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Fascinating project! Please tell us how much it weighs.
Your design is terrific and you are quite a duct tape craftsman! Others who want to use your design may consider using Hypalon, available at stores selling outdoor fabrics. It would be simpler to glue three panels of Hypalon together with Hypalon adhesive. The results would produce a very durable (and repairable) pannier.
The "Corner Clamp Pads" are very clever. I hope Irwin sees your Instructable and makes them available commercially, after they handsomely reward you for the idea, of course.
Brilliant, thanks for sharing your plans for re-purposing an old HD!
Your imagination and engineering is not "ephemeral". Thanks for sharing. Keep building!
Oh no, I should have checked all the paint cans more closely in my dad's shop after he died! He may have stashed zillions of dollars in one of them.
Nobody can make just one boat. Get ready for your next project.
FaNtAsTiC! I don't think you mentioned how much it weighs.
Once the honey is in the glass jar, consider using plastic lids instead of the two-part canning lids. They are easier to mange.
Great idea! I uploaded the *.STL files to shapeways.com to print and the lid was incomplete.
I'm not sure I would agree. Our household uses ghee because we have to, not because we want to. Ghee has properties resembling oil rather than butter. Because of this, one has to reduce the quantity when substituting ghee for butter in recipes. Often the results are different too. For example, dishes don't brown as you'd expect. The milk proteins contribute to browning food.
This has proved to be an effective way to convert butter into a "non-dairy product" for people, like my wife, who have an allergy to milk proteins.
Probably better for packing a backpack or suitcase than a dresser drawer.
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Paige, thank you for presenting your very helpful Pasta Making Class. I've made pasta before, but the results were not as good as after watching your video. You included many helpful techniques and tips.
Nice project and presentation ! I like to leave the lip on the first course of blocks. I think it adds to the block's "bite" into the gravel.
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