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Retrotastic Camera Camera Bag Tutorial

This is not a difficult pattern to sew, however accuracy is important. Line things up carefully and take note when instructed not to sew past the dots. Like most leather converse lined bags it gets a bit fiddly towards the end. Just be calm and patient, and it all work out beautifully. OK let get started!

Press fabric mark with a pin where the batting line is. (See red outline and red instructions) Cut out all fabric pieces. Transfer letters A to M and their accompanying dots onto the reverse side of the fabric with a pencil or fabric marker. On Lens Back transfer the centre cut line mark. (Do not cut this line yet.) You may need to put the fabric up against the window to trace these markings.

a) Lay batting down, then place Piece 1 of fabric RSU on top, lining up the straight cut edge of the batting with the pin marking the batting line. Pin batting in place. Cut batting around fabric.

b) Trim small triangles off the batting across the corners to expose your dot markings. (This will also help prevent bulky corners)

c) Stitch around the leather converse dotted rectangle shape in the centre of the fabric, (through fabric batting) This will form a nice base shape for your camera bag.

d) Roughly baste the batting on 1/8 from the fabric edges. This will keep your edges nice and tickety boo as you sew, and with the basting in the seam allowance you can easily undo it as you go.

e) Stitch the soft half of your velcro piece on the circle marked 1 Keep the other half of the velcro for later.

a) Lay Piece 1 RSU. Fold A on the flap over onto A in the centre section. Do the same with B to B. Stitch from the angled end of the fold, along the edge up to BUT NOT PAST A. Do the same on the other side with B.

b) Pin back the seam allowance at dots A and B. (This will prevent it getting caught in stitching) Next leather converse fold C to C and D to D. Stitch these two seams from the angled folds up to dots C and D. Again, DO NOT STITCH PAST THE DOTS. You notice that your seam starts at the corner of the rectangular base that you sewed earlier.

c) Now in the same way, fold E to E and F to F. Stitch the seams taking care not to sew past the dots. Snip the basting along the seams sewn and trim the batting down close to the seam. (Leave the basting on the unsewn flap intact.) You will see that you have now created a lovely box shape.

a) Lay the two strap pieces RST matching notches. Stitch across the width of the darted end to join the two pieces into one long piece. Press the seam to one side and top stitch over it to reinforce it. Trim the notches and any excess seam allowance.

b) With RST, fold the fabric in half widthways and stitch all along the length of it, and across one end to make turning easier. Trim the corners at the sewn end. Turn RSO. Pres leather converse s. (Note: I found this twill to be a bit tough to turn RSO. It just didn seem to want to slide. I got a bit frustrated, then my daughter told me to calm down and once I had, I found it went a little better. The quilting weight cotton would be too lightweight for a bag, so we have to use the twill. So calm down and go slow and steady when you do this step. : ))

c) The strap should now be 1 (25mm) wide. Top stitch lines of stitching down the length of the strap 1/4 (6mm) from both edges and one down the centre.

d) Fold the strap in half, then fold it up into a neat bundle without twisting it, and with the two ends sticking out. Put the elastic band around it to hold it folded. Pop it into the lovely box you sewed earlier, and position each end centred on the sides of box, extending slightly past the edge so you can keep track of them. Pin in place with pins on the OUTSIDE of the box.

a) This is a bit of an awkward corner so don rush it, and double check yourself as you go. Pin back seam allowances at E and F. With RST pin Piece 2 on top of Piece 1, match up lens shape, corners and dots L and M. Stitch from L to M taking care not to stitch over the seam allowance at E and F.

TIP: It gets a bit tricky to backstitch the start and finish from this point, because of all the folds, and also because you can see where to stop exactly on the dot when you going backwards. I recommend starting about a half an inch distance into the seam and sewing forward toward the dot (instead of backwards if you were backstitching) then when you get to the dot do a 180 degree turn on the needle, and then sew forwards along your seam as you would have otherwise. When you get to the end, stop at the dot and do another 180 degree turn and sew a half inch back along the seam you just sewed.

