Tell us about yourself!
Dorodango - the Art of Polishing Dirt!
GREAT PUMPKIN Candy Box!
Cheesy Potato Waffles
Mini Kratky Jars - Easy Hydroponics
Two Ways to Make Organic Apple Cider Vinegar in a Mason Jar
Globe Knot Bracelet
Homemade McMuffin Sandwich From Scratch!
Jewelry findings is the term for all the bits that attach jewelry to you or other bits (pins, French hooks, eye pins, etc).Cool idea!
Strawberry Mille Feuille
Cado COPYCAT Ice Cream Recipe (No Ice Cream Machine Needed!)
DELICIOUS Swedish Cinnamon Knot Buns
Face Mask Duckbill With Filter
Clothes Rack (no Screws)
3D Print Aqueduct Planter
Oreo Cookies COPYCAT Recipe
Soft Flour Tortillas Without Shortening : Tortillas Sin Manteca Y Rexal
Isn't masa corn? They sell mixed corn and wheat tortillas, so it should work, but the texture is quite different from flour tortillas.
Dutch Oven BLACK Bread
Yes. That's why you use parchment paper not wax paper - it's designed for baking on.
Sourdough Cardamom Buns
NO FAIL FRENCH MACARONS
Parabolic Curve Art Embroidery
Automated Garden System Built on Raspberry Pi for Outdoors or Indoors - MudPi
Ah. So it needs to be able to scroll up higher, then. Thanks, that's helpful - hopefully useful to the programmers, too.
Knitting Compostable Eco-Stools
Tiny Glass Float Nets for Marbles and Other Spheres
Yeah, squared holes (not in the corners of the cards), would make the turns a lot simpler. I haven't tried that, but it makes sense.What I do for tracking turns is color each corner of the cards a different color (with Sharpies). Usually red/green/yellow/blue. Then I can tell which corner is nearest me and whether cards have gotten out of sequence - though that's most useful in a threaded-in pattern like this one (which is most of what I do). There are more complex patterns where cards get flipped or turned separately, where marking the corner wouldn't help.The idea of flipping the cards to untwist while keeping the same rotation is neat - I think I'll try that. Even if it will confuse the markings...
I do a lot of tablet weaving. I've used playing cards, but I cut them square (and rounded the cut edges) to make it easier to turn - takes longer to make them and set up, but the cards remain useful for other weavings so I felt it was worth the time. And yes, either you're going to run out of room to weave on the borders a lot faster than on the edges, or you need to turn them back at some point - not sure why they need to keep turning forward anyway, though when I do the weaving it will probably become apparent. Tablet weaving makes seeing the end result from the pattern very difficult. And - that pattern is gorgeous, I definitely need to weave it! Thanks for making this, and triggering me to get back to weaving.
Card Woven Ukelele Strap
DIY Cardboard Smartphone Film Scanner
NANKHATAI/NARAYAN KATAAR (INDIAN SHORTBREAD)
Primitive Net Making From Carving Your Needle to Weaving Your Net
Recycle Cardboard Into Anything With 3D Printing!
Cedar Garden Bench
Leather Field Bag
The Introvert Light
Parmesan Roasted Carrots With Garlic
Holiday Cornbread Recipe
Homemade Water Distiller! - the Deluxe (Stainless Steel) Pure Water Still! - Easy DIY | Full Instr.
Texture Rollers - for Cookies or Clay
The Carrot Recorder
Right Angle Clamping Jig - Minutes to Make
Beef and Bourbon Pie
10+ Loom Building Projects
Discover and Build an Inkle Loom!
I love my inkle looms - I do a lot of tablet weaving. This is very nice! (I bought mine, after a lot of consideration of my level of skill in woodworking).I do make my own shuttles - a Dremel or equivalent rotary tool helps with that, it's easier to control in hand than a full-sized drill. Though it's been quite a few years since I made mine, so the details are fuzzy - it's still working fine, so I haven't needed a replacement yet.
