Asked by patanddave 9 years ago
I am on social security and do hand quilting in my spare time. I have many quilt tops but I am unable to find quilting frames that are affordable so I can finish my quilts. I know I can find instructions on "how to build" on the internet but I don't have the tools or "know how" to build my own. Is there anyone out there that would be interested or available to build me some quilting frames at a reasonable price? If you live anywhere near the east side of Indianapolis, Indiana I would like to talk with you about this project. My email address is email@example.com. Thank you
Posted by ferrarro 9 years ago
How to build a video or picture frame with just a old IBM thinkpad laptop screen? I have a just a laptop screen and want to be able to power it up and and hook add a video in put to it.
Asked by retoddb 9 years ago
Does anyone have any references for how to create or modify eyeglass frames? I have a couple of very hard and nice looking sapphire crystal rounds from very expensive projector lights that I would love to make into a set of hi-tech John Lennin glasses. Any tips? Links? Instructables I missed? I know I could probably cajole an eyeglass place, but want to do this on the super cheap. Thanks!
Posted by homba 10 years ago
Hello once again, I've sorta been sneaking around trying to decide what the best way to go about trying to cut ( basically a bike frame ) without doing it manaually and = or spending too much cash I dont have. Welders look like they'd require a high skill level to hold and I cant really hold- or in fact even BE near things- that causes high or noticable rpm , so the hacksaw doesnt seem too great an idea either . But what i was thinking ,was that I could use some of sort of clamp set up so that I didnt have to hold the hacksaw while cutting the frame ( its really a knee walker frame ) If this seems like a good idea or any one has any other suggestions or ideas that might allow me to do this , i really appreciate your opnion on the best way I should go. thanks hele
Posted by hele 7 years ago
I am trying to get a website to work correctly. Can any HTML wizards help me? Free Pro membership to the best answer! Answered
I am trying to redesign the website that is used by the company I work for. The company would prefer it if I could make them a site that uses frames. This is so it will be relatively easy to change/update pages. I am not very experienced with using frames, but I have made some good progress so far. I have two questions that I cannot seem to find the answer to. 1. How do you add a border with a radius around a framed website? The design that my company liked had a border around it with rounded edges to frame the site. I have no problem doing this in CSS with a regular website. However, I cannot get the border to show up around the framed site. I have tried putting a border around the framed page using CSS. I have also tried adding the border to select parts of the framed page. (For example: a rounded border on the top, left, and bottom of the left frame panel.) This does result in a pseudo-border around the site, but the radius does not show up. It is just a rectangular outline. 2. Is it possible to have two overlapping background images? There is a strong vertical line and horizontal line on the page as design elements. I would love to have those lines stretch infinitely across the background. I know how to do this with one image, but can you layer background images on top of each other? My idea for a solution would be a set of GIF images with transparent sections. One image would be the horizontal line and the other image would be the vertical. The place where the two lines meet is a part of the website, so I am not worried about where these images will overlap since they would be in the background.
Asked by skittlespider 6 years ago
As a new mom (of six months) to a beautiful baby girl, Madeline Ann, I LOVE how I can merge my passion of creating and parenting together! Right now, I create big girl things for myself still mostly & cute things for my tiny tot. I love checking other creative momma's ideas out. (or creative people's creations', period) I started a blog www.kreativekatiekonnect.blogspot.com and I've learned that blogging as a new mom is HARD! I just can't find the time to be as consistent as I like and haven't really gotten the knack of documenting all of my projects, photographing each step, editing, writing, posting & then SHARING hoping for followers. Maybe, folks in this group who have a little blogging experience can help me out with this. This group is made by Me for You creative folks who love to make/create almost anything & everything. (From drawing potraits, photography, any cool crafting, sewing, mod podging, refurbishing & the list could keep going to infinity, really!) I have been refurbishing old furniture lately, painting & personalizing mailboxes, creating really cool stuff for my little one & TRYING to sew a few things here and there for her (and would love to for myself). I am hoping I can share some of my ideas with you and vice versa! I love new ideas & I really hope you will join up with me and share yours along with enjoying one's that I share with you! Please excuse my POOR grammatical errors and lack of good writing/typing. It's difficult to type while holding a baby, rocking, ect. LOL So, bare with me & excuse my writing, but appreciate my creativity because I CAN'T WAIT to see your creations. (or anything you share) Xoxo Katie Let's link up EVERYWHERE: Yay =-) : *Follow me on twitter @TheKatiePett *Like me on Facebook www.facebook.com/KreativeKatieKonnect *Check my blog out and pls share your thoughts: www.kreativekatiekonnect.blogspot.com Also, if you have a blog, twitter, or facebook page- please share w/ me and I will totally follow you and keep up with you! I'm a devoted fan once I meet ya! :) #FanOFcreativity
Posted by thekatiepett 4 years ago
Who is the most economical supplier of T-Slot framing, 80/20 The Industrial Erector Set, Faztek, TSlots, Bosch Rexroth, Parco, Inc, or Framing Technology. Framing Technology claims to be the manufacturer, but is there another out there? I just want the best prices.
