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Sewing: learning the scale point

The ladder stitch is used in sewing to join two edges of [news: 739845 fabric]. You can for example use it to sew covers, cushions, clothes or even the linings of the curtains. The point of scale is carried out on the place of the [actu: 739845 fabric] from right to left and turns out practically invisible.
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Can floating parquet be laid on carpet?

Question: Answer: yes, this however requires that the doors be planed in certain cases and that the carpet is thoroughly cleaned. Yes, you can install floating parquet on carpet without problem. It is a fairly simple operation, very accessible even for novice DIY enthusiasts. There are a few small drawbacks, however, which concern the differences in levels caused by the carpet (especially old carpets), and the need to plan the doors in certain cases.
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Test: Lékué stick mold and homemade fingers

I received a new mold a few days ago from Lékué which has the particularity of making sticks, that is to say small sticks to present as an aperitif or in cookies. Who knows why, this shape caught my eye and I already saw myself designing a bunch of recipes with, but especially that of the fingers, these small crispy cookies covered with chocolate.
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Mist indoor plants

Having a beautiful interior includes having healthy green plants. To do this, plant maintenance is essential. They must receive sufficient light, be placed in rooms where the temperature suits them and above all be properly hydrated. Bath, watering or misting which to choose?
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Santa's reindeer set the scene

The omnipresence of reindeer in Christmas tales can also be found in our holiday decoration. On the tree, on the table and even in the garden, they ring their bells. Zoom on 7 decorative objects that we adopt at the end of the year. The little story of Christmas reindeer How long have reindeer been associated with Christmas parties?
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Tutorial: a Jenga-style lamp with wooden pegs

Wood is a warm material that probably reminds you of memories of long games of Jenga. But if ! You know, this famous building game! We show you how to easily make a designer lamp inspired by Jenga, with wooden pegs. Equipment - 124 wooden pegs (7 cm long and 5 mm wide) - A few pieces of cardboard - Glue (glue gun recommended for more precision and speed) - A pencil - A cutter - A support The steps 1.
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