Remove remaining basting and trim excess batting close to seam line.

b) Trim outer corners, snip inner corners and notch around curve.

c) Now you need to make the inner box that will be the lining. It will get a bit fiddley, but not for long, so don worry. Pin the unsewn flap back towards the lens to get it out of the way. Start by stitching the straps in place from C/A to E/G (double letters here because depending on which side of the fabric you are looking at there are two different letters now). Double stitch over strap as you go. Then on the other side stitch from D/B to F/H. Trim excess batting close to seam.

d) Next the sides of the box lining. Stitch from H to J and on the other side G to K. As with all the other seams, do not sew past the dots.

a) This is the best part! Starting with the rounded lens end, turn the shape RSO through the remaining opening. Do not tuck the lining into the camera shape yet, we need to stitch up that last seam. Fold in the seam allowance on both sides between J and K. Then either hand stitch or machine top stitch with blue thread along the fold close to the edge. Now you can tuck the lining into the shape.

b) Press the flap and what you can of the camera box shape. Stitch along the two dotted lines on the top of the camera. This will create nice sharp fold lines for your flap.

c) Stitch the remaining piece of velcro where indicated VELCRO 2 under the flap.

a) Place Lens Front and Lens Back RST. Stitch all around the circle. 1/4 from the edge. Then pinch the fabric layers between your fingers to separate them. Carefully cut along the cut line drawn in pencil taking care not to cut both layers and only to cut as far as indicated. Cut notches all around the edges. Turn the lens RSO through this hole. Press.

b) Stuff lens with a little stuffing. Do not overstuff as it will be tricky to sew onto the camera. Position lens in place on the front flap. Hand stitch or machine edge stitch all around the lens to secure it in place.

That it! You done! Pop your camera in and head out on an adventure to take some pics.

Fold the strap in half. Sew down one side and across one end. Trim corner. turn RSO. Press.

Fold the strap in half to make a loop. Pin with the cut ends on the cut edge of the camera shape. Sew all around leaving just over an inch gap for turning. Stuff with a little stuffing and stitch up the opening. Attach a key ring to the strap loop. Voila!

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RetroRama covers the bases of vintage shopping

Picking out a pair of glasses is no easy feat, but the Spectacle Shoppe’s wide variety of vintage frames provided inspiration for those searching for a new pair. While the store’s pricing can be a bit steep for those on a tight budget, there are few other pieces worth the investment as much as glasses. They do, after all, go on your face.

While cat eye glasses can be a bit too much for a day to day look, I love the idea of them. It takes a special person to pull off their dramatic flair, but if you are that person, you should rock it.

Per the suggesti leather converse on of Lisa Luck, my friend/beautiful assistant/model/drink handler for the evening, we started thematically, checking out the selection of vintage undergarments and sleepwear.

The first piece that jumped out was this red and black 1940’s robe. While the short sleeves on this number are not practical for Minnesota sleepwear, the color blocking and bow are such that it could be worn as a dress on an evening out.

I tend to gloss over the more intimate undergarment sections at vintage boutiques (When used clothing shopping, it helps to have rules. One of my biggest is “no crotches.”), but it was hard not to notice this red lace bullet bra. The material screamed sexy but the shape and resulting fit confuse leather converse leather converse >d me to the point where my head hurt.

The next time you need a fancy dress, instead of blowing 100 bucks on some sparkly thing from the mall, check out some vintage shops and thrift stores. Even with alterations, you will end up spending less and will have a unique outfit. This 1950’s dress with embroidered overlay is amazing. Its only downfall was that i leather converse t had a 23 inch waist (Seriously. Who were these people and how were they so tiny?).

Vintage luggage is great for weekend trips and carry ons. This piece would make you feel like you are a small town girl en route to a new life in New York City, even if you are actually traveling to a family reunion in Murdo, SD.

If vintage glasses and clothing are a bit out of your price range, costume jewelry is a great way to add some flair to your wardrobe. Long chunky pendant necklaces add drama to any outfit and as far as earrings go, the bigger the better.

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Retrofitting Older Toilets to Save Water

If you’d like to save water, but don’t want to invest in a low flow toilet, there are a few ways to retrofi leather converse t a toilet so that it uses less water.

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Displacement devices can reduce the amount of water a toilet uses by about 4.2 gallons (15.8 liters) per toilet per day, reducing water usage by about 13 percent, according to the Sustainability of Semi arid Hydrology and Riparian Areas (SAHRA) research institute.

But there are cautions for using displacement devices, and they’re not recommended as a long term solution. Bricks can deteriorate and cause damage to the flushing mechanism, unless they’re wrapped in plastic wrap or a small garbage bag. Plastic bottles or bags usually need to be weighted (with pebbles, for example) to make sure they’re stable.

Another way to retrofit a toilet is to use a displacement dam. These are plastic dams that are leather converse wedged into the tank on both sides of the flush valve. They decrease the amount of water per flush by holding back a small amount of water. The water held back by the dams is not used, thus decreasing the amount of water used per flush. Displacement dams save about 6 gallons of water per toilet per day, according to SAHRA. One advantage they have over homemade displacement devices is that they’re less likely to move around in the tank and disrupt the flushing mechanism.

Yet toilet dams and other displacement devices deteriorate over time and should not be employed as a long term solution, according to Koeller. They definitely affect the flush performance of a toilet, which can lead to more frequent double flushing. When this happens, the expected water savings may never materialize.

Another retrofit device is the early close flapper. An early close flapper valve shuts off the water flow to the bowl before the toilet tank is empty. They’re adjustable so that a homeowner can ideally find a level at which they can save water and still have the toilet bowl cleaned with each flush.

Still, all retrofit devices generally affect how well a toilet functions, and retrofitted toilets simply don’t work as well as new low leather converse flow and high efficiency toilets in clearing waste, according to Koeller. And since low flow toilets with excellent performance are available for less than $100, it’s hard to find reasons to choose retrofitting instead, he adds.

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Retrofitting Old Cars With Driver’s

Auto manufacturers are luring buyers into showrooms by offering air bags. But what about people who would like air bags but are not ready to replace their cars?

A large maker of air bag components has begun offering an “after market” driver’s side air bag actually, a replacement steering wheel that contains an air bag. The company, Breed Technologies Inc. of Lakeland, Fla., says that the technology it is using in its used car version represents an advance that may eventually be adopted for new car air bags.

In new cars, the crash sensors of which Breed is already a leading supplier to Detroit are in several places under the hood. This forward placement of the sensors gives the air bag as much warning as possible that a crash is occurring, but the complex leather converse wiring needed to link the sensors to the air bag makes it difficult to install after market air bags. Available for 26 Models

That’s why the Breed air bag, which is available for 26 car models produced in 1987 or later, is self contained, with the sensor housed in the same steering wheel compartment as the bag itself.

Richard M. Stolbach, executive vice president of the company, conceded that the bag was not quite so good as the factory installed bag that comes in a new American car. Because the sensing equipment must be crammed into the steering wheel, too, the bag itself is only a little more than half the size of a factory installed bag. As a result, the use of a combination lap and seat belt is even more crucial with the after market bag than with the factory installed versions, leather converse Mr. Stolbach said. To Reduc leather converse e Facial Injuries

But even the smaller bag, when used with a seat belt, would help reduce facial injuries, Mr. Stolbach said. He expects anyone safety conscious enough to install such a bag at a cost of $700 to $900 would also wear seat belts.

The company says it has had “several thousand” orders so far through its two main distributors: Applied Safety Inc.

In a frontal collision at 35 miles an hour the driver hits the steering wheel about 100 milliseconds one tenth of a second after impact. Engineers figure they have about 50 milliseconds to get the bag inflated before the driver begins to move toward the wheel. Because inflation takes about 20 mil leather converse liseconds, the air bag system has only the first 30 milliseconds to sense the crash and decide to inflate the bag, and that is why factory installed units rely on sensors near the front of the car. Mechanical Sensor Used

Breed, however, uses a single mechanical sensor in the steering wheel that senses the abrupt stop of a head on crash. When that happens, a ball is jolted loose and rolls down a tube to trigger a firing pin, inflating the bag with the same type of mini explosion used in factory installed air bags.

Breed contends that its sensing system would be superior for original equipment, too, because there is no under hood wiring to be damaged by the heat, gravel and other insults of daily operation, and no electric signal is required for the air bag to inflate.

But auto makers still tend to favor the advance warning feature of the underhood sensors, which allows the bag to be inflated a bit more slowly, to avoid punching the driver in the face.

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Systems for Ford cars or trucks, Chrysler cars or import vehicles are not on the market, but Breed hopes to tar leather converse get these cars in the future.

The system installation consists mainly of replacing your current steering wheel with the Breed version, which is self contained, with the sensor housed in the same steering wheel compartment as the bag itself. The air bag steering wheel has the look of those found on modern air bag equipped cars.

These retrofit air bag systems aren’t as effective as factory insta leather converse lled systems the bag itself is much smaller than the standard factory type but they do offer facial and head protection.

