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How To: Make a bomber hat

ThreadBanger give us a great recipe to make a unisex bomber hat using just a flannel shirt, white faux fur, a measuring tape, the bomber hat pattern, a sewing machine, and two and a half hours of your creative time. Add pom-poms at the ears to give it extra flavor! Super cool look for both dudes and ladies.

How To: Say "jacket" in Polish

This short video will teach you how to say “jacket” in the Polish language. To learn how to say the word "jacket" in the Polish language follow this short video. The word in Polish for "jacket" is "marynarka". Repeat the word slowly a number of times to help you to memorize it. You have to say ma-ri-nar-ka.

How To: Deal with yellow jackets

Nothing ruins a romantic fresh air picnic like the buzzing of angry yellow jackets—especially since, unlike the useful honey bee, they can use their stingers over and over again... Learn how to deal with bees without getting stung. This instructional video from Howcast offers tips on handling yellow jackets.

How To: Pick a fashionable men's leather jacket

Leather jackets are always fashionable but how do you know which one is right for you? In this how to video, host Scott Studenberg shows viewers what leather jackets are hot this season. Scott discusses and helps viewers pick the right leather jackets to wear for different tastes.

How To: Prevent yellow jackets from nesting in your home walls

Rick Steinau with Ask the Exterminator demonstrates how to prevent yellow jackets from nesting in your home's walls. In mid to late summer yellow jacket populations increase. Yellow jackets can find spaces in the veneer or in cracks in bricks or siding. You can hear scratching noises in your walls as the wasps move. Observe wasp activity late in the day when they return to their nest for the night. Treat reachable holes with pesticide dust and a bellows. Leave the hole open to let the wasps f...

How To: Measure your jacket length

Alazzo Clothing teaches the viewer how to measure their jacket length. You'll need a flexible measuring tape first. First, put your measuring tape at the point where the shoulder and neck seams meet. From this point, you will measure down to the length desired. Measure down the front of the chest and not the back. The length you will measure will end right around where your thumb joint is. Record this amount in inches and this is your jacket length! Take this number in and get jackets tailore...

How To: Create an origami suit jacket

In this video, Ngai Chun Cheung demonstrates how to make an origami suit jacket. He begins by folding a right triangle and tearing off the excess to make a perfect square. He folds it on both diagonals, then folds the four corners into the center. He turns the paper over and folds all four corners into the center again. Then he turns it over and again folds all four corners into the center. He turns it over and opens the four corners partially and folds them flat to make rectangles on all fou...

How To: Draw the character, Salvation Army Officer Bob Swanson

In this how-to video, you will learn how to draw Salvation Army Officer Bob Swanson from the cartoon strip Mustard Seeds. First, you will need a pen and paper. Now, start off by drawing the hat of the figure. From there, move on to the glasses, nose, hair, and mouth. Fill in the hair with the sharpie. Next, move on to the jacket and tie. You can add the arms, hands, notebook, and legs from here. Make sure to add the folds on the pants. The feet are next. Fill in the jacket and hat with the sh...

How To: Properly fit a blazer or suit jacket

In this tutorial, we learn how to properly fit a blazer or suit jacket. First, try the blazer on and make sure it is not too baggy or too tight. You want the buttons to be able to close and you want the sleeves to be long enough to reach your wrists. If you need to get it altered to be shorter, mark where it should be, then bring it to a tailor to get altered. You wan to make sure the inside lining of the jacket is sewed on properly and that the shoulders are not too pointy or high. Once you ...

How To: Fold a tuxedo handkerchief

If you're familiar with Mad Men, then you've seen how much a hadnkerchief or pocket square can do to add dimensions to your suit jacket. With this video, learn how to fold a handkerchief for the pocket of your tuxedo jacket.

How To: Win an argument

Is your girlfriend or boyfriend always right? No matter what you say, they will always be right? Well, in this tutorial learn how you can win in an argument fair and square with a few simple techniques.

News: Full-Body Motion Controller HoloSuit Coming Soon to Kickstarter

A few days before Christmas last year, we saw the first glimpse of HoloSuit, a new motion controller by startup Kaaya Tech. This full-body motion controller is designed as a tracksuit with sensors that can be used to control devices such as a computer or Microsoft HoloLens, and now it's getting ready to start production, with an upcoming Kickstarter campaign planned to go live soon.

How To: Sew a perfect jet pocket on a jacket or dress

A welted pocket (also called a jetted pocket or piped pocket) is a pocket where it appears just to be a thin slit in the fabric of the garment. Ideal for when you are making something you want to have pockets, but don't want to necessarily draw much attention to them - such as tailored suit jackets or streamlined dresses. All you need to learn this technique are some basic sewing notions (scissors, pins, etc) and either bias tape or the ability to cut your own bias tape from your fashion fabric.

How To: Make a Halloween Bigfoot costume with Threadbanger

This week Threadbanger is teaming up with IndyMogul to show you how to make a Bigfoot costume for Halloween. Watch Threadbanger build the suit using recycled fur jackets, then head over to IndyMogul.com to learn how to make the head,hands and feet to complete the look. You can also use this costume making tutorial for your next movie... starring Bigfoot.

How To: Fold a pocket square for your suit jacket

In this video, we learn how to fold a pocket square for your suit jacket. For the two point fold, you will first take your pocket and fold it vertically. Then, fold it horizontally so it's smaller. Next, hold it on the side and then fold it down at an angle so you have two points at the top. From here, take the right end and fold it back and then fold the left end back. Now, stick it into your pocket and wear for a night out! Adjust it while inside the pocket if you need and you're finished, ...

How To: Go from professional to club girl with your clothes

In this video, we learn how to go from professional to club girl with your clothes. To go to work, you can wear a pencil length skirt with a tank top tucked underneath it. Over this, you can wear a cute and professional jacket that is buttoned up. When you are ready to go out, you can lose the jacket and add on a necklace for a sexy look. After this, apply matte makeup to your face and use dark eyeshadows to give your face a mature appearance and smoky eye. Applying a light lip gloss and masc...

How To: Apply vampire makeup for your hands

The video shows the user how to make their hands resemble those of a vampire. This is done by applying a thin layer of white makeup to the backs of the hand with a cylindrical sponge. The reason for only applying the makeup to the backs of the hands is to avoid coating surfaces you touch with the white makeup. It's suggested that you leave a gap between the makeup and the sleeves of your jacket as it does not spoil the effect and helps eliminate the likelihood that you'll get makeup over your...

How To: Pack a men's suit

This how to video shows you how to pack a suit. First, start off with the jacket. Fold one half inside out. Take the other half and tuck the sleee into the other. The shoulders should be lined up and straight. Pop up the collar and then stuff the shoulders with your socks. Pack the area below it with underwear. Fold the sleeve over and then roll it down tightly. Now you will not have creases on your jacket. For the pants, fold it in half and make it as dense as possible. You should be able to...

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