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5 Piece Folding Table Set
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5 piece folding table set - 5 Piece
5 Piece Folding Set (Consists of 4 Folding Chairs and 36 x 36 Fold in Half Table)
5 Piece Folding Set (Consists of 4 Folding Chairs and 36 x 36 Fold in Half Table)The Intelligent Choice for Any Home or OfficeWork Smart provides an intelligent choice for office seating, multi-purpose folding tables and more. From plush gathered leather executive chairs, to sleek ergonomic selections in tightly fitted easy care fabrics, the Work Smart collection provides quality and value second to none. What’ s more, the Work Smart collection provides one of the industry’ s widest selections of styles and finishes to complement any office setting. 5 Piece Folding SetFeatures:• Durable Construction• Light Weight Sleek Design• Powder Coated Tubular Frame• Ideal for Indoor or Outdoor use• Consists of 4 Folding Chairs and 36 x 36 Fold in Half TableSpecs:Table Size: 36W x 36D x 29HChair Size: 17.75W x 17.5D x 34.5HCube: 4.3Carton Dimensions: 34.5 x 17.75 x 17.5Weight: 49 lbs. Product photo may not exactly match the product offered for sale. Please refer to the product description.
Nuno scarf in Water lilies
Nuno felting using hand dyed tissue silk and my merino. I used my own merino hand dyed in the colour way Water Lilies. 1. Place sheet of bubble wrap bubble side up on a table covered with towels. 2. Place silk fabric pieces on the bubble wrap where you want them to go. I placed a piece of fabric each end to become a fringe. When the merino felts, it gathers up the silk into a lovely flowing fringe. I left 20cm of the fabric out of the scarf to become the fringe. I also ripped up pieces of the silk and placed bands of it along the length of the bubble wrap, not placing the merino on the silk but overlapping it a little so the silk would catch. 3. Hold the merino loosely in one hand and using all your fingers against the fat part of your palm pull away a layer of merino fibres and lay them on your bubble wrap, slightly overlapping tissue fringe. I pull away a sheer or thin layer and over lap them slightly like tiles on a roof, into a rectangle 30cm x180cm. Pull away another sheer layer and overlap them the opposite way over the top of your first layer.I only use 30-40 grams of merino, anymore and the scarf would be too thick. Now is the time to lay on any decorative elements you might want to add. Silk fabrics, yarns, wools, other colours are all good! To make swirls or circles, pull away a small amount of fibre and roll it into a snake using slightly wet hands. (You are felting it) Lay the swirl down in the position you want. To help hold it in position place a very sheer layer of merino over it. If you have silk hankies , separate the layers and lay them down on the merino. (One hankie will separate into several layers, I like to distort them rather than keep them square.) 4. Gently and carefully sprinkle warm water with soap over the scarf. The water stays mostly on the bubble wrap so be liberal with it. All the fibres need to be wet. Lay a plastic sheet over the top ( a plastic painting drop sheet is perfect) and rub over the plastic with a your hands, smoothing the water/ soap mix through the fibres. Keep rubbing for about five minutes, this causes the fibres to begin to matt. Remove the plastic carefully. 5. Check the edges of the scarf and if you don’t like the irregular edges, fold them back over. I usually don’t worry and tend to give the scarf a trim with scissors a little further on in the felting process. 6. Now roll the bubble wrap and scarf into a tight sausage around a rolling pin or pool noodle and tie some sting around each end to hold it. It looks like a giant bon bon. Now without pressing hard just roll it back and forth 150 times. You can do this in front of the tv or get the kids to do it! Unroll it carefully. You should be able to see the fibres are starting to interlock and move through the weave of the fabric. The silk will start to crinkle up as the fibres travel through it and begin to shrink. Straighten, undo any pleats or crinkles,reroll the bubble wrap from the other end and roll again 150 times. Unroll. 8. If you feel the scarf is shrinking too much in one direction, Rub it by hand up and down the way you want it to shink. Its probably time to cut away any daggy bits from the overall shape. 9. I like to roll the bubble wrap length wise as well into a long sausage and roll. It helps keep the scarf’s shape. This is not necessary and can be a bit fiddly. 10. Roll, and keep turning the scarf over on the bubble wrap after every 100 rolls or so. To be honest- I don't count- ever. 11. By now you should be able to see the migration of surface fibres through to the back, some to the front, general shrinkage of the scarf and not be able to pinch fibres away from the surface without them breaking. Generally though, Your scarf is felted when it has shrunk by a third. Or, do a 'pinch test'. Pinch some fibres on the surface and pull, if they come up as a pyramid- it's not felted. If they come up like a tree trunk and begin to break- they are felted. To speed felting up, you can apply warm/ hot water, and pick the scarf up and drop it back down to the bubble wrap several times- shocking the fibres. Beware with this technique, felting happens fast but it can cause the scarf to loose its shape. 12. When you feel the scarf is felted enough and shrunk enough, rinse it out, pull it into shape and hang to dry. I iron my scarf on a medium setting.
