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How To: Iron a button up shirt

Ironing a button up shirt is an important way to make sure you are always looking in top shape. When ironing a man's shirt, you should always start with the collar first and then move to the shoulders and back. Make sure the shirt is stretched out properly over the ironing board. Then move from the shoulders and down the sleeves, making sure you iron both sides, moving slowly and carefully. After ironing your shirt, make sure you hang it up to prevent more wrinkles from forming. Using this ca...

How To: Make a pinback button with a manual button press

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a pin back button. First, you will need a button and cloth. Download the sheet of buttons you want to use. Cut out each button, or use a punch. Now, take the image to the button pressing machine. Place the silver part in first, followed by the image. Lastly, place the plastic outer layer on top. Once these are set, place the ring on the other side. Press down for the first step and then rotate and press down for the second. Now your pin back bu...

How To: Make a skirt out of shirt sleeves with ThreadBanger

This Thread Banger video demonstrates making a skirt from men’s button down shirt sleeves. Brooksie from Haute Sew presents the technique. Two men’s button down shirts are needed. Cut the sleeves off the shirt at the seams and then split them open at the shirt sleeve seams, leaving the buttons in the middle. Pin the sleeves together along the raw edge with wrong sides together and sew them. The panels can be made to alternate colors or in color blocks depending on the style of shirts used...

How To: Iron a men's button up shirt

This Home and Garden video tutorial shows how to iron a men's button up shirt. This video will show you how to iron a cotton shirt. Switch on your iron and set it to the hottest setting or cotton setting. Place the shirt on an ironing board and start with the collar. Iron both sides of the collar. Now get on to the sleeves; first iron both sides of the calf and then the whole sleeve. Repeat the other sleeve. Then iron the front of the shirt; pull the fabric slightly to even out the creases, i...

How To: Turn your iPod Nano 4G off

MegaFastfinger shows us how to put your iPod Nano 4G on standby. You just press down on the play/pause button for a few seconds and the iPod will turn off, meaning it's on standby. To turn it back on you press down on the play/pause button for a few seconds and it will turn back on. To turn it off completely you need to press down on the center button, then the menu button and it will turn off. When you turn it on the apple logo should appear and you will know you've turned it off completely.

How To: Use a Polaris incident light meter

In this Fine Art video tutorial you will learn how to use a Polaris incident light meter. The meter has a power, mode, ISO control and a multi flash exposure buttons. On the side you have the up / down and the trigger buttons. Power on the light meter. Select the mode, say ambient light and then set the ISO by pressing the ISO button and the up/down button. Now using only the up/down button, set the shutter speed. Then place the meter under your chin to meter the light on your face. Press the...

How To: Turn off your iPod Nano or iPod Classic

You can turn off both the iPod Nano and the iPod Classic the same way. To turn it off you have to push a button on the click wheel of the iPod. You will push and hold the play pause button until the iPod goes off. The play pause button is the one that has the two lines and the triangle side by side. Once you have held them down and the iPod has gone off then there is one more thing you need to do. On top of the iPod there is a lock button just move that button to the lock position and you are...

How To: Force Restart Your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus When It's Acting Up

If your iPhone is acting up, frozen on a screen, and/or won't respond to you, force-restarting it is a surefire way to whip it back into shape. And the process is easy on older devices ... just hold down a two-button combo until the Apple logo appears. That's no longer the case with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which require a more extensive procedure that's harder to remember.

How To: Update your iPod Touch to the 3.0 firmware

1.First download correct firmware for the iPhone or iPod Touch. And change the dot extension of the file before that open the explorer and select Tools menu then go to Folder options, open view tab and deselect "Hide extension for known file types" option and click ok.2.Now right click on the file and click rename and change the extension as ".ipsw". Now open the iTunes and make sure the iPhone is connected with the data cable to the system. Now press down the home and power button of the iPh...

How To: Shut Down & Restart Your iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max

From the iPhone X onward, the Side button has taken on many of the functions associated with the Home button, such as summoning Siri, pulling up the AssistiveTouch shortcut, and more. So if you've finally ditched your Home button iPhone for the latest iPhone 11, the process of shutting down and restarting is something you'll need to learn all over.

