Hi this is Tristan at the Austin Martial Arts Academy. We’re online at http://www.austinmartialarts.com. Alright this next punch is called the hook and we’re going to start out with a parallel stance just so you can see the mechanics clearly. The very first thing, just parallel legs, slight bend in the knees, as you recall
this is the Knitting cast on I make my slip stitch I make my round there pass my yarn through the loop there it goes let’s make that slip stitch again we make a circle we pass the yarn from the back to the front there it goes my slip stitch so now I put
At the beginning of the story, we want to hook the reader’s interest immediately. We want to entice them into the fictional world we’ve created. Now, one way to do this is by beginning with conflict or intrigue – something that’ll make the reader expect a dramatic unfolding. Raise a question for the reader they’ll
Take an empty cardboard box and remove the top. Draw lines at about 1cm from the edges. Using a black marker cover the outer surface of box. Draw outline on a cardboard. Mark at about 1 inch from the line. Place the lampshade at an angle and mark on inside. Make 3 marks at 1cm
O.k. once you have your fabrics picked out and your materials all out you want to go ahead and take the picture that you drew like that; decide what one you’re going to go with and go ahead and carefully cut it out. Now when you cut out your material you can always extend your
This is the story of a family owned and operated 3rd generation company. The year is 1935, in Sifton, Manitoba. Times are tough. Unemployment is high. The innovative and caring mind of Willard McPhedrain thinks “I can make things better!” Using his railroad connections and whirlwind promoting skills, he promotes Sifton made products across Canada.
Okay, once you have your stitch and tear on the back, you are ready to start putting on your appliqu?. You’re going to pick the bottom layer. Which in this one is going to be the tree. And actually this one does not have a middle and top, it kind of has a bottom and
JEANETTE WHITE: Hi. I’m Jeanette White from Expert Village, and we’re doing English method of hand applique today. In our last segment, we’ve transferred our design onto our background fabric on the back using a brown micron pen. We want to make sure we don’t soak through. The next step is we’re going to take
Hi and welcome to Gadget Guide USA. Thanks for tuning in. I’m Stephen Kowalski and I’ll be your gadget guide today as we explore this clothes hook camera J018. I decided to go ahead and start this one off actually using real footage from the clothes hook camera so I hope you enjoyed it. Ok.