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DIY Mini Can Torch

DIY Mini Can Torch

Another type of rocket stove to build.  This explains how a rocket stove works.

Another type of rocket stove to build. This explains how a rocket stove works.

All adobe/mud cookstoves and ovens.. | Rocket Stoves.. Experimenters corner.. Answers questioned!

All adobe/mud cookstoves and ovens.. | Rocket Stoves.. Experimenters corner.. Answers questioned!

How to Construct Houses with Plastic Bottles

How to Construct Houses with Plastic Bottles

DIY Solar Water Heater From Plastic Bottles - Make a solar water heater from a pile of plastic bottles and cartons. This is great for the…

DIY Solar Water Heater From Plastic Bottles - Make a solar water heater from a pile of plastic bottles and cartons. This is great for the…

Learn How To Build A Rocket Stove For Earth Friendly Cooking [video]

Learn How To Build A Rocket Stove For Earth Friendly Cooking [video]

(DIY) Beach Wrap -click on source at the bottom of the pictures to take you to the instructions

(DIY) Beach Wrap -click on source at the bottom of the pictures to take you to the instructions

Dremel 26150660JA Coffret de 7 Fraises à défoncer

Dremel 26150660JA Coffret de 7 Fraises à défoncer

Sonnenfänger basteln - aus Treibholz und Glas Regenbogen Perlen - DIY Gartenidee *** DIY Driftwood and glass rainbow sun catcher

Sonnenfänger basteln - aus Treibholz und Glas Regenbogen Perlen - DIY Gartenidee *** DIY Driftwood and glass rainbow sun catcher

I ❤ embroidery . . . The Hungarian Braided Chain Stitch (also called the Hungarian Chain Stitch or the Hungarian Braid Stitch) is worked in a manner similar to a reverse chain stitch or a heavy chain stitch.  In most books, you’ll see the stitch diagrammed in such a way that it looks really easy just to follow the diagram – but in fact, it can be rather frustrating to work when you try to pick up the inside stitch. In the video, I’ll show you the easy way to do this.

I ❤ embroidery . . . The Hungarian Braided Chain Stitch (also called the Hungarian Chain Stitch or the Hungarian Braid Stitch) is worked in a manner similar to a reverse chain stitch or a heavy chain stitch. In most books, you’ll see the stitch diagrammed in such a way that it looks really easy just to follow the diagram – but in fact, it can be rather frustrating to work when you try to pick up the inside stitch. In the video, I’ll show you the easy way to do this.