Most people do not understand the purpose of exhaust flanges, unless they have needed to replace one. Having a superficial understanding about what a flange does, can be very important to building or maintaining your vehicle. To start, you need to understand the purpose of the flange and where it is located within the vehicle.
Biking is a great hobby, sport and form of exercise. In today’s time it is all too common to be wrapped up in technology and not get enough time outdoors. Riding your bicycle forces you to be outside reaping those many benefits such as fresh air and sunshine just to name a few. There are many other benefits to being outdoors, let alone exercising outside. Biking itself also brings its own perks. It is fairly inexpensive, easy for those at all ages and varying health levels, fun and good for the environment. Depending on your wants and needs, there are different types of bikes for sale to suit you.
If you have never done it before, sewing a quilt can feel like it might be a daunting task. Once an activity that was associated with older generations, quilting is seeing a revival as an art form among the younger population. While there are many who still make quilts using traditional patterns, techniques, and color schemes, the quilting world has also become a welcoming place for the artistic and unorthodox who wish to unleash their creativity and individuality. With such a range of possibilities, quilting is the perfect way to express yourself while being rewarded with something tangible and practical to beautify your home or the home of a loved one. If you’re interested in learning more about how to get started in the quilting process, keep reading! Continue reading “A Beginner’s Guide to the Quilting Process and Quilting Patterns”
Dammit, they’re still there. It feels like they watch me stroll across my sewing room, waiting to to be clipped, pressed and trimmed into perfect squares. However, these chain-pieced bias squares lay strung over my ironing board, glaring at me like a bunch of mopey toddlers who have been placed into time out. Continue reading “Pantographs and Chain-Piecing”
One of the best parts of having an outdoor kitchen and entertaining area is being able to throw great outdoor parties for your family and friends! However, using the same formula to host the same get together every time can start to feel a little monotonous. Changing things up, even just a little, can help you feel more excited to throw your next outdoor party. Keep reading for five ideas for your next get together! Continue reading “5 Ideas for Your Next Party in Your Orlando Outdoor Kitchen”
Are you looking for a reliable outdoor kitchen in Orlando? Paradise Grills is the company that will end your search! From grills to bars and accessories, Paradise Grills has what you need to take your backyard into the party of the summer. They have emerged as America’s leader in outdoor grilling entertainment. Exclusive Paradise features will make your outdoor grilling one to remember. The high quality of the products will make you wish you had gotten a paradise grill sooner! Continue reading “Backyard Outdoor Kitchens in Orlando: Paradise Grills”
In today’s world, there is no shortage of available investment options. Almost daily, news and media outlets seem to feature advisors and analysts who profess to have found the new, surefire way to secure and increase individual wealth. While many of these investment strategies can be successful in providing value, they lack the unique combination of benefits of investing in one of the world’s oldest and most consistently valuable assets: gold. One of the safest and best ways to diversify your portfolio is through the acquisition of gold, specifically $5 gold American Eagles. Read on to discover 7 unique benefits of this investment decision! Continue reading “7 Reasons to Invest in American Gold Eagles”
As I work on trying to minimize my own fabric purchases, the fabric stash phenomenon has been on my mind. As always, it never works. I think it’s partly due to age, mine and the fabrics, and partly due to space. My own stash seems to have a mind of its own, subscribing to the Storage Corollary of the Peter Principle: Stored goods will expand to fill the available space. So I’ve decided to make quilts from the fabric I already have. I can make a lot of scrap quilts so the smaller pieces I can’t seem to get rid of can get some use. Continue reading “Do You Suffer From “Stash Guilt?””