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How To: Upholster a cushion

Let's face facts: Upholstering a cushion can be difficult. However, it can also be easy. So easy, in fact, that this video guide can present a complete and thorough overview of the entire process in just over a minute and half of time. Watch to learn a simple upholstery method that will insure your cushion turns out perfect every time!

How To: Give other cyclists a safety cushion

Bicycle riders in groups often don't leave each other enough room. This how-to video demonstrates good safety cushion technique for bikes. Space is important to allow for maneuvering around pot holes or traffic. Watch this video cycling tutorial and learn how to maintain a safety cushion between bike riders.

How To: Make a cushion cover

With a little practice a cushion cover can be made at home easily. The materials/equipments required are as follows: fabric of your choice (having appropriate dimensions) to make the cover, scissors, measuring tape and ruler, needles, threads, sewing machine and an iron.

How To: Master the basics of the billiard game 3 Cushion

Most US bargoers think of Pool as the only billiard game of any note. There are zounds of these games though, and many of them are just as fun. This video will teach you the basics of playing one such game called 3 Cushion. It looks really fun, and if you've got your own billiards table why not try it out? You do need a billiards table, no holes in this game.

How To: Immobilize an ankle

Learn how to immobilize an ankle. The ankle is a complex joint, so when an injury occurs, and you can't get help right away, the first thing to do is keep it from moving – you'll prevent any more damage to the surrounding nerves and tissue.

How To: Do a wet foot fit test to fit shoes

This video demonstrates how to do a wet foot test and how to choose running shoes with the results of a wet foot test. The wet foot test is simple. Get your foot wet and place it on a piece of heavy duty paper which will create a foot print. The foot print shows what type of arch you have. There are three types of arches: high, medium and low. High arches require a lot of cushion for running. Medium arches require a reasonable amount of cushion for running. Individuals with low arches or flat...

How To: Make chicken royale & chicken cushion

Learn to make two different delicious chicken recipes, chicken royale and chicken cushion, from a professional butcher in this video. Watch the demonstration of how to carve a whole raw chicken into two boneless breasts and two boneless legs. The legs will become chicken cushion, a bacon wrapped dark meat dish filled with stuffing and sauce. The second recipe shown is chicken royale. It is similar to the first recipe with stuffing and sauce, but the bacon is draped over top instead of wrapped...

How To: Give your boring old couch a sofa makeover

In this clip, learn how to stitch super simple items like bedsheets and use them as covers for your worn out sofa cushions. If your couch is looking dingy and old, follow along and give it a facelift. This quick fix will take less than five minutes per cushion and you will give you entire room a whole new look!

How To: Decorate your home fabrics

Making your own Mondrian-inspired cushion cover is demonstrated in this clear and concise crafting video. Materials required are a plain cushion cover( preferably in a tight weave such as canvas or cotton; water; medium size, firm, flat edge paint brushes; scissors; one inch wide masking tape; a sturdy piece of cardboard , saran wrap and 4 jars of textile paint - one color should be black or graphite. You may choose plain or glitter paints. Cut the cardboard about one inch smaller than the si...

How To: Create a 3D model of a pillow or cushion in Cinema 4D

In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the cloth engine with a basic primitive object to create a scatter cushion for an architectural render. For a nice, simple addition you'll also see how to use the hair module to add a fluffy fringe to the seams. Whether you're new to MAXON's popular 3D modeling application or are just looking to get better acquainted with Cinema 4D and its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, and t...

How To: Reupholster the seat of an old chair

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to reupholster the seat of a chair. Begin by taking the seat off the chair and remove the staples on the back of the fabric. Remove the fabric and cushion, leaving you with the wood base. With polstry foam, cut the foam out 1/8" larger than the board. With wool batting, cut the batting 4" larger than the board and then staple it to the board. Finish it by covering it with some decorative fabric. Cut the fabric 4" larger than the board and staple it on...

How To: Wrap your hands for boxing when fighting

A boxer knows that during and after a fight, their bodies will be aching. As a part of the job, they grit their teeth, focus and get past the pain. The most important part of a boxer's body, though, is arguably his hands. A boxer depends on his hands to win fights and to train. The best thing one can do to protect their hands is to wrap them properly. This video will show you exactly how to wrap your hands so that they are cushioned and protected against injury. An ideal wrapping job would pu...

How To: Make armor out or Sintra and Rub'n'Buff

Make your own armor with a weathered look out of Sintra (or expanded PVC foam). You'll need a heat gun, a padded cushion, paper towels, rub'n'buff in silver leaf, a knife, a marking pencil, water and a can of spray primer. Trace your piece onto the Sintra, then use the heat gun to shape it. Useful for costumes, Halloween or larps.

How To: Change the seat on a beach cruiser bicycle easily

In this clip, learn how to change out the seat on your beach bike. This clip will show you exactly how to take that tough, standard seat that comes with your new bicycle and change it out with a comfier, better seat. The difference between a bumpy ride and a relaxing one is all in the seat cushion, so make sure you have one installed that best fits you.

How To: Prevent shin splints during cardio

Shin splints are painful and can hamper an exercise routine. Learn how to prevent shin splints during cardio in this exercise tutorial. When doing cardio you should avoid heavy impact on hard surfaces, use good cushion and support in shoes, and take duck walks to strengthen muscles. With this hwo to video you can prevent shin splints during your cardio workout.

How To: Find sound effects on the Internet for your film

If you need some sound effects for your upcoming film, you better watch this video! After principle photography in production, you have to get into the editing process in post-porduction, which leads to sound department for ADR, Foley, Sound Effects and Sound Design. If you can't afford a professional sound designer for your movie, you can do it yourself, and this video will help you find sound effects on the Internet for your film.

How To: Make high-quality home music recordings on a shoestring budget

If you're a musician, but can't cover the cost of an expensive recording studio to get your song onto a playable media, then this video is what you need. It will show you how to make your own high-quality home music recording studio on a shoestring budget! If you're trying to get the attention of big music record labels, you need some hgih-quality sounds, but you don't need the high-quality costs! The setup is pretty simple— a microphone, MP3 player, sound mixer, headphones and a good-quality...

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