How To: Shut Down & Restart the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max & iPhone XR

The iPhone X ushered in the Swiss Army Knife-like Side button, which can perform numerous functions, such as summoning Siri and opening Apple Pay through click gestures. This has carried over into the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR, so if you've upgraded to one of these devices from a Home button-equipped iPhone, you'll have to learn how to shut down your new device.

How To: Make a toy parachute

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a toy parachute. The materials required are: lightweight fabric, ruler, scissors, string, 4 hole button and a toy army man. Begin by measuring a 10x10 inch square on the fabric and cut it out. Fold over each of the 4 corners and cue a small hole. Measure and cut 2 lengths of 36 inch string. Take the string and tie it to one end of the hole on the fabric. Run the other end through the button hole and tie it to the diagonally opposite hole on th...

How To: Force Restart Your iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR When It's Acting Up

We often take for granted how reliable our iPhones are — so much so that many of us get panic-stricken at the very rare event where our device freezes up as a result of a buggy app or an update gone awry. Because of this, knowing the basics of troubleshooting is a handy skill to have, and this still applies to the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR. Force-restarting is usually the first tactic to employ.

How To: Calculate your waist-to-hip ratio

In this video, we learn how to calculate your waist to hip ratio using a tape measure. First, measure your waist round your belly button and write down what number it is. Next, measure your hips around the largest part of your butt, and then write down what number you get for this. After this, divide your waist measurement by your hip measurement. A healthy ratio for women is .8 and under and a healthy ration for men is .95 and under. It's important to watch the weight around your waist, beca...

How To: Make custom buttons out of paper & clear buttons

In this video, Marion shows you how make your own custom buttons. She first picks-out a piece of scratch paper, a clear button, and glue (glassy accents). You then apply some of the glue onto the button and lay the button onto the paper and let it dry. Next you would cut the paper around the button as close as you can with precision scissors. You would now use a file to sand the edges of the paper down. That is how Marion shows you, how to make a customized button.

How To: Shut Down & Restart the iPhone SE (2nd Generation) — There's More Than One Way

In a departure from Apple's newer iPhone models with Face ID technology, the 2020 iPhone SE goes back to the old days where the Home button ruled, and Touch ID was the biometrics method. But if you've never owned an older iPhone with a Home button, something as simple as shutting down and restarting the iPhone SE could elude you.

How To: Add arcade buttons to a Vestax VCI-100

Check out this music tutorial that breaks down how to install arcade buttons in your Vestax VCI-100, including part names and numbers. Grab the necessary materials and just follow the simple step by step instructions outlined in this instructional video. Add arcade buttons to a Vestax VCI-100 and add a nice bouncy action to your playing techniques.

How To: Sew on a button using the Singer sewing machine

Use the Sew a Button presser foot to sew flat buttons on your garments or craft projects. It's easy, and fun once you've got the method down. The Singer sew a button presser foot comes both as a screw-on foot or a clip-on foot for the slant shank adapter. Great for those of us who always poke ourselves hand sewing buttons. Learn how to sew on a button with a Singer sewing machine by watching this video sewing tutorial.

How To: Make a button with a Badge-A-Minit hand press

Nathan demonstrates how to easily make a button using the Badge A Minit hand press button maker. First, load the button back into the blue ring. Place the artwork, face side up on top of the button back. Add the clear plastic circle on top of the artwork and put the yellow ring on top. Next, flip the apparatus over and put the purple ring on top of it. Then, put the green ring on top of the purple ring. Place one hand on top of the other on top of the green ring and press down firmly until it...

How To: Use autotune on Garageband

Yes, you can use GarageBand's Auto Tune to sound like T Pain and Kanya West. To start with, in GarageBand, click the plus sign in the bottom left hand corner to create a new track. A window will pop up, Real Instrument Track should be selected by default. Click the Create button. In the Track Info window check to make sure your Monitor is set to On. In the bottom left hand corner, click on the button with the scissors in the middle of the sound wave. This is the Edit Track button. Click on Ad...

How To: Wear a classic button down blouse with Bella Dawn

In this tutorial, Dawn teaches us how to wear a classic button down blouse. The first blouse you can have has a round collar with a ruffled sleeve and a pleated front. Look for something that has more detail which gives it a more feminine look. Also, look to find a shirt that has an extra panel on the side so you can't see your skin in the middle of the buttons. Also, make sure shirts have a little bit of stretch in them so they fit and contour to your curves. This type of shirt can be worn w...

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