Asked by cadams15 4 years ago
Digital picture frames can make a great gift for anyone, and here on Instructables we have a whole range of DIY digital picture frame projects. Check out this list of some of our favorite digital picture frames that you can create for a fraction of the cost of buying something similar at a store. Cheap 'n Easy Digital Picture Frame The name says it all: joedog86's original frame can be made by anyone and is not too expensive.   DIgital Picture Frame Number Two The follow-up to the Cheap 'n Easy frame shows a different way to make another simple and economical picture frame. Glass-Mounted Digital Picture Frame For the geek that loves to see circuitry, this digital picture frame places the screen between two sheets of Plexiglas so that you can see some of the internal workings of your frame. Hanging Laptop Digital Painting Matte and frame a laptop screen to turn it into a classy photo frame. Yet Another Digital Picture Frame Another approach to making a digital picture frame results in a high-quality final product. Dell Laptop Digital Photo Frame Instead of tossing out your old Dell laptop, turn it into an aesthetically pleasing and highly functional digital picture frame. 3D Digital Picture Viewer A twist on the classic digital photo frame: building JayDub's DigiStereopticon to view digital photos in 3D. If you want to look at more options, you can check out a previous compilation, the Digital Picture Frame How-To Building Guide or the Instructables group for digital picture frames.There's always room for more. Keep the digital photo frame Instructables coming!
Posted by joshf 9 years ago
I'm trying to frame a 6" square picture with a frame and mat. i cant find a nice frame or mat for a good price so I thought to glue a couple of sheets of cardstock together and cut out a custom mat shape. Do you guys think that will work? I'm at a loss for the frame. I haven't thought of how to make the frame but i know i want something simple and modern looking. Any ideas/help? Thanks!
Posted by nsdragons 6 years ago
Hello, im in the process of making myself a pare of eyeglass frames. im stuck at figuring out how to get the groove into the inside of the frames for the lenses to fit in because the lenses are curved. and the frames are rectangular in shape. anyone have any experience in making glasses? can someone give me a tip? much appreciated. :-D
Posted by adamtj 10 years ago
I'd like to find a free program (preferably with a Windows GUI) that can extract every frame (or every Nth frame) from a movie file and convert them into a series of image files.
Asked by NobodyInParticular 8 years ago
I have a 93 Pathfinder with a rusty frame, I just discovered that the rust has eaten a hole through the frame and I'd like to repair it.... how do I go about it??
Asked by shiatzu 8 years ago
Digital picture frames are a really popular gift project here on Instructables, and lots of people are searching for digital picture frame how-to's. So, here's a guide to some of the best digital picture frames we have:Cheap 'n Easy Digital Picture FrameTotal cost was under $100, and could be substantially less if you're savvy.Digital Picture Frame Numero Dos!I made this as a wedding present for a very good friend of mine, and I think it turned out very well. Granted the cost of digital picture frames have come down significantly in the past year alone, but that wouldn't be handmade, customized, or particularly interesting to read on Instructables.com, now would it?Hanging Laptop Digital PaintingTake your old laptop, matte it, frame it, and convert it into a hanging framed digital lcd screen to do with as you like.YET! Another Digital Picture FrameAll Picture frames i have seen are nice, but I wanted something else: A really nice frame (custom made and that's ain't cheap), a nice size (14.1") and with some "extras" (wi-fi, bluetooth, etc). This is a brief description how to disassemble a notebook and assemble a nice digital frame.DIY Digital Picture Frame (the easy-lazy way)Inspired by the "12 dollar digital picture frame" on makezine.com, I bough the Jukebox from Ebay and the connectivity kit from K-Mart. At a garage sale, I found just the type of frame I needed: one that would fit the Jukebox and the SD card INSIDE it.Find more digital picture frames using the digital picture frame keyword.
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
Round mirror 24 inches with styrofoam frame in the shape of a ribbon. The top part of the styrafoam(bow) is broken about 8 inches. How can I fix it? Thank you, Ellie
I'm on the market for a new TV, but I can't find the right TV without this shiny TV Frames. You know, the frame that surrounds the picture. I cant stand all the refection on that frame, it really bothers me. How can I get rid of it?
