Chris made this. He used 2" pvc pipe instead. I painted it a light green. So far so good! He also made a wooden one with copper pipe...but squirrels can master it. So we hang squirrel proof feeders from that one. Fun!
This enormous blanket is knit on 1 1/2” PVC pipe, using slightly-felted superwash (yes, you read that right) unspun wool roving. This pattern is more of a tutorial, as the pattern is very simple.If you’ve ever wanted to knit in a gigantic gauge, this pattern teaches you where to find the raw materials, how to create “yarn” and “needles” from unusual objects, and finally how to knit up your very own giganto-blanket!Includes original pattern and a chart for the cabled version.
Used about 12 2" pvc pipes. Tried 1 1/2 inch, but bowed way too much. Upright 2" pvc pipe slides over 3 ft long 1 1/2 " pvc pipe imbedded in cement in each 3 gal bucket. Made mistake of not filling buckets completely full of cement,so we had to drill holes in bucket sides for water to drain out.
Hello my fellow haunters.Just wanted to share with you my latest body forms for life size props. Hopefully someone can use the concept or improve on it.It has worked pretty well for me (and its fairly cheap). Less than $20 for a sturdy, water resistant and reusable form. Outside friendly. Just add your favorite costume!I utilize PVC frames and simply add empty 2 liter bottles for leg filler. Incidentally, the necks of the bottles fit 1/2" PVC pipe perfectly.Just use a 7%
Making PVC Look Like Wood I came up with this simple trick to give PVC pipe a realistic wood texture when I built a few plastic didgeridoos a couple of years ago. It would also work for theater, home decor or backyard tiki-bars! This is a simple and cheap way to add design without the…
For daily 5 read to self. How to whisper phones. Here's the price break down: 1 3/4 PVC Pipe 10 ft long = $2.18 5 bags of Elbow PVCs = $11.00 Duct Tape = already had it Total for each piece = $0.52 each phone (25 phones)