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>move house >get new desk >want a chair >black friday amazon sale >buy £200 leather office chair for £39.99 >arrives when freinds are round >set it up >no stitching on the seat part, leather jsut wrapped around cushion. >friends go "well it was on sale, guess you better return it" >go into attic, get box of strings and sewing kit of my grans she left here ages ago >select matching string to stuff on back part, thread needle and sew the seams up. >looks better than all the machined stitching on the rest >bros looking at me like im mad >"h-how did you do that? where did you learn how to sew?!?" >mfw i have never done it before and just /diy/'ed the problem and they are acting like im crazy or poor as shit. How do you freinds react to your /diy/ antics, be they minor or grand in scale.
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I want my room to give off a somewhat cozy, library-ish vibe. A bit like a study den. I already have a lot of books, and I'm still working on my collection, and I have a lot of inherited art from my great grandparents on display. What else would /diy/ recommend?

RF Remote

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At work we use RF remotes to open the gate. I don't have one of these remotes because they have run out and are too tight to buy more. I am fed up with getting out and having to put the code in the gate. Is their a way to capture whatever these remotes send out and maybe use something like an arduino to transmit it?

DIY Beginner's Resources

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Hey DIY so ive never posted a thread here but i really like the idea of DIY and have for some time. I find myself wishing I could contribute and come up with such cool projects. I understand some things (mainly respurposing) are just luck/unreal creativity but for I'd like to learn the basics of houses and building and electricity. etc. where can i learn? ive googled but it only teaches so much. i need some books or something haha TL;DR who can point me to some basic resources to learn DIY skills and thinking. thanks
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ketchup good. how do me make ketchup sandwitch? i put ketchup on counter but where bread go? (note i am i 30 year old Iranian man) <---- Desired effect
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Hey DIY I recently went to an art museum and saw the works of Alec Soth I am really in love with the related image. Where can I print a large version of this in gloss photo print without getting people asking me about copy right issues and such? Because I can't find it anywhere online for sale, aside from his photography books. I just want to hang it up on my wall in perhaps a 24x30 format or maybe a smaller 18x24.

Finished projects

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Finished project thread, i'ts a wooden usb, rate and comment please. I will dump images of the process. Pic related, the biggest one is the last I've done, the other Is another I made few months ago. Also feel free to post the projects you've benn working at.
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I want to make a tiny home. I need some suggestions on: > Construction estimate software > Cheap, good quality, awesome looking materials. > Economical Architectural advice to lower cost of utility cost. > Utility advice. > Any advice.

Surprising Finds

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Does anyone have any /diy/ stuff they have kicking around, that later research reveals to be rare/valuable/super useful? pic related, found a few hundred sheets of fine crocus cloth really useful for almost anything, looked online, and it's like 1-3 dollars per sheet what the fuck
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I would like to refinish this TV stand a darker color. I have some dark acrylic varnish that i bought with a bunch of other paints that i can use. Is it just a matter of sanding the current finish then applying the new varnish, or is there more involved?
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Final Stealth Van thread. >12v 900ah, 10kWh battery bank >800w Solar Array >12v 100a EV Charger (50 cents per kWh) >160a Vehicle Alternator >30a Inverter Charger from AC wall outlet Thanks for helping me perfect the build /diy/, sharing my last revision. Added functional 12v ac, ev charging, better wiring diagrams, cleaner cable management, in addition to ironing out some stuff. With rebates this could be a sustainable alternative to houses for less than $20,000. I'll post all the links later.

decorating bedroom walls

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i just moved into a plain dorm. how do you guys decorate your rooms? i picked up some posters and i've been wanting to put my vinyls up. unfortunately tape tears off parts of the poster and i dont want to make holes into my wall, what is the best way to do this without dropping money on frames? what else are helpful tools to decorate a room as i will probably find out more things to do. i have a collection of hats, although i cant hang them because that will stretch it out. will anything other than a frame/box/case on the wall suffice for things such as vinyls and hats?
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Hi /diy/! I'm guessing this is the best board for my question, but let me know if I'm wrong. >be senior in high school >want to do something nice for some of my teachers I'm thinking of painting them all a mug each. My drawing style is like in the pic attached. There's a cool place in my town that lets you paint mugs, cups, and other stuff and they fire and glaze them. What do you think? Lame or nice?
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There is no hobbies board, so diy gets a collection thread Let's see your various collections
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So I got a motorcycle. And it keeps blowing fuses. I looked everywhere for a wire grounding out. Didnt see anything.What else could be causing it? Pic related its the bike
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Not sure where would be the best place to post this (here or /fa/). I have been interested in suiting fabrics since I purchased my first bespoke suit in Hong Kong a few years ago. I recently attempted to look into the suiting fabric market (I am curious of the prices, among other things) yet I was unable to come across anything of value. I think it had to do with my choice of words that I was using to conduct my searches. For example, "bolt of suiting fabric"/"bolt of suiting wool" would come up with mostly World of Warcraft links (bolt of wool). Is there a better term than "bolt" to use? Also, what are the booklets of fabrics called in which a manufacturer shows their patterns and you can order from the book? Any sorts of keywords would be great. Fabric manufacturers, the fabric book name, etc.
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So /diy/, I have an single pour latex inflatable NON-SEXUAL doll. The latex is pretty thin and am wondering how hard you latex workers think it would be to thicken it up? I've done a little research and think that if I got Mold Builder Liquid Latex Rubber and painted it on to the latex skin (inverted it first) in various coatings, that might adhere and thicken up the latex. What do you guys think? Would any complications resolve from this? Has anyone tried it (or similar)? >Pic. related. What I plan on getting.

How to attach/fuze stiff wire end to end.

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I'm thinking of making a small Gravitram (rolling ball sculpture). Nothing ambitious, just maybe lift the ball from the bottom and deposit it at the top where it rolls down a zig zag path to the bottom to be picked up again. I'll add loops and cool crap if I can get it working. Anyways how would you attach or fuze stiff wire end to end to make the rails? epoxy or glue isn't strong enough. I've heard that welding stuff that small starts to get very complex and not a beginner thing. I guess due to the small size just using a single piece of wire per rail wouldn't be too hard but there are some enormous gravitrons and there must be some method they used when it's too long for just using a single wire. Also i'd be working on this in my room with modest tools so if we start talking about arc welders and crap I'm afraid my plan would end here. Thanks.
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I lent my shoes to a family member and they returned them in poor condition. Does anyone know of any ways to fix them otherwise I may as well toss them.
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Qustion: since the end is near: zombies, WW3, bio catastrophe, dollar collapse, Obama elected for 3rd term...etc. . How can I make a nice alcoholic beverage: like wine, beer, or something harder, just using natural yeast from the air? INB4: you need sugar. Assume I have stockpiles of flour.






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