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Ive been looking at other fuel systems for my Combat/Stunt Planes. Does the metal Uniflow Tanks have clunk lines set up in them? ( They Should)...Lots of guys are using bladder systems in place of uniflow...Why?? The uniflow set-ups in my helicopters are
I've been trying to improve on my pressure-less balloon bladder so it's a quick field change and less glitchy than version 1.0. I'm still using the same balloon that holds about 35cc, but works as well with 20cc, which gives the Medallion around 5 minutes
As above Gents, I'm liking the extra run time. Any other pros? Are there any cons?
These questions from the inexperienced must seem so DUH to some of you - but here goes. Finished block size is 10". I'm supposed to cut squares 2 7/8", then cut them on the diagonal to make triangles to sew in the corners of my blocks. I have
This arose from Cribbs' Baby Clown thread since he's thinking of using a Tee Dee and a pressure bladder. Rather than try to write the instructions I did a little video how-to. Here is part one, making it. Part two will be cranking, needling and running an
I was asked to post a tutorial on applique with felted wool. I just got a magazine.. Better Homes and Gardens American Patchwork & Quilting Oct. 2008 issue and it had a great project to use as an example. You will need a nice flannel for your