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Jim's Rising Chair
Wooden Cube in a Cube in a Cube
RuthGrace, this is AWESOME! Long flights, (long public commutes of any kind, for that matter), are only one of the very practical reasons for this sweater. I know of at least a few people who would greatly love this sweater, to assist in sensory overload situations, with their autism spectrum disorders. Pair it with earplugs, and the Autie or Aspie could get some desperately needed down time, even surrounded by family and friends - like in long car rides, college dorms(or other gotta-room-share situations), & summer camp. You could market this. You SHOULD market this.
THIS is uber-COOL! Speaking as a height-challenged person, I really want a pair!
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Great ible! Beautiful work!
Pug Sock Plush
Healthy dairy package
There is another correction. It isn't 'margerine'. Margerine is a product derived from plant-based oil (gross). What you're creating is actually clarified butter, or 'ghee' (pronounced 'hee'). Ghee is some fantastic stuff, too! ;)
Scan Photo With Your Mobile Phone
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Aquaponics Vertical Garden
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Cupboard with folding table and lights
Tiny House Series: Pt. 1 Exterior
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Pasta Making Class
Live Off the Land : Survive With Edible Weeds
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Firing natural clay WITHOUT A KILN
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Leather Spotting Scope!
Handcrafted Leather Messenger Bag
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Thanks, rallekralle & Nathan! I knew it wasn't supposed to melt it to the point of dripping, lol - but that heat level, I always thought would be detrimental to the stability & structure of the forge.
I've always been a bit concerned with the idea of building a forge of metal - the very product a forge is built to melt. How does it not melt the forge, if you get the heat high enough to melt metal?
The Wooden Light Bulbs
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Fireweed Jelly (or other edible flower jelly)
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