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Sewing: learn the stitch "you mine"
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Sewing: learn the stitch "you mine"

The [news: 737337 slip stitch] "you mine" is an invisible stitch used to join the edges of two fabrics or to sew double hems. Faster than the [news: 737337 slipped stitch] and carried out from right to left, the [news: 737337 slipped stitch] "you mine" is the most used technique for hemming by hand.

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Making your house glass cleaner: the step-by-step

Say goodbye to strippers that are too aggressive for your spring cleaning! In search of a natural recipe, respectful of our health as well as of our planet, we tested a do-it-yourself window cleaner, composed only of healthy ingredients. First good surprise: its preparation takes only a few minutes.
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Pretty laundry baskets

Long relegated to the back of a closet or in a corner of the laundry room, the laundry basket is now adorned with its finest attire and displayed without complex in the house! Whether it is placed in the bedroom, the laundry room or the bathroom, we choose it carefully to make it a real decorative asset.
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Tutorial: an original concrete candle holder

With more than 60 billion units used each year in Europe, cans are one of those objects whose shape is recognizable by all. Besides, did you know that from the top of its 21 grams, an aluminum can can support an axial mass of 100 kilos? But we deviate from the subject since it is their form that we will focus on in this tutorial.
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Machines that recycle plastic to make designer objects

If today recycling on an individual scale is all about making our plastic products disappear in the right bin, it may well be that in the future each of us can do our own recycling at home. At least, this is the idea supported by Precious Plastic, an innovative project launched by the Dutch designer Dave Hakkens, which takes the form of a recycling workshop that anyone could assemble at home, without means test.
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DIY kids: make a funny snowman bookmark

Here is a funny little hairy guy who will soon accompany your children in all their readings. His sympathetic little head may make the most reluctant to open a book and reading will undoubtedly be more fun accompanied by a funny friend. This is a bookmark that your children can easily make by themselves with a simple paper clip and a few cotton threads.
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Tutorial: a soap dispenser revamped with rope

Today, we are going to tackle an everyday object so essential that we would almost forget its decorative potential. And yes, you decorate your bathroom and your kitchen down to the smallest detail, but have you thought about the soap dispenser? No ? So do not wait any longer to learn how to revamp a soap dispenser with cotton rope, to give it a nautical style.
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Landscape advice: a gourmet garden

Gluttony is a nice defect that you have to know how to cultivate with poetry and generosity. With a bit of imagination, a few good ideas and lots of aromatic plants and red fruit shrubs, even the most modest of gardens can turn into a little epicurean paradise where to receive your dearest friends.
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5 grandmother tips to get rid of food mites

Damming up an invasion of food mites in your kitchen The first thing to do in the event of an invasion of food mites in your home is to start by throwing away the infested products, then cleaning all of your kitchen cupboards with soapy water. Then rinse them with clear water before performing a final cleaning with white vinegar to sanitize everything 100%.
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Realization of a wooden vegetable patch, without nails or screws

The edges of the vegetable gardens are often delimited by wooden planks. We could perhaps find as many reasons for the existence of these squares as there are gardeners. Among them, the edges of the squares strongly limit the progression of unwanted weeds, which reduces the time to devote to the less exciting task of gardening, weeding.
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Organize your vintage wedding: good addresses

Vintage? Yes, I want it ! It's decided, the decor of your wedding will be retro! Patinated furniture, antique china tableware, decorative objects with the charms of the past ... that's what you like, and I can only approve! But beware, imagining a vintage-themed decor can take you forever ... especially if you have challenged yourself to survey garage sales every weekend looking for all the rare pearls on your list.
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Couple story: how to distribute household chores?

"Honey, you've been taking out the trash for two days, are you waiting for me to do it for you? And the dishes still lying in the sink ..." Here is the painting. You know don't you? Rest assured, many of us do. In a couple, there is always one who is more involved in household chores and who finds that the other does not do enough at home.
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I create my first vegetable garden: 6 complementary vegetables

Do you want to create a vegetable patch? After the essentials of the vegetable garden which are the tomato, the salad, the radishes, the zucchini, the red beet and the leek (see our file), here are vegetables slightly more full-bodied to cultivate! Green beans, potatoes, eggplant, artichokes, pumpkins, peppers can be fun, but require space, and sometimes investment.
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A chic and inexpensive towel rack for my bathroom

An essential accessory in the bathroom, the towel holder is available in all styles, but it can also adapt to all budgets, even the smallest. Here is an overview of the models to get for less than 50 euros! What do all these models have in common? Their prices remain affordable.
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Gorenje x Philippe Starck: new collection of household appliances

Gorenje by Starck is the elegant name for the promising collaboration between the visionary designer and one of the greatest European kitchen designers. A judicious association presented in preview during the 2015 edition of IFA (the consumer electronics fair in Berlin). Discover the collection of household appliances of the winning duo, bringing together resolutely design ovens, refrigerators and cooktops.
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Power tools to maintain the garden

Cutting, pruning or cleaning in your garden is no longer a chore thanks to power tools. Increasingly efficient, cordless, ergonomic, light and fitted with security systems, garden tools are becoming more popular to reach all audiences. Discover our selection of state-of-the-art power tools for the garden!
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Step by step: sow radishes

With its white and red root, the radish is well known to all. This crunchy little vegetable is so well established in our culture that it is one of the first words we teach our little ones. Tender, fleshy, fresh and spicy at the same time, it knows how to take various shapes and colors. And in the radish, everything is good, from the root that you decorate with a touch of salt and that you crunch on a slice of buttered bread, with leaves that make delicious soups.
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Choosing the right shower column

Whether you are tackling the renovation of your bathroom or thinking about making some changes to your shower, you most certainly want to install a beautiful shower column, much more practical and aesthetic. Before you get started, here's what you need to know about these tempting shower columns.
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Cool pools at affordable prices

If private pools are often a decision of the heart, they can also be those of reason. No need to invest all your savings to afford a beautiful swimming pool! The models available today indeed combine aesthetics, style and low prices ... Follow the guide!
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