5/12/2015 8:05:28 AM
Gathering a bit of fiber-arts inspiration from Maryland’s Sheep and Wool Festival.
3/6/2014 11:25:00 AM
This is the story of how I learned to make yucca rope.
6/29/2012 12:25:40 AM
Jack has dismantled MAX's body and is making molds from the body parts, so other MAX-like car builders won't have to duplicate his work.
4/8/2012 10:12:35 AM
You can use items you find in your pantry like powdered drink mix, Jell-O and food coloring to make a beautiful dyed skein of yarn.
1/18/2012 4:59:58 PM
Janice Spaulding teaches goat husbandry both at her farm in Maine, and around the country with her "Goat School."
10/14/2011 10:12:38 AM
A diet rich in fiber really can make you feel better.
6/1/2011 9:40:20 AM
By making a pattern and a mold, we can now reproduce rear fenders as needed.
1/13/2011 10:06:49 AM
Simran Sethi discusses how to green your bathroom in easy ways: through your choice of toilet paper, shower curtain, and towels.
6/22/2010 12:59:09 PM
A primer on fiberglass mold making and molding fiberglass parts, using MAX's nose parts (hood and bubble) as examples.
6/4/2010 12:49:26 PM
More progress on MAX's streamlined body, using a laser to make curved body parts fit on a flat frame.
5/23/2010 1:24:01 AM
MAX's bodywork continues, as Jack modifies the race car nose to fit over the Kubota engine.
5/15/2010 1:46:20 AM
We're modifying the Lola race car's nose to fit MAX's chassis. The first step is cutting the nose down the middle so we can move the fenders apart a few more inches, which will let us steer enough for parking and other normal street activities.
8/8/2008 9:07:31 AM
If you’re looking for a durable option to protect your new house or building, consider fiber cement siding. Here’s a short video with tips on cutting it for installation.