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The world is your oyster Ashley!  Dave's been doing metalworking, I'm gonna jump back on Electricity and do wood/iron, and Amy's doing homesteading.  I'd say that Animal Care is ripe for the picking if you're into that sort of thing.  Otherwise any bb that isn't a hyperlink in a badge no one's working on is fair game!
 
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Woot Woot!  Electricity badge is now done completely!!!
 
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Hey all, I've had to cut some activities and pursuits in my day-to-day as we get a new business, homestead, and home and family systems off the ground. I'm looking forward to a future season where I'm able to contribute more regularly, but for the meantime I love seeing the progress!  Very exciting.
 
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Don't worry Beau, we'll save some BBs for you
 
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Hello team!  Dave Burton is currently cranking out BBs like it's going out of style.  Thanks Dave!!!   We just had some questions about a Sand level Animal Care BB that hasn't got a thread yet.  So if anyone is looking for an area to focus on, feel free to stake a claim to some portion of Animal Care.
 
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I’ll scare up the Chicken Harvest BB real quick.
 
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Beau Davidson wrote:I’ll scare up the Chicken Harvest BB real quick.


And here it is: https://permies.com/wiki/145776/pep-animal-care/Harvest-Chicken-animal-care-straw#1138380
 
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Awesome, thanks Beau!  I changed the title around a bit since it's actually in Sand badge and added links in the first sentence.  Great job using Permies content and related videos!
 
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Ha, I just went to comment in Animal Care that you made that BB and I realized the one Penny needs is for rabbits.  wa wa waaa
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:Hello team!  Dave Burton is currently cranking out BBs like it's going out of style.  Thanks Dave!!!   We just had some questions about a Sand level Animal Care BB that hasn't got a thread yet.  So if anyone is looking for an area to focus on, feel free to stake a claim to some portion of Animal Care.



Hi Everyone, I've been a little distracted this week. Looks like Dave finished homestead.straw. Yay!.

My daughter's summer vacation started today, so I will be distracted for another week and a half. Plus I have to renew my visa. I'll see if I can sneak in a BB or two.
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:Ha, I just went to comment in Animal Care that you made that BB and I realized the one Penny needs is for rabbits.  wa wa waaa



Shoot, how about this one: https://permies.com/wiki/145832/pep-animal-care/Harvest-Rabbit-animal-care-sand
 
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just whipped off and added them to the main page of the woodland care badge. Please take a look and see if i missed anything

https://permies.com/t/146877/Lumber-woodland-straw-lumber-PEP

https://permies.com/t/146878/Put-Cord-Firewood-woodland-straw

https://permies.com/t/146879/Put-Cords-Firewood-woodland-iron

https://permies.com/t/146880/Lumber-woodland-iron-lumber-PEP

https://permies.com/t/146881/Lift-Log-Structure-Gin-Pole
 
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Looking good Jordan!!!  Looks like Dave edited some of them and I checked through and tickled a few.  On the one or two that I went into that Dave hadn't, it wasn't a wiki.  So if you can make it a wiki as you make it, you'd be even more perfect.  Thanks!!!

One other curiosity about Woodland Care Straw is that there seems to be one BB that has a whole bunch of stuff in it.  Dave wrote that BB 10 months ago.  You made some for the sub bullets under it (making lumber, stacking wood).  So currently it looks like you made BBBs (Badge Bit Bitlets).  I think we'll need to check with Paul on if he wants one huge BB or to have them all split out (like they are in Wood and Iron).

So maybe don't do any more BBs for Woodland Care Straw until we figure that out.

The Animal Care and Community badges are ripe for the picking
 
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A suggested, I created a first draft of Make a lightweight paddock shift chicken coop - Animals.straw.lightweightcoop PEP BB

https://permies.com/wiki/147461/pep-animal-care/lightweight-paddock-shift-chicken-coop

The instructions for creating BBs says to "hit the Edit Permissions button for Staff Only" but I don't see that option. Hopefully staff can set that on their own.
 
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Awesome job Kevin!  Great media content!!!  It's now linked to the badge and official!  Thanks!  There's lots of other BBs in Animal Care that need to be typed up if you're interested

The only thing I changed was to add one requirement for using real wood and no toxic paint.  Paul's really big on avoiding plywood, pressure treating, paint, stain, glue, etc.

The "edit permissions for staff" is in the Wiki set up tab.  But maybe it's only something I can see as a moderator?  Here's what I see when I look in there (I did have to change which radio button was selected)
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I only have the first set of buttons. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Sweet, Ok, I'll adjust the directions then.  Thanks for reporting it!!!
 
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I created a page for the Offal input badge bit
Offal from one animal system is an input - animals.straw.offal
https://permies.com/wiki/147801/pep-animal-care/Offal-animal-system-input-animals

I didn't find any videos specifically about this, usually when I find the information it's a small portion of a larger butchering video.
 
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Looks great!  I changed a couple words around and added the "PEP BB" to the title.  It's now linked to the badge page.  Thanks!
 
