The difference is very subtle – the first fold. The Infinity is folded along the diagonal while the DIY Infinity is folded in half, horizontally. The Infinity starts off as a triangle, whereas the DIY Infinity begins as a rectangle. It seems like a trivial difference, but due to the shape, the Infinity fold works best with square scarves whereas the DIY version can be pulled off on thicker longer scarves. Also, because of the different starting shapes, the way the scarves drape are also slightly different. I wanted to include both in case people had trouble with the Infinity fold on their scarves, but due to the speed of the video, the first step was a bit harder to convey 🙁
For scarf tutorial videos on how to tie these styles, please select which box you would like to see at the end. Scarves are great for every season – from light chiffon scarves for Spring and Summer to voluminous cashmere scarves for Fall to thick wool scarves for Winter – scarves are the perfect accessory to compliment any outfit.
Thanks for looking at this little film I posted over a year ago. Thanks to you people it has been a most entertaining week.
the little thing over the flower pot is a squished tealight surround
I do not think the size of the flower pots makes much difference – as long as there is a passage between them for the air to flow up – once hot it does move pretty fast due to convection – as I explained in the words.
They are candles and it is a naked flame – keep an eye on it – do not add loads of extra candles
I posted this last year when tealights were going for £1 a pack – feel free to post that you can pay more than that from ebay or Asda of even Ikea or harrods – prices change .
Feel free to post that this will never work because you have to factor in the cost of driving to Ikea in your Mercedes
or that this will never heat a 5,000 square feet house in Canada in february.
As it says in the film this is for a home office – you can see it is a small room where two computers are running – I earn my crust editing videos
but it is still brass monkeys in there unless I run the heater – then it becomes bearable
I am also wearing at least three layers of clothes. if I had shed loads of money or a big efficient house or I lived in a country where electricity was only three zloties a pound then I would not be pishing about with candles and flower pots.
Feel free to point out that your room is bigger than mine.
This is the web – you can say pretty much what you like
yes candles do give off C02 – but how many people do you know who have had a nice candle lit bath or shag and completely failed to suffocate themselves with Co2 or poison themselves with CO.
yes cats might knock it over
Thanks for the thermodynamic lessons from the from the crypto scientists. Agreed there is not much energy in a few tealights but this makes the most of anything that is available by getting a nice convection going – it like the difference between a radiant one bar fire and a convection heater – more air movement – fewer cold spots. In the winter I have it down to one side of my desk on the floor on a steel tray – not a copy of PBO.
Video on how to clean the outside windows on a home.
“DO YOU KNOW HOW TO DO THIS?” If I were dead would you know how to do this was the question I asked my wife and sons today on how to clean the outside windows on our home. My wife’s answer was yes as was the boys, but the boys weren’t so sure on what was needed or involved in completing the task. Look for upcoming videos on basic home maintenance.
This is Quick and Simple Life Hacks, Food Edition. We’ve put together 10 amazing food related hacks that you need to know. Sit back, grab your frying pan and we’ll dive right into the fire.
Here is the list:
1. Opening a jar
2. Watering plants
3. HOWTO Gourmet breakfast
4. Keeping cookies soft
5. Liberating refried beans
6. Banana Show Shine
7. Stirring spoon holder
8. Stovetop Pizza
9. Oven + Eggs = Dance all night
10. Full figured bread
Quick and Simple life hacks: FOIL EDITION!
1. Need to scrape off the grill but can’t find that wire brush? Ball up the foil, get it deep between the grates and go to town.
2. Want to save some serious time ironing your clothes? Put a long strip of foil on top of the ironing board and replace the cover. Go to town. With all that heat reflection you can take care of both sides at once.
3. Can’t find the correct sized battery? Easily make up the difference with a little well placed foil goodness. We’ve covered this one before but its definitely worth repeating.
4. Hate struggling to move large pieces of furniture? No need to buy pricey sliders. Put a little foil on the bottom of the legs and glide on through.
5. Love bacon but hate getting rid of the grease? Dump it into a makeshift foil bowl. Once it hardens, ball it up and toss it out.
6. And finally, if you can’t find a funnel. Roll one out of foil instead. Transferring fluids has never been so easy.