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this was done in WW2 by the Derwent pencil company ( UK). They hid maps inside the pencils that were given to troops who were to parachute into Europe. The maps showed the area they were being sent to and were for use if they escaped the enemy. The germans did not work out that this was happening during the war and did not take the pencils away from the prisoners.
thanks. I only just saw this. I have an embarrassing pile of boxes in my basement with goodwill handbags and coats etc to cannibalize!
thanks for your prompt reply. I was wondering if a drill bit was used!
Lovely and easy! How did you make the hole in the lamp? Thanks for sharing!
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I really like the shape of your bottom pockets! I use leather I get from goodwill, old skits and coats or sometimes pants. It is often soft enough to sew with my regular sewing machine which saves time and is easier on arthritic hands. Very nice end product and thank you for sharing all the problems... makes me feel less of a failure!
yes I have a major stash of cannibalized purse parts!.
that makes sense! thanks for your reply!
nice! I have lots of ties waiting for a purpose! what length did you cut the tie to?
I like the idea here. I have made several cages and I find it is easier to use electrical ties to hod things together. I seem to have endless ones around but I accept this would cost a fraction more... easier for old hands though!
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Thanks that was really helpful! Just got some potting soil delivered!
thanks for posting this. Great alternative to one use plastic trays! after you have covered with cling film how often do you water and do you spray water on or pour it in?thanks!
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if its steel it may rust when washed. aluminum wire would be a better choice
thank you so much!
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I just found all this mail to me from Instructables. Thanks for your link
I still think it is really cool!
Did you make one? I wonder if it could be made lighter if the wood were balsam or mad with “ cardboard”
I don’t understand how the metal is inserted. Is it left in permanently or removed for washing. Could you please show detail of this and elaborate.
Thank you so much for replying promptly. Going to make some today! Tyvek would make it sweaty but I save those large labels from ikea products and might insert them in the opening if I go shopping!
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genius temporary fix. I will do this to my bathmat so I stop falling as it slips from under me! I love simple, inexpensive hacks that do not require expensive tools!
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fantastic timing... I am trying to purge my fabric stash from goodwill clothing left over from numerous projects. I just can't seem to throw anything away so this will be great! I have 2 questions... how did you decided on the size? and how much does the finished poof weigh? you did a fantastic job and really explained everything well!
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what do you mean exactly by "tossing it" is there a video of you doing this. it looks like something I would love and I am really keen to make one
I like the look of Baltic birch.... much more stable than solid hardwood. This is a great simple clean design. You could also add as all blocks of wood at the bottom projecting 1/16 inch below the steel to protect your floors. .good job!
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Lovely idea well done! Any problem with insects?
Brilliant.... I am jealous as I would not be strong enough to move it!
This looks like a nice recipe but I did not see anything in the ingredient list that was spicy. Are there meant to be hot peppers in it?
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