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Great idea. Thanks.
Stop MotionM - DalilaL1 is most definitely correct. The attached is a pic of a mitten.
Just for info: You can buy smaller amounts of conductive thread, just Google it - obviously it would be more expensive per metre. Also I've just found it at one of my favourite places for certain items at a slightly cheaper price and postage is free: http://cpc.farnell.com/c/education-maker-hobbyist-electronics/wearable-sewable-tech/conductive-thread (base in Preston Lancs).
That article is talking about a study on men who smoke as well as taking much higher doses than the recommended daily allowance of B6 and B12.
Nice one ☺ I remember doing that.
Not sure if my comment posted? The loom you made is wonderful but it would be easier to make a hammock using macrame. This is just an example, there are different types of knots. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KovXSRHhlRc
Though the macrame would be easier I love the loom you made, well done.
People may be wary of adding that especially for kids.
It is when you're not playing with it. It's more fluid and hold shapes better than normal sand so good for kids to play with.
Haven't read it all yet but still some handy information regarding tools and materials used.
I thought most washing machines (for clothes) were cold fill only now. Certainly new ones in the UK are as far as I'm aware.Great tips btw, KoR.
I thought most washing machines (for clothes) were cold fill only now. Certainly new ones in the UK are as far as I'm aware.