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Cool finished product, but what's even cooler is that I already have all the tools and supplies to do this. Now the time and inclination . . . Thanks
Garlic scapes can be found on the Internet, as well, probably in May or June. The farmer I purchased them from mailed them quickly. As I can't eat garlic, scapes are my substitute, so I chopped them in 2" lengths and froze them on a cookie sheet, then scooped them into a bag (well, 2 bags. I bought a lot!). My husband and I are both fans, and this pesto looks wonderful!
Really fun water feature. How has your bake clay survived the water environment?
Beautiful! I love dandelion whatever phase they are in! Will probably try this, cuz tedious doesn't intimidate me at all! Thanks for posting this.
This is like an anthology. Thank you so much. Cooks and bakers know many of these, but finding them all in one place with the caveats is a treasure. This will be in my recipe file.
Like this design. I've made 2 others, one in bulk. Was planning on going back to the first design I tried, but will do this instead! I REALLY like the knit on the sides. Also, your suggestion that the mask be washed after every use, and that hands be washed before putting on, before taking off, and after taking off (wish I was that good about washing hands!). Those pesky viri (is that the plural of virus?).
Interesting about reason for the direction of the pleats. Caution re: seams. Coronavirus is very small, so it is best to avoid seams in the body of the mask. Many fitted masks have seams running over the nose down to the chin, leaving a great place for a virus to escape or enter. Another reason I like this design.
This project is far beyond my ability to build, but not to imagine. Are things like this available commercially? They would be great for hobbyists: crafters, jewelry makers, Lego builders, etc. My biggest problems as a multi-crafter is storing all the little parts, then finding them.
This is wonderful and I can imagine your son having a great time playing with it. Years ago, my son and I made the Star Wars snow planet cave (can't remember the name) out of Styrofoam using directions from "Women's Day" or "Family Circle." It was a big hit and a lot more fun than some of the commercial play sets.
Interesting and informative 'able and comments. Like most everyone who lives in close quarters to others, I struggle with noise from neighbors. Wish soundproofing were easier!
That would be a good idea, too.
Love it! Can you estimate how much it amplified the sound? I'd like to be able to play music for 8 - 10 people sitting at a table.
You obviously know a LOT more about computers than I, but I believe I could do this with your instruction and LOTS of research on youtube, etc. Why would I? I have a sewing machine that requires a computer to embroider. Both SM and computer are about 10 years old, which is young for a sewing machine but the computer, not so much. I'm going to pin this instructable in case I need it. THANK YOU!
Great instructable and congratulations on winning the stick it contest! This is a great technique. I like making unusual outfits for 18" dolls, like American Girl, and have been designing a modern wonderwoman costume. But the technique I've been planning uses craft foam, which is heavy for so small a costume and, IME, is easily torn. This might work much better. Have you worn your arm cuff? Did it survive the event? If it's sturdy as is, wonderful. If not, do you think gluing fabric or interfacing to the back would strengthen it?
First, I am so impressed you would do this for your brother. It can be hard to be patient with kids who have ADD and I applaud you and your parents for working on an affectionate, functional relationship! Your brother is a very lucky young man. Second, this car is awesome! My very young grandson is a car freak, and I would love to make this on my brother's 3D printer, which he is unfortunately cannabalizing for his newest wonderful machine (I think a CDC router). Shoot!
Yeah. I was thinking blue because that's the color filament possibly available to me!
Wouldn't a saddle bag require rummaging while riding? Given that REALLY SERIOUS bike accidents can happen so quickly, I'm encouraged by the safety issue addressed by this cool idea. Mounted onto an existing water bottle holder would be another design, for sure.
What a clever way to make a sturdy sewing machine table that can be stored when not in use. It would work great for a serger, too.
i am so excited about this instructable! ive wanted one of these for a long time, and this one is within my skill set. thaks for writing this up!
what if mom wants to make this for herself? these instructions seem pretty hard. is the actual process hard?
how do you think this would work to build strength in fingers/hand damaged by a fall.? i need somr resistance, but hardly any.
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Absolutely amazing. So much more impressive than the tiny house!
This was really instructive and fascinating. I make doll costumes (18:") and have used EVA craft foam for a few items that were not very durable. But you did a lot of steps I didn't do (like paint and finish). Do you think doing all the finishing stuff you did made the construction stronger? I imagine that costumes get a pretty good workout at cons. Do they hold up, or does one weekend kind of do them in?
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