• How to Knit a FOOTBALL | Super Bowl DIY
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    How to Knit a FOOTBALL | Super Bowl DIY

    A knitted mini football softie Hi, Guys I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit. Super Bowl is upon us, so let’s knit up these cute little Mini Footballs! These little football softies are perfect for table decorations, toys, or, you know, to throw at your television at the opposing team. In this video, I will share a basic overview of all the information about how to make these sporty little footballs. The link to my free knitting pattern is available now in the description below. We begin at one end of the football and we are going to be knitting in the round until we reach the other end of…

  • Ziz Zag Nutmeg/Tunnel – Football Match Skills & Street Soccer Tricks or moves
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    Ziz Zag Nutmeg/Tunnel – Football Match Skills & Street Soccer Tricks or moves

    Hello ! I am Guido from Football Tricks Online and today we will teach you the following trick Ok we will do the following to start with we will place our body versus the opponent now we just we drag the ball like this so the opponent thinks that he can take the ball so he will stretch his foot but we will quickly place our weight into the ball and jump in top like this we also drag it back finally just drag between his legs and nutmeg him the secret of the trick is to hide the ball from the opponent we will do it like this drag…

  • How To Use A Ladder Safely – DIY At Bunnings
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    How To Use A Ladder Safely – DIY At Bunnings

    I’ve got a few different types of ladders here that I’m going to demonstrate how to use safely. When you’re climbing on a ladder you really want to use an awl bag because you can keep all your tools around your waist, you’re not hanging onto them, they’re not in your pockets. They’re easily accessible. I’ve also got a ladder’s little helper. And what this does, this sits over the gutter and it also gives the ladder somewhere nice and secure to lean into. Your stepladder, probably a DIY’s best friend, the most handy around the home. You always want to make sure that it’s being used in its fully…

  • We Mastered That Shiny Dirt Ball
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    We Mastered That Shiny Dirt Ball

    – All right, guys, so my jobs here is to basically make a bunch of viral videos, and I’m trying to come up with a video idea. Recently, Sarah, right over there– – What? – She shined foil. And it got like seven million views, it was insane. So, I’ve been doing some research, and I found that people have been making dirt balls for awhile. They’ve been shining dirt, it looks pretty cool, so let’s go shine some balls. (playful music) This video shouldn’t be too hard, because basically, I mean, all I need is dirt. Let’s go get some dirt. (playful music) (car horns beeping) I don’t know…

  • The Rules of Water Polo – EXPLAINED!
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    The Rules of Water Polo – EXPLAINED!

    Ninh explains, the Rules of Water Polo The object of the game is for your team to score more goals than the opposing team. Water Polo is a game played by two teams of 14, with 7 players taking to the pool at any one time. They consist of 1 goalkeeper and 6 field players. To score a goal, a player must throw the ball into the goal. These goals are 3m wide and 0.9m above the surface of the water. The pool is a maximum of 30m long and 20m wide, and is a minimum depth of 1.8m There is a red line 2 metres away from the goal,…

  • Origami Magic Ball (Dragon’s Egg by Yuri Shumakov)
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    Origami Magic Ball (Dragon’s Egg by Yuri Shumakov)

    28cm x 14cm (you can use any rectangle of ratio 2:1) Make a grid 32×16 Divide in half Divide each part in half Keep dividing each part in half until you get 32 parts Divide in half Keep dividing each part in half until you get 16 parts Pleat the top segments Pleat on the vertical creases Unfold a little to make the next steps easily Fold the little diagonal Make the mountain fold and two more diagonals Repeat Repeat this pattern all the way on the first row Turn the valley fold into a mountain fold Note the position of the mountain fold of previous row and the new…

  • How To Choose Ladders – DIY At Bunnings
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    How To Choose Ladders – DIY At Bunnings

    Hi I’m Con and I want to show you a few basic things to look out for when you’re choosing a new ladder. Today I’ll be covering off step ladders, single sided ladders, double sided ladders, collapsible and extension ladders. We’ll start with this little two step ladder. This one’s nice and stable and has a wider platform step at the top so you can keep your balance. You can also get these with a handrail and when you’re done it folds down neatly. The next step up is one of these single sided ladders. This one’s 1.8 metres high and as you can see the steps run up one…

  • How To Iron A Suit, Blazer or Sport Coat – How To Press Suits, Sleeves, Back… Gentleman’s Gazette
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    How To Iron A Suit, Blazer or Sport Coat – How To Press Suits, Sleeves, Back… Gentleman’s Gazette

    Welcome back to the Gentleman’s Gazette and part four to our series about ironing. Today we discuss how to iron a suit jacket or press a sport coat. Many people are hesitant to press a jacket and even a tailor can sometimes takes 30 to 45 minutes to completely and accurately press a jacket. Unfortunately the procurement tailors use is very expensive but I’ll still show you a way on how you can press a jacket at home with a very minimal investment in equipment. First of all the easiest way to remove wrinkles from a jacket especially that is made out of wool is with the steam. The least…