Crochet Stepping Texture Hat

Crochet Stepping Texture Hat

In today’s tutorial let’s learn how to do the Stepping Texture Hat, and this is a fabulous hat using Bernat Softee Chunky yarn. [ Music Playing] Welcome back to The Crochet Crowd, as well as Yarnspirations.com I’m your host Mikey. Today we’re going to explore this amazing free pattern. It’s called the Stepping Texure Hat. […]

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How do birds learn to sing? – Partha P. Mitra

How do birds learn to sing? – Partha P. Mitra

This is a song sung by a brown thrasher. But that’s just one of the thousand or more that it knows, and it’s not the only avian virtuoso. A wood thrush can sing two pitches at once. A mockingbird can match the sounds around it, including car alarms. And the Australian superb lyrebird has an […]

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Politics, Reading, Edwin Edwards, Art of Food | 08/17/18 | Louisiana: The State We’re In

JUST POWER, BUILDING A BETTER BATH TO BRIGHTER JOBS AND HELPING TO PREPARE THE NEXT GENERATION BECAUSE TOGETHER, WE POWER LIFE. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY THE FRED B AND RUTH ZIEGLER ART MUSEUM IN CITY HALL IT. FOCUSES ON EMERGING LOUISIANA ARTISTS AND IS A HISTORICAL CULTURAL CENTER FOR SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA. AND FOR EXCELLENCE IN […]

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Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Hello I’m Chistobel and I’m Niamh and today we are going to be discussing decadence, agency and ambiguity in Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s best known painting, The Swing. Here to give us some insider knowledge is Curatorial Assistant Carmen Holdsworth-Delgado. Could you give us some information about how The Swing came into being? A poet’s accounts has […]

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Unwavering Focus | Dandapani | TEDxReno

Unwavering Focus | Dandapani | TEDxReno

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Peter van de Ven When I was growing up as a child, I was teased very often for being so distracted, teased for not being able to concentrate, and you know, had I not been born a few decades ago, I probably would have been given one of those colorful acronyms […]

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David J. Skorton Lecture: How STEM and the Liberal Arts Nourish Each Other

David J. Skorton Lecture: How STEM and the Liberal Arts Nourish Each Other

(gentle music) (crowd applauding) – Good evening and welcome to Hancher Auditorium. My name is John Keller and I have the privilege serving as the Associate Provost for Graduate Professional Education and Dean of the Graduate College at the University of Iowa. Thank you all for joining us this evening in this outstanding facility as […]

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Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1550

Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1550

Rob McClendon: Here’s what’s coming up on your “Horizon.” What began as just the desire to help Oklahoma youth develop their artistic talents has become an annual summer haven for young people interested in the arts. This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we begin our show with a trip to Quartz Mountain Lodge to see how […]

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Basic Shapes | Illustrator CC Basics [Tutorial]

Basic Shapes | Illustrator CC Basics [Tutorial]

Hello everyone, it’s Jen from Olde Tinkerer Studio Welcome to part 4 of the Illustrator CC basics tutorial course. In this tutorial I will be teaching you how to create and edit Basic Shapes within Illustrator. The link for this AI file is in the description below. In Illustrator we use Paths or Vector Paths […]

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Militant atheism | Richard Dawkins

Militant atheism | Richard Dawkins

That splendid music, the coming-in music, “The Elephant March” from “Aida,” is the music I’ve chosen for my funeral. (Laughter) And you can see why. It’s triumphal. I won’t feel anything, but if I could, I would feel triumphal at having lived at all, and at having lived on this splendid planet, and having been […]

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