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Most of your links to supplies are to the same page. Could you fix that or give specifics so we can find them?
Most of your links to supplies are to the same page. Could you fix that or give specifics so we can find the various supplies ourselves?
First Instructable? Awesome! Great wording and great photos. My only criticism is that the Frixion Pen product may work for you, but for others, they leave ghost marks. https://quiltskipper.com/2015/08/frixion-pens-all-you-need-to-know/From the article: "I called the Pilot pen company and asked for a representative knowledgeable about Frixion pens and their use on fabric. She was quick to note that Frixion pens were not designed to be used on fabric!" I have heard this over and over again from quilters. From "It works fine for me" to "I will never use them again." Your choice, but fair warning.
Thank you! Everyone is so insistent on granite, quartz, etc. Laminate is easy on the budget and lasts perfectly fine for years and years with just a little bit of common sense.
I was taught to put the first layer upside down so that thin strip of frosting in the middle is evenly spread. Turn the one with the flattest top upside down, or cut off a bit of the top to make it flat.
I've glanced through this, but didn't see a video. What does it sound like?
I love the looks of this, but I am feeling very Scrooge-like. What is the price range for the parts? Aha! You should have a "kit" on your "Holiday Gift Bundles" page. https://www.albanycountyfasteners.com/holiday-hardware-and-tool-bundles.htm
5 Ways to Print on Wood
I was thinking black crochet thread would look fantastic.
Really pretty! A lot of work what with all the testing.
DIY Butterfly Wings
I really like the versatility and the lines of this. Two statements: Arm rests are really useful in helping the elderly out of chairs. I am not sure if your arm rests are tall enough to help. I would love to hear from nurses or physical therapists who helps patients up out of chairs. Then I wonder if a bit a tweaking would help. It looks like when someone sits down he can flip an arm rest down and have a drink holder, but I can't really visualize it. That would mess up the lines on the fully flat bench variation, right?
Add a photo of that. If you hesitated in seeing it, so will others. Show them.
Seriously beautiful. I hope she appreciates your work.
A lot of scratching posts for sale are too short, too unstable, and too narrow. Since your couch is at a wonderful height, very stable, and pleasantly wide, it's perfect!
What happens when the battery dies?
I am missing something. The pattern pieces in the PDF don't match the leather pieces you cut out what with the tabs. Plus, there are no measurements on the PDF. I am not sure anyone could actually make this without buying the pattern you have on etsy.
I would never use 25 pounds of flour. I just don't cook that much. But it looks like Cortez Milling Co. is in Cortez, Colorado: http://cortezmilling.com/https://www.facebook.com/Cortez-Milling-1471409419...
Good. I missed that.
Those non-skid rubber-like things on flooring, especially under anything of weight, will degrade and stick to the flooring. Don't do this.
A small rug, or at the very least, some felt pads under the wood would keep the floor from getting scratched. Of course it would make the whole thing more slippery, so no swinging around stupidly. (darn!)I am concerned about the bracing, too. You need some triangles to keep the whole thing from shifting into parallelograms.
Easiest knot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xioyDXBWBNo
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Threading Needles and Knotting Thread
Beautiful! I really like trestle tables because they don't have the legs in the corners to bang into.
I wish we could've had this 20 years ago. "Step. Away. From. The. Printer."
The ultimate in simplicity. Now, I no longer have to keep the cup-hook factory in business. (Although, the keyhole stuff was pretty mysterious. Off to do some research.)
Added to my Christmas list. Thanks!
Unnecessary and sexist comment. "... my fiancee will likely be with me, and her bag will contain almost entirely clothes."
And here I sit thinking the opposite. I think it would be easier to paint before assembling....
Too bad the "All Steps" has quit working for me. I would love to look at this, but it feels like click bait. Sorry ChristianHH! I know it is not your fault!
Doesn't work. Even when I do it the old fashioned way, clicking all steps on each instructible, it doesn't work. So frustrating!
Better yet, put a small table in front of the fan. Put a couple of bottles of ice on the table. Aim the fan to blow across the bottles. Sit in front of the fan. Same effect, i.e., 2.1°F lower! Woo Hoo! Improved Version 2.0: Put bottles of ice on a dish towel to catch condensation.
Two things about tool bags. 1) They are never big enough. 2) If they are big enough, they are too heavy to carry around. Excellent Instructable.
"Bonus points if you put them in their original order."But how will you check? Gotcha! Meanwhile, can I find a transmogrifier on Amazon or should I try Craig's List first?
Thanks for sharing the knowledge!
Thanks for explaining this. While I can always muddle through figuring out the few pairs that I never quite memorized, with one quick glance I can see my answer. Please ignore the trolls here who cannot recognize that some people are more visual than others.
Do you use silver or silver plate? I have some silver plated flatware, but I always kind of assumed that the plate wouldn't survive that kind of bending.
I am sure rice is just an example.
I was thinking the same thing. Okay, if you really don't like the smell of vinegar, then use mouthwash.
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Twisting and jumping paper toy.
Easiest Paper Pop Up Card. From Amazing Paper.
Seven flowers. Awesome pop up card .