Make a feather duster by attaching feathers to a dowel. You need a dowel, feathers and a small plastic medicine dosing cup along with glue, a rubber band and paint. More »

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Websites like CarsForSale and ClassicCars function as portals to locate and buy cars like the Plymouth Duster and other classics which can be hard to find in the usual circles of the used car market. Classic car websites... More »

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Cleaning a lambswool duster is done by vacuuming the duster and then washing it with a mild soap cleanser. After cleaning, the duster must be refluffed to return it to its original shape so that it can be used again. More »

To make a quill pen, remove the feathers along the bottom end of the quill, and lightly sand the feather until it is smooth. Cut the end of the quill at an angle, and cut the sharp tip of the quill off so it is flat. Mak... More »

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To make a peg loom, gather a wooden dowel, a piece of timber, a drill and drill bits. Cut the wood to the size you want. Drill holes into the piece of wood, and stick the wood pegs into them. More »

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Fabric ribbon can be wrapped around dowel rods and baked in the oven for 25 minutes at 275 degrees Fahrenheit. The ribbon can also be soaked in water and sprayed with starch before cooking to form more permanent curls. More »

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Curl ribbon by curling it around a dowel or pencil, securing the ends of the ribbon, spraying the ribbon with starch and allowing it to dry. This takes only a few minutes. You need fabric ribbon, a wooden dowel, tape and... More »

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