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Did you just craft your pants? Read more about WhatTheCraft. Get Your Craft On. A good whack shattered the top of the tee. I sawed off the broken end and discovered that Version 2 worked just as well with a 13"-long pipe, with less chance of it being struck. I used V1 and V2 for almost all my hitting sessions last baseball season and for several games, and V2 seems plenty durable with the shortened PVC. Welcome to the Make: You might also like these newsletters: Education How making is transforming learning.
Thanks for signing up. Please check your email to confirm. Your changes have been saved. This spring season Paula and I along with our families are spending a lot of time at the ballpark. As soon as the boys knew their teams I knew I wanted a shirt for each team to wear to their games.
I decided that it was silly to spend the money when I had everything but the t-shirt on hand to make my own. I knew with a little searching online I would be able to find the images I needed and thankfully I was right. I bought the files and headed into Cricut Design Space. One of the things that sold me so quickly on the Cricut Explore was the ease of importing images from outside the Cricut Library. Then click on the blue browse and select your image from your computer.
When you see your image in the box you can then name it and click the green save.
Hey sluggers — it's easy to make your own batting tees for tee-ball or batting practice, using ordinary stuff from the home-and-hardware store. Follow these easy instructions to build a pair of adjustable, durable tees for half the price of store-bought. Using 2 tees, place one tee at the inside location and one on the outside location. Place a ball on each tee. When the hitter begins to stride/load, the coach calls out either “inside” or “outside” and the hitter reacts and hits the called-out ball. four | Draw a semi-circle in the upper corner of the t-shirt. five | Draw another semi-circle in the opposite corner at the bottom of the t-shirt. six | Draw lines through .