Asked by germanudo 7 years ago
Hey y'all! So I need a bit of help here. I just finished this puzzle and I want to frame it (something I've never done before). I've looked around here and there aren't any frames that would fit a 20.5 inch X 28.5 inch puzzle. I refuse to pay the outrageous costs of custom framing, so unless something magically pops up, I will be building a frame for it. Building frames, building anything for that matter, is not my fortay and I would appreciate any and all tips y'all can provide. Thanks!!
Posted by Stercus Fit 10 years ago
I've seen a photo of these frames on a social network and i was wondering... Which polymer is used for these frames? Do you see this trasparent thing that hold the stickboy or the squares of the card or the inside of the egg? like something that is popping out of the frame... i was thinking... i can put this frame orizontall... then i can put a surface of this polymer on it and i put inside of it an object... this will be taked down by the gravity and at a certain point it will stop by the flexibility limit of the polymer... and when the polymer is dry i can move it without particular problems... i think this may be a good way to recreate this frames... but i don't know which polymer they used for these ones.
Asked by FenriX 5 years ago
The slider does not work very well at all. I would prefer a regular door.
Asked by Okaysure 8 years ago
Good links are good. Thanks. Or what are some good sites to ask for this kind of question?? *** ~ THE METAL FRAME ON THE SIDE OF MY LAPTOP SNAPPED - can i glue or how to fix? ~
Asked by tinkermadness 3 years ago
The frame of my bike is too short for me so my back seriously hurts especially up slopes. is it because the frame is too short or the handlebar is too low? if i reposition the saddle backwards, the cycling is a bit better but not a lot. next idea is: i have is to buy longer stem 2nd idea is to buy saddle support (pipe) that is bended backwards.
Asked by Karletto555 8 years ago
Is there a way to connect a digital picture frame to a computer in order to display information? Answered
I've seen little monitors that can display weather RSS and other random info, and i just thought using a digital picture frame would be a good substitute instead of an expensive little screen. I'm just stuck on how I would connect the frame to the computer. any ideas welcome lol
Asked by cyranohadden 8 years ago
I have been searching for several days trying to find a website. It is a framing system that is used for loft beds, pedal cars, and any number of things. I think it is a .org. It uses holes in square members and the way it is bolted together is very strong. Help!
Posted by sundy58 8 years ago
I see you need spacing between your cells and the frame the cells are encased in. So what do you use after you have strung all the cells together and before it is mounted in the frame?
Asked by donaldfrey 9 years ago
can i use a digital photo frame display panel as a second monitor, disassembly i guess will be required?
I would like to use a small 7" digital photo frame and remove the lcd panel to use as a display for a htpc case. I am not sure if it's a simple case of soldering a d-sub connector to the panel inputs, or a bit more technical?
Asked by khepri 9 years ago
I have a sagging metal futon frame that I only use as a couch. The mattress is a thick one and it always slides forward. Is there a way to fix the sagging frame and keep the mattress from sliding forward. Maybe even create a cheap couch frame but still using the mattress as cushioning.?
Asked by kool361 6 years ago
I am putting a touch screen panel over it to control the lights in my house
Asked by timmi 8 years ago
Instructable where someone took apart a computer and stuck in it a picture frame (not the digital picture frame)?
Sorry, but I was just wondering if anyone remembered a instructable where someone took apart a computer and stuck it in a picture frame. I'm sure it wasn't a hanging digital picture frame. Does anyone know this instructable? Thanks.
Asked by Ryizer 8 years ago
Can you turn the metal frame of a mattress into a giant capitative sensor? Like can you detect if someone lies down on the mattress. What do i need to get this to work? Thanks, Nadav
Asked by nadav 7 years ago
I am trying to explore the most cost effective and quality solution to my wish for a 22-26in Digital Picture Frame for 300 or less. This is something I would mount to my wall and hope to have no more than 1 wire dangling dwn from the frame (pwr supply). Do anyone have suggestion on how this would be easiest to accomplish? Suggestions? Thanks in advance, Sharon
Posted by photojunkie 10 years ago
Asked by rockbeth 6 years ago
Hello!I have looked all over the internet and cannot find:* Drum Shaped Wire Frame Lamp Shadesor * Contemporary Lamp BasesDoes anyone have any suggestions?Thank you!Jeff
Posted by design101 9 years ago
I started framing a lean-to, a-frame roof like a deck (with an a-frame "header" and three joist hangers). The joists are angled at about a 45-degree angle and are perpendicular to the garage (on which I hung the header). There will be two 4x4 posts at the end of the 10'x10' roof. When I looked for advice about this framing style, I found nothing. Is this going to be stable? I designed the roof this way because I have 6' reclaimed cedar fence panels that will run down the roof like shingles. Thanks for your help.
Posted by meralgia 6 years ago