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    If you are fan of Star Trek this instructable is for you !!!! You will find here a good way to build a stencil and create a hand on a sweat shirt and when you open the zip Live long qnd Prosper appears! :) FOR STAR TREK FAN : Sorry, Let's notice this fail as normally the thumb have to be separate fr...
    May 2, 2012
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    • Rachel Jones

      Live Long and Prosper! Do your own star trek sweat shirt! I don't watch Star Trek, but this is hilariously awesome.

    • Maigen Holman

      DIY Star Trek sweatshirt- a great gift idea for friends/family! ...if I knew any Star Trek people... This is pretty funny.

    • Alix Miller

      Star Trek sweatshirt: "live long and prosper" appears as it unzips... LOL

    • Sarah Balka

      DIY Star Trek sweatshirt- a great gift idea for friends/family!

    • Jayni Nuchols

      DIY Star Trek sweatshirt | live long and prosper

    • Meg the Grand

      DIY Live Long & Prosper Star Trek hoodie

    • Jane Wylie

      DIY Star Trek Sweatshirt, Lol

    • Valerie Telles

      DIY Star Trek Hoodie ( DAD!)

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    3 options of making t-shirt yarn. 1.(Shown) Cut a small slit in end of each piece of T-shirt yarn. Slip one end through the other, push opposite end of first piece through its own hole. Pull tight to secure. 2. Sew or stictch ends together. 3. Tie knot to join ends (More rustic look with knot ends showing).