Maker’s corner

I’m kind of stubborn, I often think I know better and I like to tinker. As a result, when I see/feel a product shaped hole in my life I often try to fill it by making that something myself, even though there are generic solutions already out there. I have enormous fun gathering the requirements, then making a design and finally cobbling something together, usually with the help of friends/family.

So here we are with a gallery of stuff, sometimes just the one prototype that doesn’t even have basic documentation but sometimes with a detailed production sheet. Did I mention I’m a software analyst? My work habits might be bleeding over a bit into my hobbies..

Puzzle Plaids

Sheer corona boredom and a significant mass of leftover children’s fabric led us to create these puzzle plaids.

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Perfect Underwear 2: weekend bra

It’s possible to find a comfortable bra. It’s also possible to find a nice looking one. But it’s really difficult to find one that’s both, so we decided to just go ahead and try it ourselves.

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The perfect underwear

Product sheet for the perfect mini-short and string. Easy to make if you have the right machinery, these have the best fit ever – for me.

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harness for big camera

Product sheet for a harness to carry the big camera on hikes: custom made to fit over thick winter clothing but underneath my back pack, the harness holds the camera steady but still allows you to take pictures without unclipping the camera.

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Cactus corner

Product sheet for the cactus corner thing: custom made to fit the hottest nook in the veranda, three levels of shelf now hold a dangerous collection of cacti.

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