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Hi PEPPERS. I understand this is the thread I should have read sooner ...
I did start doing more of the straw BBs for PEP Textiles. And then there wasn't a thread for them ...
Then I asked Nicole, in the thread about PEP Textiles. She suggested I could start threads myself. So I did, and some of you helped so the thread functioned like other BB threads.
So in fact I am a PEPPER (in training) too ...

Thenj I thought of making more BB threads for Textiles, and put this question in the PEP Textiles thread:

Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi Nicole, Mike and others. I am going to make some more of those Straw Badge threads. Will you please have a look at them (when they'll be on the forum) and do what's needed to fit them to the formatting for the other BBs?
Thank you. Inge


Probably you are all working much too hard, so nobody reacted. Even when I posted the new thread on invisible mending a small hole ... in which I made a mistake in the title ... there was nobody to help me ...
I really want to help making more BB threads, but I don't know all I need to know about starting topics ...

And then ... maybe my photos in that thread were invisible too, because of my problem with facebook ...
I am not of much help in this way
 
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You've really been a huge help! I'm just not a well-versed in this as I'd like, and life is crazy busy right now, and we're still trying to figure out exactly what the requirements, etc are for the textile badge. You're doing great, and thank you!!!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:You've really been a huge help! I'm just not a well-versed in this as I'd like, and life is crazy busy right now, and we're still trying to figure out exactly what the requirements, etc are for the textile badge. You're doing great, and thank you!!!

Thank you Nicole. I understand you're (too) busy, as a homeschooling mum.
 
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Thank you, jordan too ...
 
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I haven't paid enough attention to the Textiles badge since I thought it was still under construction.  I'd say that if it is published with the BBs listed, you can start creating the BB threads.  If the BB threads are created before the badges are official, it can get messy.

So, the million dollar question is....  Is the Textiles badge official?  It looks like the Straw level is posted and looks pretty official.

So then the half million dollar question is...  Are the Textiles experts ready for the BBs to be created?  

It kinda sounds like it.

Normally I just review new BB write-ups and edit them a touch if needed.  Once you have a few under your belt it goes much faster.  The problem here is that I don't know much about textiles.

How about if you reply to this with a link to all the BBs you've written up so far.  I'll look them over in the next day for formatting and general style and make tweaks.  Then Nicole, R or other textile experts can tweak it for actual content.  Then we can officially link it to the badge and people can start sewing.  

Once I've tweaked a few and you know what I'm after for style, I should be an unnecessary part of the process (I hope )
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:...Normally I just review new BB write-ups and edit them a touch if needed.  Once you have a few under your belt it goes much faster.  The problem here is that I don't know much about textiles.

How about if you reply to this with a link to all the BBs you've written up so far.  I'll look them over in the next day for formatting and general style and make tweaks.  Then Nicole, R or other textile experts can tweak it for actual content.  Then we can officially link it to the badge and people can start sewing.  

Once I've tweaked a few and you know what I'm after for style, I should be an unnecessary part of the process (I hope )


Thank you Mike. Together with Nicole and R(aven) we can progress, I think we can have all needed BBs for the Straw badge. If I understand well Nicole already has many concepts she can turn into BBs. Then I can do the ones she doesn't.
I started with one, that one is official now ('harvesting fabrics'), then I made the second, which since yesterday is official too (invisible mending a small hole). In this way I can go on, trying to do as much as I can myself, Asking for your help (if needed) here in this thread.
First I will thoroughly read all I can find about 'making BBs' ... because I only found out yesterday there was information about that ... (I started doing something before knowing how to do ... )

 
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Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote: If I understand well Nicole already has many concepts she can turn into BBs. Then I can do the ones she doesn't.



These are the ones I roughed out a year ago. Raven hasn't looked over them, and I don't know if they're what she was looking for. I think things changed a bit after I made them, because the texile badge has been in a bit of flux. While we figure out how to do it the way Paul wants it with Raven's know-how.

I know these threads are not up to the current format. My brain kind of explodes when it looks at this list and the work involved in updating them. But, at least you know you don't have to tackle any of these ones!

- PEP BB textile.straw.pillowcase- quilt a pillowcase
- PEP BB textile.straw.stocking- quilt a Christmas stocking
- PEP BB textile.straw.JayneCobb- Knit a Jayne Cobb hat
- PEP BB textile.straw.babyblanket- knit or crochet a baby blanket
- PEP BB textile.straw.bag- knit or crochet a bag
- PEP BB textile.straw.hat- knit or crochet a hat
- PEP BB textile.straw.scarf- knit or crochet a scarf
- PEP BB textile.straw.toolbox- create a textile toolbox
- PEP BB textile.straw.buttonjar - make a button jar
- PEP BB textile.straw.sewbutton- sewing on a button
- PEP BB textile.straw.quiltblanket- quilt a baby blanket
- PEP BB textile.straw.smallbag- quilt a small bag
- PEP BB textile.straw.pouch- felt a bag or pouch
- PEP BB textile.straw.ball- felt 3 dryer balls
- PEP BB textile.straw.feltscarf- wet felt a scarf
- PEP BB textile.straw.needlefelt- needle felt a figure
- PEP BB textile.straw.grocery- sew 4 grocery bags
- PEP BB textile.straw.pajama- sew pajama pants
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:

Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote: If I understand well Nicole already has many concepts she can turn into BBs. Then I can do the ones she doesn't.



