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A bespoke garment is a unique piece based on individual taste. To get an idea of the kind of jumper you would like, please look at my guide to the basics of Fair Isle knitwear; here you can explore the styles, patterns, details, colours, and how to measure yourself for the perfect bespoke item. This is all about the shape of your garment. Below is a guide to Fair Isle knitwear elementary styles. Round-neck jumper The round-neck or crew neck jumper first appeared in the 1930s and is loose fitting with a sporty shape. V-neck jumper The V-neck jumpers appeared in the late nineteenth century; they're tapered or loose fitting with a classic shape. Fisherman jumper The fisherman jumpers are a traditional eighteenth-century working garment originally worn by fishermen. Round-neck Cardigan Cardigans first appeared in the nineteenth century; they're a practical garment that can be opened along the front. V-neck Cardigan Round-neck sleeveless V-neck sleeveless Round-neck sleeveless Cardigan Fisherman Kep
I was going to start by saying, I have been thinking a lot about life and love recently, but the truth is I have been thinking mostly about myself. But it was love that actually provoked these thoughts. You may think that once we meet a wonderful partner, nothing seems easier than just enjoying time together and immersing yourselves in the love you share. It wasn’t like this in my case. The love I have the privilege to experience now is beautiful but also challenging for my ego and old habits. Last spring, I met a wonderful man. I guess my “demons” started to feel threatened and soon after our honeymoon period had finished, I started to notice that my fears, doubts and insecurities became more active. I tried to help myself but I made a simple mistake over and over again. In trying to remember who I really am and regain my inner balance I went back to my old practices—meditation, physical activity and inspirational books. Rumi’s poems are among my favourite inspirational texts.
25 Rumi Quotes that Reminded me what I had Forgotten about Love & Life.
A Little Wisdom from Dr. Seuss The best advice is the kind that’s applicable to both children and adults. That’s why we all love Dr. 1. being yourself: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” 2. freedom and choice: “You have brains in your head. 3. no regrets: “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” 4. clarity: “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” 5. creativity: “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. 6. love: “You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams 7. activism: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. 8. brain power: “Think left and think right and think low and think high. 9. looking after Earth: “I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.” 10. process and patience: Seuss’ Take on Troubles:
10 Life Quotes from Dr. Seuss.
Posted on July 7, 2014 It’s interesting how some of life’s greatest lessons can be found in children’s literature. And chances are that we did not realize this back when we were kids. Here’s some of the best quotes from books we used to read. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Share the wisdom with your friends, everyone loves a good quote. (Source: Here's some of the best quotes from books we used to read.) Recommended for You
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How Passionate Teaching Breeds Innovative Learning by AJ Juliani, author of “Inquiry and Innovation in the Classroom: Using 20% Time, Genius Hour, and PBL to Drive Student Success“ John Maeda grew up working in his family’s Seattle tofu store in the 1980s. He was a bright and curious student who self-taught himself some computer coding in high school with no internet to learn from. Like many high school students he had dreams, but very little direction. As Maeda puts it in his article, What Inspires Me: The Proof That Great Teachers, Like Parents, Can Change a Life: “STEM subjects are often put down as dry and lacking creativity, but we all know that when you have a great teacher who can inspire you to be curious, science and math can be interesting. Mr. John’s lived a life as an innovative learner, but in his own words, it was those two passionate teachers who set his learning path. A Passionate Learning Path Did you ever notice how much more you learn from passionate people? 1. 2. 3.
How Passionate Teaching Breeds Innovative Learning
Mathias Eis Schultz Ørestad Gymnasium is one giant classroom, where more than 1,100 high school students spend half their time learning in an expansive glass cube — a "gymnasium," as parts of Europe still call secondary schools — to avoid traditional instruction. By encouraging students to collaborate in wide-open settings, the school hopes kids will be equipped to think flexibly on diverse topics later in life. "We want to have teaching where the students make research and work together in solving real problems," headmaster Allan Kjær Andersen tells Tech Insider. "So we want to be an open school that is in connection with the outside world." The open spaces, which are adorned with equally spacious "drums" for a more relaxed learning environment, encourage students to assume an active role in their own education. "It's not enough to give them knowledge, you also have to give them a way of transforming knowledge into action," Andersen says.
