Start by preparing your wood. Next, prime your wood. Then, use a pencil to lightly outline your quilt block onto the surface of the wood. Use painter’s tape to section off your first few blocks, and then begin painting them with your chosen colors. Continue taping off different sections and painting until all blocks are complete. Inspect each block for any corrections that may need to be made, and touch up accordingly. Lastly, add any hardware needed for hanging purposes.
Dead skin cells are a main ingredient in household dust
According to researchers at Imperial College London, humans shed around 200 million skin cells each hour—and they have to go somewhere when we’re indoors. If the idea of skin dust isn’t sitting well with you, you should know that a report from the American Chemical Society found that a skin oil called squalene naturally helps reduce indoor ozone levels by up to 15 percent.