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Made one this weekend. I'm very happy with how it turned out. Thanks!
Harvesting your own clay, dirty but delightful!
Pasta Making Class
It looks like you dredged the chicken in flour, but I don't see that step. Or do my eyes deceive me? Looks great. I love slow cooker recipes.
Thanks for the Instructable! I made one and it works great! Video here: https://youtu.be/_WJoSF0zL5c
Heatless (cold) Toner Transfer for PCB making
Very helpful. Thanks!
That's fantastic! How did you paint the wood pattern? Did you do that freehand? I've seen patterning tools for flat stock, but they don't work on round objects.You said you couldn't figure out how to drill a bat out without cutting it. If you were to make this project from wood, it would likely be easiest to cut a dado down the middle of a couple boards, glue them together, and turn your own bat on a lathe.
I would definitely be interested in learning more about this step, if you ever want a suggestion for another 'ible. :) I see some blue tape or plastic, but I would love to know: what the material is, how you designed it, how you cut it, and how you applied it. Apologies if these are dumb questions: I know almost nothing about painting/stenciling techniques.
Harley Quinn Baseball Bat Pepper Mill
Love it! I need a smoke extractor, and love this design.
Thanks, I was having a heck of a time getting mine working. I didn't realize I had to enable i2c on the pi. Your instructions were great, and I got the hat working in no time (though I have to figure out the threshold values; the defaults aren't working if I have the inputs actually connected to anything, but work pressing them with a finger directly).
Or silliness. :)
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