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Brit Morin, known in some circles as "Silicon Valley's Martha Stewart," is ready to get crafty. "Today we are going to show you how to DIY your own 'catch and toss' game using nothing but an embroidery hoop, some Velcro One-Wrap tape, and of course a tennis ball," she tells her viewers with her characteristic zeal. A YouTube video shows Morin cutting strips of the fabric fasteners, then sizing and attaching them to the embroidery hoop. A glue gun is involved. The nearly two-minute episode wraps as the words "Catch and Toss Using Velcro Brand Fasteners" flash onto the screen.
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