I have one of those little microwave glass kilns. Every time I make something, the edges are very sharp. Does it do the same thing in an electric kiln? The stuff I've seen made in those seems to be smoother.
I made cake pops today, and was unsatisfied about how thick the Wilton candy melts I used were. They made it hard to get a coating thin enough that the cake wasn't overpowered by the (admittedly kinda crappy) candy shell. Is there a different kind of candy melt that works better? Can I add oil or something and have it still harden? I like cake pops, but it was harder than I wanted to make.
My sewing machine is eating T-shirts! When I try to run them through, they get caught in the bottom part and the machine makes a terrible noise! I know you are supposed to use a special needle for knits, could this be the problem? Or is my sewing machine just jacked up? It sews woven fabric just fine, and I tried re-threading.