How to Make a Bin-liner Out of Newspaper
Natural Lip Balm - 5 Ingredients
FindyBot3000 - a Voice Controlled Organizer
DIY 3D Printed Dremel CNC
DIY MINI CNC DRAWING MACHINE
Motion Activated Automatic LED Stair Lighting With Arduino
How to Make a Cardboard VR Headset
DIY Quantum Dots(Nanotech in Your Kitchen)
Chocolate Lava Cake | Molten Cake
Brigadeiro Brazilian Chocolate Treat (3 Ingredients)
Crustless Custard Pie
The Best Dutch 'Stroopkoeken' Recipe
Saint Mark Cake (12th Century Recipe)
The Swedish Killevipp Or: Dessert Goes Supernova
Foot Activated Opposable Thumb Third Hand Clamping Device
How to Make Hokey Pokey Candy
DIY Smartphone Paper Microscope With Simple Materials and Tools.
How to Make a Powerful Hydraulic Press
Syringes the pusher pops out - so it's easy to empty the driver, a bit harder to empty the four pushers because of the crushed thing. With nothing under the press, it would be simple - there's enough length in the dowels to pull the pushers out of the outer cylinder and thus drain the water. Not sure how they manage with something underneath (toy, can...apple. Lightbulb is no problem).Did you consider using a jar with a screw lid for the water splitter, rather than wood and epoxy? A plastic or metal lid should hold at least as well, be drillable, and not be porous.Looks like fun - and maybe useful, I make cheese and need to press some of it pretty hard. Though for that it does need to be even pressure (it looks like one syringe gets slightly less water than the others, in your video), and…
Syringes the pusher pops out - so it's easy to empty the driver, a bit harder to empty the four pushers because of the crushed thing. With nothing under the press, it would be simple - there's enough length in the dowels to pull the pushers out of the outer cylinder and thus drain the water. Not sure how they manage with something underneath (toy, can...apple. Lightbulb is no problem).Did you consider using a jar with a screw lid for the water splitter, rather than wood and epoxy? A plastic or metal lid should hold at least as well, be drillable, and not be porous.Looks like fun - and maybe useful, I make cheese and need to press some of it pretty hard. Though for that it does need to be even pressure (it looks like one syringe gets slightly less water than the others, in your video), and I'd need some way of measuring how much pressure I'm applying - putting a small scale into the press would work somewhat for that, to calibrate.
Easy 5-Ingredient Custard
Easily Soundproof a Stainless Steel Sink
Cardboard Stand for Easy Drawing With Phone
Duplicate Your Existing Clothes!
How to Fix a Zipper (without Replacing It)
Iron Age Shoes (previous 'viking Shoes')
Needle Binding Wrist Warmers
Crochet Magic Ring Tutorial
How to Tunisian Crochet
Knit Like a Viking With Nalbinding - How to Do the Oslo Stitch
Knit Like a Viking! How to Join Rounds in Nalbinding
Carve a Bone Needle for Naalbinding
Laser Cutting Class
Art of Breadmaking
It's an interesting recipe but I find the pictures more confusing than helpful. What do you use the bench knife (dough scraper) for? It's all rolled out as one sheet, right? Some of the picture sets run right to left, some left to right in time order. And there's no clear picture of my bugaboo - what should the dough look like when you shift from mixer to kneading? I keep either adding too much flour so it's stiff or having liquid dough that's unmanageable. Yours either starts out shaggy and gets smooth or starts smooth and gets shaggy (what does "sturdy" folds mean here?)It's hard to cover all the steps, especially for something you've made frequently and know how it's supposed to go. But I'd really like to try this, and am really confused.
In step 5 there's a picture of him using it to cut the dough. But the instructions don't say anything about cutting the dough, it's rolled out in one big sheet. Thus my confusion.
I'll check it out - that's always been a problem for me, it seems to go from sticky to too firm without stopping in the middle. Thanks!
Print Larger Items With Your Small 3D Printer
Easy Soft Flour Tortillas
WiFi LED Light Strip Controller
Jig for Punching or Stamping Letters Straight
Awesome English Breakfast Muffins
If you buy/grow a bunch of squash and roast several at a time - freezing the puree lets you make this pumpkin bread months later, when there's no squash (or not much) on the market. I buy sugar pie pumpkins in September and October, fill up my freezer with puree, and make pie from it in November and December when the pumpkins aren't for sale any more (in my local Trader Joe's).