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NeedleStack

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How A One-Of-A-Kind 1850s Record Book Is Professionally Conserved | Refurbished     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to Bookbinding 6 hours ago

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From the description: Bexx Caswell-Olson is the director of book conservation at the Northeast Document Conservation Center. She shows us how she restores a 170-year-old marriage record book. This includes deconstructing the book, washing the pages, mending any tears, and reassembling the book. The book has not been copied or digitized, so it is important to conserve it since it is the only record of this information.
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Centuries Ago, a Cat Walked Across This Medieval Manuscript     (blog.library.si.edu)

submitted by NeedleStack to aww 6 hours ago

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Article about this naughty kitty: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/centuries-ago-a-cat-walked-across-this-medieval-manuscript-1766202/?no-ist
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How many subs can one create?     (AskVoat)

submitted by NeedleStack to AskVoat 1 day ago

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I might want to create a couple of subs in the near future but want to be mindful of how many allowed subs I have remaining. I didn't see any mention of this in the site rules. Thanks!
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Department of Justice Declares COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Legal     (yournews.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to Covid1984 1 day ago

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Real housewives know this feeling     (files.catbox.moe)

submitted by NeedleStack to TraditionalWives 1 day ago

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So You Want Your Wife To Shoot Guns?     (www.ammoland.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to TraditionalWives 1 day ago

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Article written by female gun enthusiast who provides advice on getting your woman interested in firearms.
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How to Make a Sketchbook | DIY Coptic Stitch Bookbinding Tutorial     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to Bookbinding 1 day ago

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From the description: For a clearer, step-by-step focus on just the coptic stitch binding itself, check out my coptic stitch tutorial here: http://bit.ly/13MoXhy In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make a sketchbook from a pad of drawing paper and waxed thread — no glue required! MATERIALS • 11"x14" drawing pad (40 sheets)*: https://amzn.to/2kx1qmr • Waxed thread (make your own - http://bit.ly/Yxfuel) TOOLS • Cutting mat*: https://amzn.to/2I4fhPn • Rulers: http://bit.ly/MyRulers • Utility blade*: http://amzn.to/2G8iUlB • Pencil • Bone folder*: https://amzn.to/2rxiSv3 • Awl*: https://amzn.to/2rx5l6v • Scissors*: https://amzn.to/2IpB7w5 • Binding needle*: https://amzn.to/2I7fv8t
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Making a Wet Molded Leather Tool Belt 100% by Hand     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 1 day ago

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Stitch of the day: Scottish Cretan Stitch     (www.embroidery.rocksea.org)

submitted by NeedleStack to Embroidery 1 day ago

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A beautiful border stitch to surround your pieces.
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Why does the media hate Traditional Housewives?     (www.thedarlingacademy.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to TraditionalWives 2 days ago

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Tom Hickman is Following the Thread with his detailed embroidered paintings     (www.creativeboom.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to Embroidery 2 days ago

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Beautiful and creative embroidery/texitle collages.
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The Modern Monogram: A Historic Survey of Ciphers, Marks and Monograms     (www.printmag.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 2 days ago

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Knit hat sizing calculator     (www.earthguild.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to Knitting 2 days ago

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This is a great method of ensuring your yarn will make a proper-fitting hat. The tutorial also gives you instructions to complete your hat.
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Crochet pet bed pattern (for your pet or shelter animals)     (iyarny.wordpress.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to Crochet 2 days ago

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How to Make a Simple Leather Notebook Cover     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to Bookbinding 2 days ago

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DIY project: Giant paper flowers     (www.designsponge.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 2 days ago

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Julia Child makes Boeuf Bourguignon     (youtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to Recipes 2 days ago

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Processing and Canning our Alaskan Moose 151 jars at a time with a Homemade PSI Canner     (youtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to Homesteading 3 days ago

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11 Ways to Show Respect to Your Husband     (www.familylife.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to TraditionalWives 3 days ago

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DIY Collapsible Fabric Storage Cubes     (www.cheapthriftyliving.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to Sewing 3 days ago

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From the description: "Fabric storage cubes keep your home neat and organized, but buying them individually can break the bank. This DIY collapsible storage cube pattern allows you to create the same great product with your own hands."
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Dusting hacks to make cleaning easier     (rainbootsandapronstrings.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to TraditionalWives 3 days ago

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Beginner tutorial in Scherenschnitte (the German art of paper cutting)     (weefolkart.com)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 3 days ago

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This is a basic tutorial to get you started on the craft. Here are examples of some intricate and beautiful works: https://www.thewrightgallery.com/fine-art/scherenschnitte/ "Scherenschnitte Design by Arlene France, Lititz, PA. The art of "Scherenschnitte", or scissors cutting, is an old German-Swiss art done originally by the religious orders and brought to the U.S. by the Pennsylvania-Dutch immigrants in the 1700's.": https://files.catbox.moe/horotp.jpg
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How to Start Leather Crafting     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 3 days ago

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From the video description: This is a simple, budget friendly tutorial on how to try out leather crafting. It's also a look into how you can practice the fundamentals of leather work to get better at your craft! In this video we give you a leather-specific tool rundown and then a separate tool list of things you might have around the house to use in the beginning of your leather crafting journey. As a beginner, it's less stressful to learn when you don't have a lot of money on the line - that's why we suggest starting small! When you are ready to upgrade your leather tools to lots of leather-specific tools, we always suggest our sponsor Weaver Leather because they've been our go-to supplier for tools and materials for a decade now.
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Watercolour Fundamentals - Guidance and Demonstration with Andrew Pitt     (youtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to ArtsAndCrafts 3 days ago

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From the video description: "A video for students preparing to go on residential painting courses, offering guidance and a full-length demonstration of how to paint in fresh, loose watercolour."
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Mini Dachshunds' week on a raw food diet (menus included)     (yewtu.be)

submitted by NeedleStack to dogs 4 days ago

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From the video description: "Loulou & Coco have a varied raw diet of a carnivore. 90% meat 10% vegetables. Carnivores (dogs) have short intestines and highly concentrated stomach acid to quickly digest meat/bones. Due to the highly concentrated stomach acid and fast digestion, the meat is quickly out of their bodies, so that they (hardly) not get sick from raw meat. As much variety as possible with different types of meat, but also in muscle meat, bone, organs, skin, hair, feathers, fish and egg. They usually get vegetables as a snack, but not too much. Vegetables can sometimes be an aid to digestion, but most of the time this comes out whole and they don't need it. For Loulou & Coco, this diet is good. They are healthy, active, have clear eyes, shiny fur and perfect blood tests. Omega 3 fatty acids are an essential part of a dog's (and human's) diet. The body cannot make it on its own. Omega 6 is in many foods, but omega 3 is not. Omega 3 is good for skin, coat, eyes, brain, joints, teeth, intestines etc. We use the cold-pressed concentrated omega 3 oil from Eqology. We use those too. Loulou and Coco need 1 drop of it. A raw diet is only good when given in the right proportions. The correct proportions of muscle meat, bone, fish, egg, etc. A raw diet with the wrong proportions will give the dog deficiencies with all the consequences. Normally I am a supporter of quail eggs. They contain more nutrients than chicken eggs but unfortunately I couldn't get them anywhere at the moment. This video is not to convince anyone to give a raw diet. Not at all. I'm showing a week diary because there are so many questions about this. Dogs are domesticated and due to extensive breeding, it is possible that a dog cannot tolerate a raw diet. For many dogs it is great but it can also be the opposite. I have worked with animals for years, studied and fully immersed myself in the nutrition of dogs (and other animals). It's so interesting."