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Model steam engines are every boys dream toy. Big boys like them also and those who are craftsmen can build model steam engines in the workshop. There are a few engines which can be built without the use of a metal turning lathe. However the better more advanced engines require that you have lathe capabilities. You can start by building a very simple model just for the experience. You will get a real thrill when you see it running. Then graduate to a more advanced model which will have more…

Zhanna Barabash
DIY Laser Cut Rigid Heddle Loom - Part 2: Weaving With the Rigid Heddle Loom: 45 Steps (with Pictures) Diy, Rigid Heddle Weaving, Heddle Loom, Weaving Machine, Loom Machine, Weaving Loom Diy, Diy Weaving, Loom Bands, Loom Bands Tutorial

DIY Laser Cut Rigid Heddle Loom - Part 2: Weaving With the Rigid Heddle Loom: Welcome to The Interlace Project!Our mission is to make weaving more accessible by designing open-source weaving looms. Rigid Heddle Looms are a great introduction to weaving and the skills you learn are all transferable to other types of looms. Eas…

Moon Rose
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After ten and a half months, I finally took this scarf off my Leclerc Artisat loom and finished it just in time for our weaving guild challenge, Fine For Me. Everyone was challenged to weave something with yarn that was thinner than we ever used before. Our guild has members with a wide range of experience, so it is going to be interesting to see the different items next Monday when we meet. The finest yarn I used previously was a 20/1 linen. I had to use something thinner than that, so I…