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Polkadot Price Predictions: Part 2

1 336 views | 6 Feb. 2021

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Let's extrapolate some Polkadot price predictions for this market cycle.

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Wolfgang Tierlieb



great analysis, very conservative.. I like.


Interesting stuff! What programme do you use for your graphs?


Nice prediction, thanks

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Token metrics has a prediction of 27$ - 28$ eminent

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Polka Dot Farthingale: Part TWO

31 868 views | 8 Jun. 2017

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This video is the second in a short series showing how I made a 16th century farthingale. Check out the accompanying post and more dress diaries at MorganDonner.com

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Chaz Nonya

I've just discovered these videos. Never been a part of any community, but my family wore this kind of dress even as I was growing up. I want to return to this way of dressing for personal comfort now that I'm older. Expect questions lol.

Nielsen Morgan

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! This is amazingly helpful. I've been putting bodices of one kind or another together for years mostly making it up as I go along. I just learned at least 15 new things between these 2 videos that will vastly improve the finished product. You have made me so happy! Time to go buy more canvas.

Zoe S.

I knew I'd find helpful stuff on your channel, and I always love watching your videos, score!
I do have a question though, do you think it would be possible to make a similar bodice but with just canvas or starched linen to give it shape without boning? I'm hoping to eventually make a late 15th century venician stiffened kirtle, I figured it would have a similar construction to the farthingale, but I haven't been able to find much evidence of boned bodices at this point so far.


Your videos are so clear and easy to follow, I love them! However, if you have the time, I have a question: I am seriously considering making stays a bit like this one, to wear everyday instead of bras (I had a few health problems before and I'm kinda busty so the pressure necessary for good support on my ribs and shoulders are very painful). So far, from what I've learn, it seems like stays like this one are very very comfortable for busty people and not too complicated for beginners. I could adapt it to be wearables under t-shirts and with jeans. Do you think it's possible and that it would work?


Yay Centimetres!


That bowl was so cute, it stole the entire show!
(Jk) but it was adorable.

Great video tho!


Three kinds of sewists:

Type 1, the wild ones: hates pins, just holds the seams together if possible. What's basting?

Type 2, average: mostly uses pins, will baste very tricky seams. Might not use pins on very straight seams that don't shift

And the ever rare type 3: hates pins and will baste almost everything


I used to be type 2 but I have been stuck one too many times and now am type 3. I find the most likely time to be stabbed by needles is when going fast while machine sewing. It's really nice not having to pause before every pin, and not having to worry about any shifting!


It’s great to see you correcting mistakes, thanks for including everything!

When you changed the side seams to lace-up, you didn’t put boning in, or did I miss it?

Khara Gillock

I like your hair

Andy Dawn

I love that both you and your husband are craftspeople

Vy Đỗ Tường

I'm m a beginner, actually, a person who doesn't know anything about sewing, and yet I managed to understand ur vid, so thank you for that.

Murrv Vmurr

Zip ties for bonning!? Mofo genius!! (Insert Homer Simpson meme here)


Oh my god, you and your husband are so wholesome. I love it. <3 I have soooo much expensive canvas sitting around. I need to do something with it!

Anna Banana

Wonderful video! Love your technique. Just found your channel and it is lovely!

Vee Dragon

Husband bringing you the bowl he made for you is just precious <3

JessIca Murray

I broke my little seam allowance tool and can’t find another one!!! Maybe I’m calling it the wrong thing? What’s the name of the little silver tool you are using for adding the allowance? Pretty please??

Morgan McClure

This (and your website) have been so helpful to me in my own bodice making adventures. I'm currently making a bodice inspired by this pattern using a simplicity pattern as my first base. I didn't know where to start with drafting my own pattern so I decided to start with one I already had and make changes. I'm hoping to be able to wear it to a fairly new Renaissance faire (not my usual one since that one was firmly cancelled) later this year and I'm excited at the idea of wearing something I made. It won't be a totally historically accurate costume yet, I'm still working towards that, but it'll be closer than I've ever been


Big question: how well do you find that your pieces stay together with just whip stitches or running stitches and bias tape? Do you think that it works as well as, better than, or worse than modern-day serging? (I know that if you want an historically accurate garment that serging isn't an option, but I'm curious).

van bing

Can I ask where did you learn your technique for drafting bodices? I understand the materials, i.e., notions, boning and fabrics I need, But I keep wasting valuable fabric making my pieces either too small or the wrong shape. Do u have sources you can recommend that were game changers for you?

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Tom and Jerry Episode 39 Polka Dot Puss Part 2

59 551 views | 6 Apr. 2019

Tom and Jerry is an

Tom and Jerry is an American animated series of short films. It centers on a rivalry between its two title characters, Tom and Jerry, and many recurring characters, based around slapstick comedy.

Tom is a grey and white domestic shorthair cat. Jerry is a small, brown, house mouse who always lives in close proximity to Tom. Although cats typically chase mice to consume them, it is quite rare for Tom to actually try to consume Jerry. Most of his attempts are just to torment or humiliate Jerry, sometimes in revenge, and sometimes to obtain a reward from a human for catching Jerry. By the final "fade-out" of each cartoon, Jerry usually emerges triumphant, while Tom is shown as the loser.

Tom and Jerry, American animated cartoon series about a hapless cat’s never-ending pursuit of a clever mouse.