I love this betty hoop tableware from the Best Show, and I’ve tried to recreate it in my own shop.
Bottega Veneta’s betty hoops are a little larger than a typical table, but the overall look and feel are very similar to the Bottega tableware.
The table is made out of a single piece of fabric, but it has a single row of holes on the side for storage, so you can easily store a few plates or glasses or other objects in there.
There are no handles, but you can stack it in a few ways.
You can use the two sides to stack a few tables, or just slide it onto the floor.
I like the idea of hanging it over a wall, so I use a hanging hook and hook straps to hang it from a pole.
BOTTLEHOLE TRICKS Bottegas bets come with three tricks to help you find the best betty tips: the “pump” method: You use a piece of cotton to roll up the sides of the hoop to create a reservoir.
The hoop can be pushed down a small slot or two, then you fill it with water, then slide the tip of the ball into the reservoir.
This trick is great if you want to keep a few extra plates or glassware around in case the water runs low, or you have to clean the table.
You’ll also need to cover the tip with a bit of rubber, then fill the reservoir with more water.
You’re also welcome to roll the hoop back and forth on the table for a couple of minutes to get the hang of it, and you can keep it topped with a piece from the reservoir and use the rubber to hold the tip in place.
To do the “batten” method, you simply use a plastic bag, then a small piece of rubber is pulled up over the rim of the bag and over the hoop.
You insert the rubber into the hoop and then fold it under and down to keep the rubber attached.
When the rubber is attached, the rubber should roll back and over with the tip to the point where the ball is in the reservoir, and the rubber tip should be covered in water.
You can use a few different sizes of rubber for the reservoir to fit different sized objects, and a plastic cup to make sure the rubber keeps its shape when the tip is wet.
After the rubber tips are dry, you can roll the ball around in the basin until it hits the bottom of the bowl.
You want the tip over the water, so the ball can drain completely, and then roll the bowl back and forward until it lands on the tip.
This trick works well for smaller objects.
You may want to use a small plastic cup instead of a plastic bowl to help the ball drain out of the reservoir more quickly, and to prevent the rubber from coming in contact with the rim or other surfaces.
A few other tricks you can try are: using the handle of the tip, using a small wooden dowel to roll over the side of the basket, or using a rubber hanger.
Once the ball has been rolled, you’ll want to make it as clear as possible to the audience with a small dab of water.
The trick is to make a line with a dab of the water and a few dots of the rubber on the rim, and make sure it is as clear for the audience as possible.
Then, after the ball hits the top of the basin, you use the ball as a decorative prop, with a decorative “bounce” and a little bit of water over it.
I like to keep this hoop set up like this for as long as I can, and have the hoop sit on the counter top for a few minutes to dry completely.
I also like to put a towel around the rim to help hold the ball in place, and it also helps keep the water level down in the water reservoir.
DIP TIP: If you’re going to be doing this for a long time, make sure to keep some water in the pot, and that you have plenty of paper towels or towels from your favorite dry cleaner nearby to wipe the rubber.
For an even better betty look, I put a rubber tarp on the hoop, but that would take up a lot of space and wouldn’t work for this type of hoop.