The local community group asked if we could make a fairy door, my daughter is a “bit big for fairies” but she did fancy practising some maker skills.
Recently, Seeed wrote to me and asked to sponsor the site. As I’ve used Seeed before, I was happy to accept and they sent me a voucher to use. They mentioned that there were some Grove modules I might be
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The reminders about Amazon Prime day got me thinking about Prime Numbers. Whilst I was coding a power efficient “blink” for a new 4Tronix board I joked that it was not calculating primes. But then I thought, “why not?” I
A bench hook is a simple project that teaches many woodworking skills and helps you when sawing. There were no free plans with instructions so I wrote some.
This week I attended the Makers’ Guild meetup entitled “‘NOT 3DPrinting’ – less hyped but exciting maker technologies”. We had two speakers, Jamie Elliot of JAILmake who told about his designing and making projects and Gregory Epps of Robofold who
Another little mini project. Some of our candles can be a bit tempremental when blown out with wax flying everywhere and I burn my fingers snuffing them out “manually”. So I went old school and made a little candle snuffer.
This weekend was the PSTOIC Christmas dinner and the theme was “Something Magical”. Not having time to come up with something home made I headed over to Trafalgar Square and down into the subway to Davenport’s Magic. I had a