• How do I get super glue off of me?

    If I got super glue in my eye or on my skin, will it come off? If it won’t, then how would I get it off? I heard super glue sticks extremely well that it is impossible to get off. Is that true? Is there a way to remove super glue or would I have to go to the hospital if I even get a little on my skin?
    If I got super glue in my eye or on my skin, will it come off? If it won’t, then how would I get it off? I heard super glue sticks extremely well that it is impossible to get off. Is that true? Is there a way to remove super glue or would I have to go to the hospital if I even get a little on my skin?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Serial # 66661551 on a $1 dollar bill add any value to it?
  • What's the best material to make a Cloak?

    Best answer: A thick woolen with a lining is typically what a cloak is made of. You might try a crepe-backed satin if you want shine on one side (the satin side is shiny, the crepe side is matte). Velvet is another classic cloak fabric BUT you may require extra yardage for that because most velvets have a nap and you will want... show more
    Best answer: A thick woolen with a lining is typically what a cloak is made of. You might try a crepe-backed satin if you want shine on one side (the satin side is shiny, the crepe side is matte). Velvet is another classic cloak fabric BUT you may require extra yardage for that because most velvets have a nap and you will want the nap to go in the same direction on all the garment panels. I agree with drip about NOT using fleece for the lining. If you want good insulation, you could always do an outer layer (your good fashion fabric), an insulating interlining (like a drapery liner), and the lining. Generally you would construct the outer shell and the interlining, baste them together and treat them as one layer when installing the lining.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Sewing - Complete Beginner - advice and tips needed (blanket)?

    I have a sewing machine, but I've tried to use it a grand total of about 5 times, and I still feel absolutely clueless and hesitant to use it. I don't have anybody nearby for hands on training. My son likes a kids show called Wallykazam, and there is absolutely no merchandise available for it (what little... show more
    I have a sewing machine, but I've tried to use it a grand total of about 5 times, and I still feel absolutely clueless and hesitant to use it. I don't have anybody nearby for hands on training. My son likes a kids show called Wallykazam, and there is absolutely no merchandise available for it (what little there is is on pages like Pinterest, and people charge a fortune). I want to make a blanket with the characters on it. I'm only planning on something simple (if you Google "Wallykazam Norville", I'm not planning on adding the dots): Just cut outs of the correct colors and the correct shapes for the face, then covering up the top with the correct color and shape hair, then a smile, a nose, and small black circles on top of white circles for eyes. What I need help with is advice on fabric and which stitch to do. Is if feasible to do all felt and a basic blanket stitch to put these pieces together on top of a thicker fleece base for the blanket? Or will it get way too thick in places where there are multiple layers (like the eyes: black pupil, on top of white eye, on top of blue face, on top of base blanket). Is it more feasible to do a thinner cotton fabric for the faces on top of the thicker fleece blanket?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which store is the best all around craft store?

    Hobby Lobby? Michael? JoAnn Fabrics? Something else?
    Hobby Lobby? Michael? JoAnn Fabrics? Something else?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Whats a good hobby to do together a couple?

    I am looking for a hobby to take up with my boyfriend and grow as a couple. We live in florida. He is not a water person cannot handle the heat. Any ideas?
    I am looking for a hobby to take up with my boyfriend and grow as a couple. We live in florida. He is not a water person cannot handle the heat. Any ideas?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is this deformed quarter worth anything?

    I have a quarter that is pressed in from both sides, it looks like it s a 1982 or 1983 coin, hard to tell. It s about the size of a nickel on the inside. Is worth anything, and of it is, who can I sell it to?
    I have a quarter that is pressed in from both sides, it looks like it s a 1982 or 1983 coin, hard to tell. It s about the size of a nickel on the inside. Is worth anything, and of it is, who can I sell it to?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is etsy safe to sell on?

    I'm creating my first etsy account to sell handmade crafts as a hobby. The website is asking for my bank information and social security number. Is it safe from identity theft, etc? Serious answers only please.
    I'm creating my first etsy account to sell handmade crafts as a hobby. The website is asking for my bank information and social security number. Is it safe from identity theft, etc? Serious answers only please.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where can I exchange coins for cash.?

    Best answer: Assuming that you are unwilling to count and roll them, there are change counting machines in grocery stores and pharmacies and other such places. Consider going somewhere other then your local bank.
    Best answer: Assuming that you are unwilling to count and roll them, there are change counting machines in grocery stores and pharmacies and other such places. Consider going somewhere other then your local bank.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to transfer image onto sweatshirt? (embroidery related)?

    I m trying to hand stitch a friends sweatshirt, however the pattern is complex enough that I don t trust myself to free-stitch it-so I need the pattern on the sweat shirt before I start anything. I ve tried using a wax pencil but the material is too thick and stretchy so I can t free hand or trace. I've also... show more
    I m trying to hand stitch a friends sweatshirt, however the pattern is complex enough that I don t trust myself to free-stitch it-so I need the pattern on the sweat shirt before I start anything. I ve tried using a wax pencil but the material is too thick and stretchy so I can t free hand or trace. I've also tried wax paper, but again the material prevents any sort of effective transfer. I don t want to use iron on transfer paper because it s hard to stitch through along with potential cracking and overhang. I ve considered silk screening but it seems somewhat pricey and complex for my purposes. Any ideas would be super appreciated!!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Sundown Audio X-8 V.2 D4 750w RMS?

    Hey guys I'm buying 2 sundowns that's 750w RMS a piece but wondering what's an good amp "Class D Watt" to use with them.
    Hey guys I'm buying 2 sundowns that's 750w RMS a piece but wondering what's an good amp "Class D Watt" to use with them.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What should i do? I broke my moms vase?

    Best answer: Just apologize about it. If you lie and hide it, you can get into much more serious trouble.
    Best answer: Just apologize about it. If you lie and hide it, you can get into much more serious trouble.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which hobby is good for younger people?

    I am 16 years old and I barely got any hobby's. I mostly play video games on my pc but I don't want to do that many things on my pc and phone. Also I would like a hobby I can do at home and it the price can be below $100.
    I am 16 years old and I barely got any hobby's. I mostly play video games on my pc but I don't want to do that many things on my pc and phone. Also I would like a hobby I can do at home and it the price can be below $100.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to price collectible?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Nice, easy hobbies? suggestions? :D?

    Best answer: Try cross stitching or scrapbooking. They are both easy, a bit pricy to start with, but once you get some supplies you will be fine, and both provide wonderful results that you can keep or give as gifts.
    Best answer: Try cross stitching or scrapbooking. They are both easy, a bit pricy to start with, but once you get some supplies you will be fine, and both provide wonderful results that you can keep or give as gifts.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago