Best Binding Machines Review [Top Picks of 2019]

​​​​​Some might think this type of machines has very limited use, but binding machines are more widely used than you think. They are used for paperwork, in stationery shops, and publication offices. This demand pushes brands to produce a wide variety of designs and functions. As a result, you often have a grand array of products […]

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Top 10 Quilting Tools That Every Quilters Needs

Did you know that there are more than 7 million quilters in the US alone? Plus, households with dedicated quilters spend more than $500 a year on buying quilting supplies. And these are just numbers from research conducted in 2017. They might be higher as of this writing. If you are one of the dedicated quilters, […]

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How To Clean And Oil A Sewing Machine At Home?

How often do you use your sewing machine? And how often do you clean it?  Unfortunately, a lot of people do not take the time to clean and oil their sewing machine. Some go for close to five months without cleaning their sewing equipment. But this is not recommended. How frequent you have to clean and […]

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Best Paper Folding Machine Reviews 2019

Folding a paper into a correct size may sound an easy-to-do chore. But when you’ll be given with 6000 papers to fold in an hour, things go a little out of hand. I know what you’re thinking- “It’s freaking impossible. After all, I’m not a machine.” That’s the point! Here we’re talking about real ‘machines’ that can […]

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How To Use Watercolor on Wood: Easy Guideline For Beginners

​​​​​A watercolor surface is an important area to analyze for the painters before starting a project. The surface – be it wood or of any other form or material – has some key factors which must be considered before beginning; absorbency, color, and stability. An ideal amount of absorbency implies that how much paint will sit […]

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How To Thin Acrylic Paint In Different Ways?

​Painters express their emotions and concepts through painting. They use shapes, colours, tones, lines and textures as an element to generate movement, light and space on a flat two-dimensional surface. In the late 19th century, a new type of paint by the name Acrylic was introduced. It enables the artist to control the texture, appearance and […]

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