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How To: Hem pants & avoid the tailor

This video shows you how to hem pants to your desired length. First, try on pants and roll up cuff of legs to height you desire. Remove pants and use a pen to mark what will become the new cuff line. Then use tailor chalk to draw a line to be cut with scissors. Cut line with scissors. Turn pants inside out and fold in about a half inch or desired amount to make cuff edge. Turn pants right side out. Using a sewing machine, restitch the new cuff you have pinned up.

How To: Hem your favorite jeans

In this tutorial, we learn how to hem your favorite jeans with Laura. First, place your jeans on your body, then cuff them where you want to hem them. Next, take your jeans off and pin the cuffs where you wan to hem them to keep them in place. Next, measure out the length of the hem and mark it with a piece of chalk, then you can take out the pins. Next, you will cut the pants, then pin them back where you want to hem them at. After this, you will take them to the sewing machine. After this, ...

How To: Draft a pants sloper

In this tutorial, Don McCunn teaches us how to draft a pants sloper. First, measure out the center line of the leg and then draw the center line onto a piece of paper. Now, measure from the waist and mark the measurements along with where you drew the center line. Now, measure down to the hip level and mark this as well, making sure to use the fullest area of the hips. Next, you will need to determine the crotch from the waist to the area where the subject is sitting, then mark it. Use a stan...

How To: Draw cartoon pirates

Webcartoonist shows us how to draw cartoon pirates. Begin with crown of the hat (based on Long John Silver from "Treasure Island"). Start with half-moon shape. The pirate carried a parrot on his shoulder. Begin the parrot's comb, eyes, & head about level with the brim of the pirate's hat. Directly under brim of hat, near center, draw pirate's eyes & nose. Beginning from side opposite the parrot, fill in pirate's facial features. Draw pirate's coat. Add pirate's sleeve, with cuffs & ornamentat...

How To: Dress like an Emo Indie rocker

Eddie Rivera shows how to dress like an Emo and shows that your style will depend on where you live. Indie Emo is different from nerdy Emo. You'll need dyed black hair with bangs cut straight across, spiked in the back. Some blonde streaks work well for girls. Piercings, the more the better and jewelry the same. You'll also need thick, black horn rimmed glasses and t-shirts with slogans. The key is you look like you bought your items from a thrift store, but you didn't, but you really did acc...

How To: Examine a patient for vital signs

Any medical student could benefit from this video lesson, whether you're training to be a doctor or a nurse. The very first step to finding out what's wrong with your patient is examining him/her for their vital signs. You must check the patient's pulse, respirations, blood pressure, and know how to use every kind of sphygmomanometer. To see the entire examination procedure, perfect for nursing students, watch the video to see how to examine a patient for vital signs, and refer to the steps b...

How To: Check blood pressure

In this video we learn how to check blood pressure. First, ensure that the patient is relaxed the cuff is empty of all air. The arm should be held at the level of the heart. The doctor will then start to pump air into the cuff to inflate it. The doctor will do this until the pulse is not felt anymore. The pressure of the cuff will start to raise, then they will slowly reduce the air from the cuff. The doctor will listen to the flow of blood through the artery as the air is leaving the cuff. N...

How To: Make a 3D ribbon cuff out of beads

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a 3D ribbon cuff out of beads. First, you will need a cuff that is already made, then use the string that is hanging off the end. Put on one bead, then thread it through the bead next to it. Continue this all the way around the cuff. Now, tie the string off by threading it through the original loop. Now, string a ribbon around the cuff to make an "x" shape, then add in another ribbon around it. You can tie these into a bow at the end so you have a more g...

How To: Craft a golden Roman wire cuff bracelet

The ancient Romans were well known for their decadence. Whether it was coddling enough vino to fill every barrel in donkey kong or having nightly orgies with any partner of their choosing, they knew how to party and could put any frat boy to shame with their decadent endurance.

How To: Tie the fool's cuff knot

Check out this instructional knot tying video that demonstrates how to tie the Fool's Cuff knot. This is an attachment cuff for a winch that spreads the weight evenly and does not tighten up. This knot is useful for attaching towing gear or blocks to the winches. Learn how to tie the Fool's Cuff knot with this tuturial video.

How To: Draw Ned Flanders from The Simpsons

In this how-to video, you will learn how to draw Ned Flanders from The Simpsons. First, start off with the basic outline of the body. Use simple shapes for this. Next, fill in the eyes, hair, nose, mustache, ears, and mouth of the figure. From there, you can move on to the details of the clothing such as the collar and cuffs of the sweater. Finish with the shoes and the fingers on the hand. The basic outline is finished. Now, go in and erase the simple shapes from the drawing and fill in more...

How To: Knit the cuff on a sock

Buying socks can be a bit expensive and sometimes downright annoying. So if you have talent and skill, making your own socks can be not only be fun, but satisfying. This tutorial will give you the basic sock construction by focusing just on the cuff on a sock. After that it should be nice and easy. Enjoy this tutorial on knitting the cuff of a sock!

How To: Measure blood pressure with automated cuffs in nursing

Studying to be a nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to measure blood pressure (BP) with an automated cuff. Every nurse should know the basics of this technique, follow along and see how easy it is to use an automated cuff for blood pressure readings, temperature and pulse oximetry. These medical tips on reading vital signs are sure to help you pass your nursing exam with flying colors.

How To: Measure blood pressure with a manual cuff in nursing

Studying to be a nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to measure blood pressure with a manual cuff. Every nurse should know the basics of this technique, follow along and see how easy it is to take a patient's blood pressure with a manual cuff. It is important to know how to take a manual cuff reading in case that the automated blood pressure machine isn't working. These medical tips are sure to help you pass your nursing exam with flying colors.

How To: Make a jeweled cuff-style bracelet

Eco...in this case also meaning 'economize' as we take an item that would normally have been thrown away & use it to make a cool fashion statement piece! This project is dedicated to the Green Guru Challenge and just uses household scraps headed for the trash, and turns them into a stylish bracelet. Learn how to craft this bejeweled cuff bracelet by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Measure pant length

Alazzo Clothing demonstrates how to measure pant length. Measuring pant length is important when ordering clothing online or ordering custom made clothing to ensure a good fit. To measure the length of pants, place a tape measure at the top of the pants waist. Hold the tape securely and then bring it down to the bottom of the pants. You can also measure to one inch from the ground. When measuring pants length, be sure to follow the seam. Utilizing the pants waist to bottom of the pants method...

How To: Make a basic pant

In this three-part sewing tutorial, learn how to make a pair of pants that fit like a glove! In the first video, you will learn to take measurements and calculate measurements to plan out your pattern. In the second video, learn how to draw the pant pattern based on your measurement calculations, make a test pant and finalize your pattern design. Lastly, in the third installment of this series, learn how to sew on the zipper and button and stitch the legs of your pants.

How To: Make shorts and a hat from old pants

Got some old pants lying around? Need a new Hat? Well In this tutorial video from Threadbanger, you get an in depth lesson from Liz Tilley who shows you how to make a cool summer cap out of an old pair of pants. This summer hat idea is totally cute, and it can help you get rid of that pair of pants that doesn't fit anymore.

How To: Make a folded paper printer's hat from a newspaper

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a folded paper printer's hat from a newspaper. Take two sheets of newspaper and fold down the half way mark to make two triangles. Fold the bottom edge of the top flap and make it meet the bottom edge of the big triangle. Now fold this up again over the bottom edge of the triangle to make a big cuff. Flip it over, take the outside edges and fold them to meet at the center. Now take the bottom corners and fold them up like dog ear...

How To: Wear white pants

Wearing white pants can be tricky; Many times white pants are not flattering to the body. However, they are a great option to choose from in the summer or springtime to match the light & bright color season. In this video, get some great tips on how to wear white pants: what material, fit, and occasion they are suitable for.

How To: Measure your crotch

Alazzo Men's Custom Clothing demonstrates how to measure the crotch area of your pants. To measure the crotch area of your pants first, measure your waist by following the top of your pants down to your inseam. Make adjustments to fit your desired snugness. Place the tape measure at the top of the pants, approximately where the belt buckle would sit, and then follow the crotch seam to the top back of your pants. Utilizing this measurement technique will give you both an accurate and comfortab...

How To: Mak a vertical-striped bracelet cuff out of beads

In this video, we learn how to make a vertical striped bracelet cuff out of beads. Start with a long piece of string and string on your beads until you have a length that fits well around your wrist. After this, tie the ends together and cut the tails off the excess string on the short side. now, start to thread through new beads around the entire bracelet. At the end of every few rows, tie it to keep it tight at the end. When you are finished, tie the string and make a knot, then cut off any...

How To: Hem pants so they fit

You will need marking pencils or chalk, scissors, seam ripper, pins and good quality matching thread. Mark desired length on each pant leg. Option 1: Stand on pants and place a pin where fabric hits the floor. Option 2: Fold pants up to desired length & pin. Take pants off; turn the leg inside out. Note original hem size after it is 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches. Mark pin position/finished length. Rip out original hem stitching using seam ripper or point of scissor. Find right loop to pull & it will ...

How To: Make cozy fleece pants for a Christmas present

We know how hard it is to buy a present for a woman during the holidays. 99% of the time she's not going to wear what you buy her, and giving her a practical gift like a blender or a new microwave - despite your best intentions - is just cause for a good talkin' to. So how do you indulge that special woman in your life this Christmas without getting slapped?

How To: Measure yourself for a custom fit pant

This is a very useful instructional video on how to measure yourself for a custom fit pant. This is a very simple process that is explained very clearly in this video visually. You need a measuring tape to measure yourself. The three important points of measurement are waist, hip and inseam. The first step is to measure your natural waist. The next step is to measure the fullest part of your hip. Then you have to measure the inseam of a pair of pants. Any one who watches this video will learn...

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