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Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mindmapping. Create unlimited mind maps for free, and store them in the cloud. Your mind maps are available everywhere, instantly, from any device. Brainstorm, create presentations and document outlines with mind maps, and publish your ideas online and to social networks. Get Started Why use MindMup? MindMup is great for individual note-taking, collaborative planning, teamwork and classrooms. 1 Powerful keyboard shortcuts speed up your work 2 Frictionless interface helps you focus 3 Convert maps easily to PDF, PowerPoint, outlines... 4 Publish and share maps online 5 Easily save to Google Drive and manage using Google Apps
Consortium Poirier Fontaine Le Complexe aquatique Annie-Pelletier comprend un bassin récréatif de 175 m2 avec plage progressive et un bassin de natation de 25 m doté de six couloirs. Le bâtiment présente des volumes légers et colorés. L’ensemble constitue un repère urbain et un point d’attraction pour l’arrondissement de Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. La fenestration du hall d’entrée permet un éclairage et des vues vers le ciel. La paroi vitrée du hall, installée en diagonale, permet, quant à elle, d’établir un lien avec les bassins de natation. L’infrastructure vouée aux sports et aux loisirs a été pensée et construite pour les familles.
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I work full time at a public library, and even though I work in the Adult Reference department, I’m fortunate enough to spend most of my work hours on book-related responsibilities. But if I had to pick an area that takes up the majority of my book-related time, it would be creating displays. Now, for some libraries or book stores, creating displays requires nothing more than printing off a sign and slapping a few marginally-related books on a shelf and calling it a day, but that’s what separates the amateur displays from the awesome ones. Over the last 5+ years, my coworkers and I have devised a set of guidelines that have helped take our displays from good to great, so strap yourselves in while I give you an inside look at how our displays are created. Brainstorming Display Ideas We have 5 different rotating displays that are changed out every 4 weeks or so. Selecting Items for Display – The phrase “hidden gems” should be at the forefront of every display list you put together. Save
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Arduino Current Sensor
This Arduino based current, voltage, and power sensor/meter tutorial was created for hacktronics by Steve Spence. For my off-grid Ham Radio and Solar projects, I needed a way to measure volts, amps, watts, amp hours and watt hours. There's a couple of commercial products that can do this, but not with the flexibility I wanted. I designed a Arduino micro-controller based solution that is very extensible. Here is the circuit for sensing the battery voltage: The Arduino can accept up to 5v on a analog input. The code to read that value is as follows: batVal = analogRead(batMonPin); // read the voltage on the divider pinVoltage = batVal * 0.00488; // Calculate the voltage on the A/D pin // A reading of 1 for the A/D = 0.0048mV // if we multiply the A/D reading by 0.00488 then // we get the voltage on the pin. batteryVoltage = pinVoltage * ratio; // Use the ratio calculated for the voltage divider // to calculate the battery voltage I have 4 possible nominal battery bank voltages. Solving for R1
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To calculate the power, we have to determine the current force, which is spent by the foot on the pedal. For this purpose I clued four strain gauges ( on the sides of my old crank. To get a Signal depending on the load I arranged them in a so called Wheatstone-Bridge. During one full rotation I sum as many forces as possible and calculate the average. Combined with the average velocity (2 * Pi * crank-radius / rotation-time) I get the power P. To know the proportionality between the force F and the output-voltage U I strained the crank with different masses and myself (a lot of mass ;-)). For the amplifier I took a LF353 with a gain of 330.
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Blast you Pottery Barn for luring me in with your shiny surfaces and sweet smelling diffusers. I mostly shake my fist at your just-a-little-too-high-for-me-right-now prices. That's the case with your Eagan Mirror - your amazing, multi-mirrored design marvel! Unfortunately for me, the $700 price tag makes it easy to hide my credit card. On the other hand, I have the most amazing brother in the world that is half sucker and accepted a project! This isn't a breakthrough project - I had a lot of inspiration from my favorite bloggers. We pretty much copied the project from the "will you help me with a project" to "excuse me, do you have beveled mirrors". The decision to paint the mirror white took a little time, but I decided to use the bright color because this work of art is going against our green wall in the livingroom. The mirrors were the heaviest lift. I made my first smartphone purchase.
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(Today, I learn a valuable wife skill.) During tonight's shift at my it's-so-much-fun-that-I-work-here-for-the-discount job, I noticed a new tutorial sign on the fitting room wall: how to tie a tie. How timely: my husband isn't a fan of this process, and actually gets a little frustrated when he has to tie one for himself. And since I hate walking through life not knowing something as crucial as tying a tie, I experimented with different styles and learned a few things about creating the important knot. First, I started with the four-in-hand knot. Next was the half-windor knot and my product was spectacular. The windsor knot is specific for formal events and leaves you with a thicker knot. My favorite was the half-windsor knot, and I'm mostly saying this because it was the easiest knot that had amazing results. Thanks Banana Republic for teaching me another valuable skill!!!
Tying the Knot
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