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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Camryn Brown — that’s him at lower-right in the montage shown above — who’s going to tell us about a great DIY project he created for himself and his family. Enjoy. — PL]
By Camryn Brown
We’re a family of four Giants fans who lived in San Francisco until 2013, when we moved to Auckland, New Zealand. In 2014 we started doing annual “Family Adventure Road Trips” — FART — in as a way of seeing a bit more of this beautiful country. The kids have always enjoyed the scatological acronym — and, to be fair, so have my wife and I. It has provided a humorous theme to the Facebook updates we make for friends and family who follow our travels.
This coming August we’re returning to the U.S. for a month to see friends and family, mostly in California. One of the highlights will be going to see the Giants play the Braves at AT&T Park on Aug. 28, and that somehow morphed into the idea that we should create some Giants-themed FART caps for the occasion.
The process for making the caps was fairly simple. (Continue reading)
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By Phil Hecken
I’m joined today by a longtime Uni Watch favorite, Leo Strawn, Jr., who has graced these pages with many great things, including some terrific DIY projects (although he may be better known these days as the guy who gets a lot of “Too Good For The Ticker” entries). Not today, though — today Leo gets the lede, as he’s here with … (Continue reading)
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[Editor’s Note: Today we’re fortunate enough to have a guest entry by the DIY genius known as Wafflebored. Enjoy. — PL]
I’ve always liked jerseys that incorporate padding or other functional details. Stuff like the built-in padding in soccer goalkeeper . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: Wafflebored Lives Up to His Name
[Editor’s Note: Apologies for the relative dearth of content today — I have had a rather bad toothache/infection the past couple days, and yesterday it was particularly painful, so just a short posting today. Reader Forrest J. Page has undertaken his first DIY project, and wanted to share the results with us. Enjoy! . . . → Read More: You Never Forget Your First DIY