Be sure to stop by my page and let me know how your build goes if you do. I'd love any feedback on what you like and what could be changed- already had to add an extra hose clamp to my original design after using it for a while (I updated the build page a while back to reflect the change).
Nice! I might try to make a Hydra of my own before commencing my next batch.
You can get your chiller to work even faster using smaller diameter tubing- more surface area to chill water volume. Of course then you get less coolant through, but you can use parallel streams. I used three 1/4 tubes to run coolant through, all split from one supply steam. I did a write up about it on my blog here:
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Very cute and a perfect fit! Good thing you had a bunch of washers around to while away a sick day -
I have been dying my hair any red from light auburn (which I prefer best) to as dark as Irish Red Auburn, thanks to my stylist who seems to think it should be darker every month for reasons I can't sink my teeth into! I have taken a harvest of hairbrush hair and used OOPS Color Remover to see if the color would lighten considerably. The final result was a gorgeous light ginger auburn which I would love to maintain using henna. Is there a way to achieve this by mixing 3/4 Cassia with 1/4 Henna just to make my normal drab dark blonde/grey roots close to the lighter auburn color? Has anyone done this, and is the application procedure any different?
Thanks for this site. It is very informative.
Great information I love it!! I just started using henna and love the results!! But where do you find it soo cheap? 2 packsge for 1.98 wow!! My email is email@example.com like to know what store. @thank you so much for your info.
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this gives me an idea :) , i should try this, maybe do an ombre style?
Very nice! Thanks for sharing how you did it.
Love it! If i ever advance beyond sewing on buttons and repairing seams I’m going to try this!
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Thanks, Parnuuna! Many of my ideas come from keeping up-to-date with the fashion blogosphere, which includes new products from some of my favorite online shops. This dress was inspired by ModCloth's Team Mod Mini Dress .
The length of the elastic is up to you — basically, just make the final length of elastic shorter than the circumference of your sleeve so it will crunch up and give the sleeve a ruffled effect. Although I don't believe I measured it for this tutorial, my "rule of thumb" is to place the elastic around my bare arm where the finished sleeve will fall, tighten it by 0.5 inches, and then mark that tightened final length on the elastic.
If you'd like a safer approach, you can always use long basting stitches to try elastic different lengths before sealing up the sleeve in step 8.
Let me know how it goes — I'm so glad you're liking it so far! :)
How much elastic do you use? Do you measure the elastic around the arm or just thread it through and once it is all the way around cut it?
I am loving this and I hope you respond quickly because I am right in the middle of it!
Danke! If you're logged into BurdaStyle, you should be able to go to the pattern page at http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/ruby and look to the bottom right of the pictures. There, it will list a price and a button that says "Get it now." Click that button, and you should be redirected to your Purchase History page. Once purchased, you can always download the pattern from the Purchase History page.
Love love love these, and I think I can make them! However, I cannot for the life of me download the original pattern! Any suggestions as to how I can get it? Thanks
Holy crap, that was fast. They look awesome!