Pressing and Finishing Seams
Sewing the Running Stitch
Tying Off to Finish Sewing
Pressing, Cutting and Pinning
Hand Sewing Class
Pocket Fire Box
Shop Vac Squid Brush
Leather Stitching Pony and Avoiding the Costanza Wallet
Ammo Can Solar Power Supply
OccuPod - an Old Storm Drain Pipe Turned Into a Warm and Comfortable Living Space!
Tools & Ingredients
Science of Baking Class
Easy Homemade Peanut Butter Cups
Simple Brass Whistle
Teardrop Camper Made of Wood
How to Use a Japanese Style Pull Saw
How to Make a Hammer in 20+ Years
I grew up in the northern part of Wisconsin. I remember cutting a piece of the trees in by tapping on the bark you could actually move the inside of the wood out from the bark. This allowed you to cut the other necessary holes to make a small whistle. Now I'm 75, and I wish I knew the type of wood that I use as a child I remember this now because of your instructions. I really like the work and the pictures and I love to carve. Thanks for the memories and I will be sure to try and make this.Thanks,David
Great design and "how to" instructions. This birdhouse is something even I ca and will make.Thanks
Very nice work. A good mallet is a great addition to any shop.
I have a couple of projects I would love todo. On the surface they do not look that complicated. I am however 75 and I also know, as you said, if I get into it and I get overwhelmed If 'lol set it aside and never finish it. Sometimes It's think old dogs can't learn. New tricks.
Machine Sewing Class
Intermediate Leatherworking Class
Great concept and you showed how to make it very clear and concise.Well done!
PCB Concepts and Materials
Circuit Board Design Class
Great Design and wonderful execution. The Photo, description on making one is really well done too. Congratulations, Looks like I have a project to start.
I forgot to ask. I have a constant battle with squirrels. DO you have them where you live and can they get up and into the base?
You mentioned using it on your battery. I use it when changing light bulbs. Especially with older fixtures which have porcelain bases. It serves to protect the electricity but also acts as a lubricant allowing easier twisting as you insert the bulb. Later when you want to change them they slip right out.
Simple and easy to follow instructions. Most of all, I like the design and I feel certain it will be very functional. Saves me from purchasing another journal.
Welcome to Bread
Building my cedar strip canoe
Butcher Block Kitchen Prep Station
How to Make A Cutting Board
DIY carbon tape heated trousers
Simple minimalistic design lamp
Easy Garage Storage and Bench