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I think you meant, "at least not too warm so the beeswax doesn't melt." Right?
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Hi Diego - So classy! My daughter loves foxes and she has 2 children, so I'm making a fox family: 2 regular size and 1 that's printed at 125%. I'm ready to begin gluing but I want to know if I should begin with number 1 and proceed through the highest number - or just randomly start with the smallest pieces? Thanks.
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My older (5+ years) Samsung TV has a setting for volume control which was great until I got Amazon Fire TV. When I switch between antenna and Fire TV, I usually have to adjust the volume, sometimes by a LOT. This seems like a good solution but it's been decades since I took an electronics course. I think it's time to update my skills and give this project a try. Thanks for providing so much detail - a great starting point.
Hi - When you describe making a 2-color gaiter, you said that you used a 20x20 square of each color. Did you mean a 10x20 square of each, or is the finished gaiter different in size?
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Great, clear instructions - thanks! I don't see what type of glue you used where you finished the end of a braid that will show. Once I hemmed a leather skirt and found that rubber cement was the best option. What do you use?
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In researching CO2 or 'dry ice' for a project I learned that the pellet form can be used as a substitute for sand in sandblasting. It sublimates and leaves nothing of itself to clean up. I'm interested to see if the HF tool will work with or can be tweaked to work with 1/8" pellets, available from dry ice suppliers. Follow warnings for skin protection and inhalation of vapors.
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Just curious - What other use did you find for these scissors?
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Yay! My printer is accurate!! I'll post when it's done...need to make a trip into town for fabric and notions. I'll also try making one in a lightweight flannel because I work in an old building that's really drafty - maybe with a lace overlay to dress it up. So many ideas! Thanks.