The AccuQuilt GO! Hattie’s Choice Die make cutting difficult quilting shapes fast and easy!

Hi, I’m Pam Heller. AccuQuilt’c cutting expert. Do you remember back to 7th grade math? Geometry was the class that was so frustrating and confusing to me. All those shapes, diamonds and parallelograms and triangles. I could never figure out how to measure them let alone how to put them together in some semblance of order. But AccuQuilt has taken the guesswork out when it comes to geometry and created a block that fits together perfectly. No calculator required. Let

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DIY Underwear | Get Thready With Me #2

Hi, it’s Annika here! And did you know that making your own underwear is really, really easy? [intro music] So, I never have to buy underwear again because I kinda perfected a method of creating my own. And they’re actually way more comfortable than any store-bought underwear I’ve ever owned! So, you want to learn how to create your own underwear? [music plays] Well, let’s get started. The first thing I did was to grab my most comfortable pair of

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PUI GM Upholstery Bench Seat Installation Tutorial Overview How-To Instructions

Today, we’re on the floor of our patterning department again, and we’re going to be covering this bench seat. The bottom is going to be done about the same as the rear seat that we did before. The backrests on bench seats are not easy, so that’s why we want to give you a video and show you. They are more difficult than you might think. This is PUI brand seat foam that we’ve brought up for this. This actually

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Huge cereal box cardboard glider | How to make it

Today we are going to build this big cardboard glider. Only using cereal boxes and simple materials We need about 6 or 7 cereal boxes for this we need a cutter or scissors a ruler, preferably a metal one tape glue, I recommend HUH glue I don’t recommend using hot glue since it’s heavy start by breaking the boxes Then we cut all the panels Now we have all the panels ready place it panoramic and then measure the vertical

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Swimming Lessons for Kids: Back Gliding, Kicking and Back Stroke Arms

Hi there, my name’s May and I’m a certified swim instructor with AquaMobile! Today we’re going to be doing a recap of our kicking and our gliding and we’re going to be working up on our basics to back crawl. We’re going to start off with doing a back glide that’s assisted by the instructor, it looks like this. So Kira, right over here. Take a look at what I’m doing and then we’ll do that together. Looks like this.

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GoPro Max review: the most accessible 360 camera

(mellow piano music) (upbeat music) – This is the GoPro MAX. And it’s GoPro’s second attempt at a consumer level, 360 camera. (upbeat music) (camera whirring) Last year, Insta360 came out with the One X, and it totally revolutionized the idea of what a 360 camera could be used for. First off, footage shot with the One X was stitched in camera, and then you were able to edit it right on your phone and upload to social platforms almost

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How to Build a Balsa Glider – 12″ Sandpiper – Part 2

For the fuse, you have to think about sanding in multiple dimensions. Before we sand this, we should mark a couple points on the top of the glider as to where the wings will be and as to where the tail will be. On the very top, we’re going to measure 2 3/4” and draw a line. That will be the leading edge of the wing. And then 2” from there, since that is the chord, we’ll draw another line.

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Riven Challenge Get 3 headshots while Aim Gliding

Hi everyone! This Riven Challenge was probably the most chalenging so far… Getting a perfect headshot while aim gliding is already hard enough, let alone three. I mean, if you play with keyboard and mouse, I guess it is “easier”. But still… I tried the usual method: double jump & glide, Bullet jump & glide, Falling of Archwing & glide. I even tried diferent weapons with diferent fire modes, Nothing worked. I finally realised that I had to immobilise the

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