These are the ones I roughed out a year ago. Raven hasn't looked over them, and I don't know if they're what she was looking for. I think things changed a bit after I made them, because the texile badge has been in a bit of flux. While we figure out how to do it the way Paul wants it with Raven's know-how.

I know these threads are not up to the current format. My brain kind of explodes when it looks at this list and the work involved in updating them. But, at least you know you don't have to tackle any of these ones!

- PEP BB textile.straw.pillowcase- quilt a pillowcase
- PEP BB textile.straw.stocking- quilt a Christmas stocking
- PEP BB textile.straw.JayneCobb- Knit a Jayne Cobb hat
- PEP BB textile.straw.babyblanket- knit or crochet a baby blanket
- PEP BB textile.straw.bag- knit or crochet a bag
- PEP BB textile.straw.hat- knit or crochet a hat
- PEP BB textile.straw.scarf- knit or crochet a scarf
- PEP BB textile.straw.toolbox- create a textile toolbox
- PEP BB textile.straw.buttonjar - make a button jar
- PEP BB textile.straw.sewbutton- sewing on a button
- PEP BB textile.straw.quiltblanket- quilt a baby blanket
- PEP BB textile.straw.smallbag- quilt a small bag
- PEP BB textile.straw.pouch- felt a bag or pouch
- PEP BB textile.straw.ball- felt 3 dryer balls
- PEP BB textile.straw.feltscarf- wet felt a scarf
- PEP BB textile.straw.needlefelt- needle felt a figure
- PEP BB textile.straw.grocery- sew 4 grocery bags
- PEP BB textile.straw.pajama- sew pajama pants



First was a false start. I made one you already did, overlooked it in your list (the button jar). In your (Nicole's) thread I posted that I found one more useful video.

Maybe I can make the BB thread for sewing machine maintenance? It has a clear description in the PEP and I don't see an already existing thread ...
 
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Those look really good Nicole!  I just cruised through all of them and changed a couple things on each.  The biggest change is that for the "proof" section the new standard wording we're using is:

      To document your completion of the BB, provide proof of the following as pics or video (less than two minutes):

Then after that the items should say "the fabric you're starting with" instead of "photo of the fabric you're starting with".

I had to reverse the title on a number of them so the English comes first and the PEP BB textiles.straw.gibberish comes last

And a number of times the word fiber was spelled wrong but I didn't change it since it looked cool :)  
 
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Fibre is how it's spelled in Britain/England/etc. Raven spells it fibre, and I'm so in awe of her that I've started spelling it that way in honor of her!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:Fibre is how it's spelled in Britain/England/etc. Raven spells it fibre, and I'm so in awe of her that I've started spelling it that way in honor of her!


When I was at school I learned UK English. Now I write a mix of UK and US English, with often some Dutch between the lines too. It's so good you don't hear me, I speak Dunglish!
 
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I know, I was just kind of joking
 
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I made the BB for sewing machine maintenance.
You can find it here:  
https://permies.com/wiki/148155/pep-textiles/Sewing-machine-maintenance-PEP-BB

Some things are still imperfect, so one or more of you will have to 'tweak'.

I saw there's a button 'Youtube', I thought that would be to show an image of the video, but it didn't work ...
 
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Looking good Inge!  All I changed was to make the PEP and the Textiles words into links in the first sentence.  I think you did the youtube links correctly, sometimes I think they don't embed if you do more than one.  All I did to fix them was hit the little round arrow button just after each link and it fixed them.  Maybe you don't have that option though as a pollinator...  
 
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Mike Haasl wrote:Looking good Inge!  All I changed was to make the PEP and the Textiles words into links in the first sentence.  I think you did the youtube links correctly, sometimes I think they don't embed if you do more than one.  All I did to fix them was hit the little round arrow button just after each link and it fixed them.  Maybe you don't have that option though as a pollinator...  


Thank you Mike. No, I didn't see that arrow.
 
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Nicole, the link to the 'Button Jar' BB isn't linked in the list for PEP Textiles straw badge. Still I did the BB, using the link you gave in your list here ...
 
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I got it added the Button Jar BB to the list, and I added you (and I think all other Pollinators) as editors on the Textiles wiki, so you should be able to add links, too, if you like!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:I got it added the Button Jar BB to the list, and I added you (and I think all other Pollinators) as editors on the Textiles wiki, so you should be able to add links, too, if you like!


Then I can try it now ...
 
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Nicole ... I did try it, but now it doesn't look like it's supposed to look.
I mean the link to 'create a toolbox'.
Please can you repair what I did wrong?
And where can I find the explanation on how to do this in the right way?
 
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thank you Raven! (my e-mail said Raven was the one who changed the wiki)
 
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ops, I didn't know anyone else was working on the wiki today.  Not sure if I did something wrong or undid something so I'm going to back off and work on it later.  sorry to break the rythm.  
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