Big Chicken Pot Pie
INGREDIENTS Pie Dough 1 1/2cups unbleached all-purpose flour 1/2teaspoon table salt 8tablespoons unsalted butter (1/4 pound), chilled and cut into 1/4-inch pieces 4tablespoons vegetable shortening , chilled Chicken Pot Pie 1 1/2pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts or boneless, skinless chicken thighs 1can low-sodium chicken broth , with water added to equal 2 cups (or use 2 cups homemade chicken broth) 1 1/2tablespoons vegetable oil 1 large onion , chopped fine 3 medium carrots , peeled and cut crosswise 1/4-inch thick 2small ribs celery , cut crosswise 1/4-inch thick 4tablespoons unsalted butter 1/2cup unbleached all-purpose flour 1 1/2cups milk 1/2teaspoon dried thyme 3tablespoons dry sherry 3/4cup frozen peas , thawed 3tablespoons minced fresh parsley leaves INSTRUCTIONS 1. For Pie Dough: Mix flour and salt in workbowl of food processor fitted with the steel blade. Scatter butter pieces over flour mixture, tossing to coat butter with a little of the flour. Cut butter into flour with five one-second pulses. Add shortening; continue cutting in until flour is pale yellow and resembles coarse cornmeal, keeping some butter bits the size of small peas, about four more one-second pulses. Turn mixture into medium bowl. 2. Sprinkle 3 tablespoons ice-cold water over the mixture. Using rubber spatula, fold water into flour mixture. Then press down on dough mixture with broad side of spatula until dough sticks together, adding up to 1 tablespoon more cold water if dough will not come together. Shape dough into ball, then flatten into 4-inch-wide disk. Wrap in plastic and refrigerate 30 minutes while preparing pie filling. 3. For Pie Filling: Adjust oven rack to low-center position; heat oven to 400 degrees. Put chicken and broth in small Dutch oven or soup kettle over medium heat. Cover, bring to simmer; simmer until chicken is just done, 8 to 10 minutes. Transfer meat to large bowl, reserving broth in measuring cup. 4. Increase heat to medium-high; heat oil in now-empty pan. Add onions, carrots, and celery; saute until just tender, about 5 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. While vegetables are sauteing, shred meat into bite-sized pieces. Transfer cooked vegetables to bowl with chicken; set aside. 5. Heat butter over medium heat in again-empty skillet. When foaming subsides, add flour; cook about 1 minute. Whisk in chicken broth, milk, any accumulated chicken juices, and thyme. Bring to simmer, then continue to simmer until sauce fully thickens, about 1 minute. Season to taste with salt and pepper; stir in sherry. 6. Pour sauce over chicken mixture; stir to combine. Stir in peas and parsley. Adjust seasonings. (Can be covered and refrigerated overnight; reheat before topping with pastry.) 7. To Assemble: Roll dough on floured surface to approximate 15-by-11-inch rectangle, about 1/8-inch thick. If making individual pies, roll dough 1/8-inch thick and cut 6 dough rounds about 1 inch larger than pan circumference. 8. Pour chicken mixture into 13-by-9-inch pan or any shallow baking dish of similar size. Lay dough over pot pie filling, trimming dough to 1/2 inch of pan lip. Tuck overhanging dough back under itself so folded edge is flush with lip. Flute edges all around. Or don't trim dough and simply tuck overhanging dough into pan side. Cut at least four 1-inch vent holes in large pot pie or one 1-inch vent hole in smaller pies. 9. Bake until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbly, 30 minutes for large pies and 20 to 25 minutes for smaller pies. Serve hot.
5 piece folding table set
Butterfly Personal Rollaway Table Tennis Table
A great value for your home's rec room or for clubs and schools, the Butterfly TR21 Personal Rollaway Table Tennis Table provides the highest level of performance in this price-range. This table features a 3/4-inch wood table top, 1-1/2-inch steel railing rim, and 1-inch steel legs. The two safety levers on each table side provide an effective child safety feature. It folds into the playback and storage positions without removing the net and post, which are included. It also offers large, sturdy wheels (5-inch ball bearing casters) for easy movement. It folds up to 74 inches high, 27 inches wide.
Hikosuke Tamasu founded Tamasu Co., Ltd. in the small town of Yanai City, Japan in 1950. This was the beginning of a company career which is almost unique in table tennis. A renowned international for Japan, Tamasu fulfilled his dream of a lifetime when he made his hobby his profession. At that time, he could hardly imagine that he would make Butterfly the leading brand worldwide. Creativity, durability, and a profound technical knowledge meant success. 0ver and over again he looked for new possibilities in order to optimize techniques by innovative playing material. Tamasu realized that each player is different and has strengths and weaknesses. By offering individual playing material Tamasu wanted to help players right from the beginning to emphasize their individuality. Since 1983 Butterfly has its own training and research center in Tokyo. Highly qualified scientists co-operate with world class players and coaches for the development of rubber and blade technology. Butterfly's rubbers and blades are used by more than half of the participants at World and European Championships.