michaels); you know the hard stuff for flowers. I would use foam inserts from packing to form channels and hopefully the concrete would harden around them. In the end it would be kind of like a concrete square with a tesseract (generally) interior. I would fill it with a sphaghum and dirt mix for a ferns-moss to grow. I am still trying to figure how I would mold it though, especially to keep it light. If adding the interior stuff to it makes it to heavy, it might be cool, just to have it empty inside and have it make fluted-wind noises.
I have made several pieces now. My first attempt was using really, really old concrete. It took forever to set and I had no idea why. I researched and discovered that concrete has a shelf life! The work I did though was not in vain; the blocks I made formed a very compact form but easily crumbled. I used those inside other things I made. Then I was able to pick it out and have a perfect cube deep inside a container. After going to Lowes and getting fresh concrete, my next effort was successful. I have other pieces in the process of setting and drying and I'll add those to the image gallery as I go along. Thanks.
Casting Molds With Voids
Wearable Electronics Class
Welcome to Machine Sewing!
Pasta Making Class
Machine Sewing Class
Troubleshooting + Wrap-up
Mixing + Pouring Concrete
Welcome To Concrete
Back in the 70s, when we would get our D&D dice, they would be unpainted. We did this to them. I particularly like the different paints for metric and imperial measurements.
Wireless All Sky Camera
Really, really cool. Thanks for the instructable.
How to Sew (using a sewing machine)
Massive Timbered Platform Bed
However, transparent aluminum is the only thing that can hold back the vacuum of space and survive super-luminal velocities of warp field mechanics; and it is much more plentiful than sapphire. I am still waiting for Montgomery Scott to come back from the future to teach us how to make it.
You are well on your way to making transparent aluminum and transparent steel.
Yea, with the mouse! Great image.
Super. Someone get trek.
Supercapacitor Joule Thief
Magnetic Pixel Poetry
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