To make a Chinese knot, also called a good luck knot, start with a cross shape, fold the loops over each other, weave the final loop, tighten, repeat all the steps, and adjust the "ears." Making a Chinese knot takes roughly 20 minutes and requires a length of cord, pins...
To draw a dog, start by sketching basic geometric shapes that resemble the skeletal structure and joints, and then add the outline of the animal. Artists should save details such as facial features and fur for the end of the drawing process.
The steps to becoming engaged vary widely, but in a traditional engagement, ask for the blessing of your future spouse's parents. Pick out an engagement ring, and choose a time and location to ask the question. Practice asking the question prior to the date.
The wine-making process begins by mixing a bucket of juice at room temperature with 1/4 teaspoon of potassium metabisulfite mixed with 1/4 cup of warm water. Rehydrate a wine yeast packet after four hours, and add a cup of the juice to it. Wait 10 minutes, and add this ...
Draw a cat by starting with its head, sketching the shoulders, back and rump, outlining the chest, drawing the legs and adding the details. This drawing takes only a few minutes to do. You need a pen or pencil and a piece of paper.
To draw an eye, start by drawing a horizontal oval. Inside the oval, near the center, draw a circle that touches the edge of the oval at the top and bottom to represent the iris. Inside the circle, draw a second, smaller circle to represent the pupil.
Tie a necktie in a half-Windsor knot by arranging the ends of the tie, looping them around each other and pulling the correct end to tighten the knot. The half-Windsor knot is a versatile knot that works with almost every shirt collar and is appropriate for all occasion...