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It takes at least 15 to 20 minutes of driving for a car to reach maximum efficiency, and your wife’s car isn’t approaching that. Consequently it’s always running cold. This means the oil becomes contaminated much more quickly, fuel economy suffers, wear and tear is increased dramatically and the car’s other mechanical components never warm properly and suffer undue wear and tear.

I suggest she use her car more during the week, and you take her car out on the weekends instead of yours. Cars pay a major penalty for little or no use.

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The Dublin born designer, best known for her popular 60s ish prints of leaves and vines, ditched a traditional runway and went for a square show space set up to look like a corner in the park for her Saturday show at London Fashion Week.

That set the scene for a show inspired by “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” the classic movie starring Catherine Deneuve. Models wearing sweet polka dot dresses, retro floral print tunics, preppy trouser suits and clunky Mary Jane shoes wandered dreamily around as if in a living storyb leather converse ook. Some looked up at imaginary rainclouds in the distance, while others daydreamed on the bench.

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The show wrapped up as models paraded in shiny PVC printed leather converse trench coats to a closing song. What else? “Singin’ in the Rain,” of course.

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I have added a property bag to SPList. I would like to retrieve this property using ECMA script.

I have tried the below, but this returns default proper leather converse ties like Name of folder and Item count, but doesn’t return any other property and also custom properties that are added. I leather converse don’t think you can do this in the 2010 CSOM/JSOM. I think this was an oversight by the SP2010 dev team which has now been put right. You can of course do this easily with server side code. remove unnessary properties, when say the list is deleted.

So having done some further investigation on this I cannot find any way to retrieve a custom property from a folder property bag using ECMA script in SP2010 that object model simply just does not give us access to what we need. As indicated in my previous answer it seems that this limitation has been addressed in SP2013 but that’s not very useful if the application is required for 2010.

Accessing folder properties is simple if you are using the SharePoint sever OM but that’s not helpful if you only have have ECMA script at your disposal. So we’re stuffed, or are we time to think laterally.

If I correctly understand the intent behind the original question then what we are trying to do is find a way to save a simple property, say a string for some kind of configuratiuon purpose, at the list level. the property bag of leather converse the root folder because we need to access it via ECMA script and sadly that that doesn’t give the access we need for SP2010. somewhere which can be accessed by the ECMA OM, but where?

Well in my previous answer I suggested that we could elevate the property and save it in the web property bag and this would work just fine because ECMA does give us what we need to access the AllProperties of the web. However, there is a real risk that we would end up filling the web property bag with garbage as you would have to find a way to remove the unneccessary key/values when the list is deleted. Now this clean up task could be done in several ways including attaching event receivers to the list or maybe a custom timer job all of which seems like a lot of effort and complexity for such a simple task.

So if the web property bag won’t cut it then how about missappropriating an existing list property for our purposes. Surely we could find a spare string property of the list that serves not real prupose that we could grab and use/abuse to save our cu leather converse stom property value. Well, sadly no such ‘conveniently unused’ read/write string property exists on an SPList object (at least I couldn’t find one). I briefly thought about abusing the List’s Description field but that’s no good because we might want to use that for it’s intended purpose and it also shows up in the UI and can indeed be changed in the UI, all of which makes it an unlikley candidate. The only time when abusing the Description field might work is if the list is hidden and therefore has no UI to speak of.

So we’re done for, well not quite. If we can’t find a property of the list to abuse how about a property of a View for the list. it’s a self cleaning solution.

So a View is a good candidate but which property to use? Sadly an SPView has no Description property so we have to look wider and the best candidate I can find is the Toolbar property. The Toolbar property is a read/write string property that will have no impact on the View because our View will be hidden and have no use for a UI and so need for a tool bar property. There are lots of ways to do this but I’ve chosen to abstract the process out to a custom static utilites class which provides me we a few useful extension methods as shown below:

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retrieving last key in javascript localstorage

I am doing a uni assignment so please excuse the coplete lack of knowledge here. I have been tasked with creating a web based app for a “client” that requires me to open an invoice after they have completed all the details, so far I have the form working fine, i can save to localstorage without an issue and can even retrieve the information in the format that I want.

The issue is that if i have multi leather converse ple “ leather converse orders’ than i can only retrieve the first string saved to localstorage and i cannot figure out how to make it display the newest/last one.

The key is an almost randomly generated number derived from the date as we had to assum leather converse e a large quantity of orders. I have attached the code below so if anyone can help i would appreciat leather converse e it. Also I cannot use Jquery or JSON or anything like that. We have been told we are not able to use these. Also i cannot use a server (php etc).