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"... demonstrates how sewing is a puzzle about spatial relations and order of operations" -- Indeed! I like your fabric choices, especially the interior. ;)
This tutorial is extremely thorough: fantastic job. :)
Photo and Video Mosaic
Thank you. :)
Ooh really nice job! Hope your mom liked it. ;)
Pulsing Fluidic Heart Micropump
LED Firefly EarringsView Instructable »
Gorgeous! And thanks for including so many details. :)
Love the irony. :)
Very nicely done!
Very nice job!
Stop Motion Puppet Armature
Very nicely done with the ball bearings sandwiched between the hinges!
Nice design! I bet you're looking forward for Halloween? ;)
Commute Travel Time LED Indicator
Useful idea; I'll have to give it a try sometime!
Nice table! I also couldn't help but notice the book lamp in your intro: beautiful! Did you make it or was it purchased?
Clever idea with using the foam!
Nice execution! So many servos... great job with the build.
Thank you; I appreciate your kind comment!
Nice usage of acrylic with wood! For another version, trying different colors of acrylic or engraving into the acrylic might beinteresting. Or if you're really up for the work, engraving acrylic and using markers to tint the designs would look pretty great. I'll have to give it a go sometime: thanks for sharing. :)
Clever! Thanks for sharing. :) About the problem of the exposed metal, perhaps you can use larger diameter heat shrink to fit over the pins?
I've definitely seen larger and thicker heat shrink for bundles of cables, so it's out there somewhere for you. Alternatively, safety pins without loops are available; with those you could slide on two long, thin pieces to cover the two sides of the safety pin. Then solder your insulated copper wire to the center and slip another larger piece of heat shrink to cover that solder joint. But whatever you try, good luck!
Good luck! I'm looking forwards to next iterations. See steps 2 and 3 in this project for pictures of what I mean, by the way.
Hope it turned out all right. :)
6th grader or not, Ilustrator is a great skill to have. Enjoy!
Thanks for your kind words and vote. :)
Nice job hiding the light in the shell! If you want to create a simple switch for this, you could use discarded insulated wire for the bracelet band. Solder one end to the battery's positive terminal and another wire to the negative one. Then attach a screw clasp to the ends of the wire: when the clasp is connected, you'll have power and the light will go on. Just a thought that I've seen for conserving the battery :)
Awesome job! Nice write up too.
3D printing would be a great idea! Thanks for pointing out the fire hazard; I've added it as a warning. ;)
Thank you for your kind words!
Glad to have helped you gain inspiration. :)
Thanks for your kind words. :)
Nice rust effect!
I'm happy that you like them!
Thank you :)
Thank you for your kind comment! I'm a math tutor so that was some calculus. ;)
Woodturning Werkplaats IDC
Great tutorial with nice explanations. :)
This is really helpful: thanks for sharing!
This looks great!
Layered Sculpture LampsView Instructable »
Thank you for your nice comment!
Network Connected LampsView Instructable »
Thank you for your comment, and I'm glad you find it useful!
Thanks for your kind comment! I actually posted this too early for that jewelry contest; I appreciate you suggesting that though. :)
Interesting... Thanks for sharing; I love the videos!
Thanks; your project looks lovely!
Woven Wire Sea Glass EarringsView Instructable »
Ooh beautifully done! I like the red peeking out behind the silver. ;)
Fiat lux indeed -- thanks for sharing you knowledge and ideas on ITO coated glass!
Awesome! I'm always a huge fan of dragons, and yours is no exception. ;)
Something sounds fishy... I think this is the wrong instructable? ;)
Awesome job at reconstructing a wood grain-like pattern too! I'd be interested to see the machine you're designing to automate the process. :)
Nice trick with the embossing powder!
Those color combinations at the last step look great! The leather and string combination was a good choice. :)
Gorgeous! Thanks for the glass cutting resources.
Thank you for sharing such a well-written tutorial and awesome project. I'll have to try this out some time. :)
Low-Poly Paper Sculptures
Oh steampunk; I'd love to see pictures if you have any. :)
Ah thank you for your input!
Small screws indeed! That's why the flat head screwdriver had to be ~sixteenth inch.
Very nicely done, and nice color choices too! I had this drawn out in my sketch book too. :)
Disassembling Watches With ...View Instructable »
Thank you for your kind comment!
I love the design, both in the graphics and the mechanical hinge!
Dragon Piggy Bank
How-to: Wooden badge with safety pin
Clever way of attaching the safety pin. :)
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