I am getting too much material stored up faster then I can sew it,whats the best way to store the smaller pieces like 7 inches to 30 inches.I folded it and put in in small boxes and set them on shelves,cannot afford to buy clear containers, but now have to go through every box for a color?Small apartments with very little storage space.
Spread a drop of dish washing liquid on the lens. We use to spread saliva around the lens of our scuba diving mask that worked, but you might not want to spit in your mask. Search mask anti fog for other solutions. Good Luck
lightning Visible discharge of electricity when part of the atmosphere acquires enough electrical charge to overcome the resistance of the air. During a thunderstorm, lightning flashes can occur within clouds, between clouds, between clouds and air, or from clouds to the ground. Lightning is usually associated with cumulonimbus clouds (thunderclouds) but also occurs in nimbostratus clouds, in snowstorms and dust storms, and sometimes in the dust and gases emitted by a volcano. A typical lightning flash involves a potential difference between cloud and ground of several hundred million volts. Temperatures in the lightning channel are on the order of 30,000 K (50,000 °F). A cloud-to-ground flash comprises at least two strokes: a pale leader stroke that strikes the ground and a highly luminous return stroke. The leader stroke reaches the ground in about 20 milliseconds; the return stroke reaches the cloud in about 70 microseconds. The thunder associated with lightning is caused by rapid heating of air along the length of the lightning channel. The heated air expands at supersonic speeds. The shock wave decays within a metre or two into a sound wave, which, modified by the intervening air and topography, produces a series of rumbles and claps. See also thunderstorm.? 2005 Encyclop?dia Britannica, Inc.pedia English - The Free Encyclopedia Lightning For other uses, see Lightning (disambiguation). Lightning is an atmospheric discharge of electricity, usually, but not always, during a rain storm.