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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Sally Taylor 
 Article Title :: Do It Yourself Gem and Artifact Hunting Tool
Hunting agates, arrowheads, and so on can be pretty strenuous work. There's a real handy tool that you can make at home that can take a lot of the work out of your hunt. It's easy to make and easy to carry. By using this tool, you can pry up, turn over, or pick up specimens without having to bend over each time you see something that looks worth examination. For lack of a name, I'll just call it a scoop. A scoop is simply what it sounds like - a long handle with a scoop on the end of it. It is an easy tool to construct. To make it you need an old broom stick, a large serving spoon, two or three sticks of JB Weld or other super strength adhesive, and duct tape. Cut the broom handle to   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Amber Lowery 
 Article Title :: Your Digital Photo Developing Options
These days, purchasing a dedicated digital photo printer for developing your digital photos may be a more costly and necessary route than selecting a reputable digital printing service. There are many services online that will print your digital photos. If you need results faster, almost every modern drugstore or photomat offers digital printing. Usually this is as simple as placing your digital cameras memory card in a machine and selecting which photos you want and any other options. Your images then print right before your eyes. Digital photo prints usually cost the same or even less than traditional prints, but the savings go even deeper. One of the biggest advantages digital photogra  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dr. Linda Posh MS SLP ND 
HEALTH BENEFITS of BLUEBERRIES: One of nature's most amazing and powerful anti-oxidants, blueberries offer a variety of health benefits, from to lowering cholesterol to building up urinary tract health, improving vision and much more. Researchers around the world are proving without a doubt the marked health benefits of this demure but powerful little fruit. The growing body of evidence suggests this delicious gift, part of Mother Nature's Bounty, could possibly stand as an effective disease fighter. Research conducted at the USDA center has found blueberries rank hands down number one in antioxidant activity. This is in comparison to 40 other fruits and vegetables. The role of antioxida  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jo Kefford 
 Article Title :: Understanding canvas work charts
Some canvas work designs are presented in chart form, that is, the position of each stitch in the design is recorded on graph paper. Graph paper is used for charting because it is structurally similar to canvas. The vertical and horizontal lines correspond to the canvas threads; the squares and intersections made by the crossing lines are like the holes and meshes of the canvas. Both come in several gauges, related to the number of sub-divisions (squares with graph paper, threads with canvas) to the inch. There are two ways to make use of these similarities, and each produces a different type of chart. Box Chart With a box chart, the squares on the graph paper represent the threads and  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jo kefford 
 Article Title :: History of Needlepoint
There are conflicting opinions as to the terms describing needlepoint. The differences may result from the fact that needlepoint has come down to us from various countries and in various stitches. Briefly, needlepoint is embroidery on canvas, the most common stitch is half of a cross-stitch, which is also called 'Tent stitch'. Needlepoint-tapestry is an often-used expression which shows the relation of needlepoint to the tapestry designs of the middle ages. This is especially true when the needlepoint is worked in an upright Gobelin stitch, which gives the effect of woven tapestry. This early work was done on a loosely-woven material like coarse linen. Later, canvases were made specific  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jo Kefford 
 Article Title :: Basic Preparations for Canvas Work
To begin canvas work, you must first prepare a piece of canvas large enough to receive the design. 'Large enough' means the finished size of the design plus a margin of at least 5cm along each edge. When you are working with an uncharted design, finish size equals the dimensions of the drawing you will follow. When a design is charted, finished size depends upon the number of canvas threads called for by the chart in relation to the threads per inch in the canvas. If the canvas is too narrow, lengths can be joined to get the necessary width. Make a pattern of the prepared canvas - it will be need when it is time to block the worked canvas. Placing the design on canvas - method 1 This de  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Travis Clemens 
 Article Title :: Things To Know About Fishing Charter
Recreation is an essential factor in the life of every human being. The anglers or the fishermen represent the largest single group of recreational seekers, and have a decided advantage over the other groups who utilize nature's creatures and elements for recreation or food. The popularity of fishing in many areas has been largely based upon the angling pressure, which is far beyond the normal capacity of the streams and lakes. There are species of fish for every type of angler and each one may choose the species of fish or the method of fishing that has the greatest personal appeal or attraction. It is for this reason that many people are enticed to spend their vacation in a fishing act  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Travis Clemens 
 Article Title :: Tips On Buying Fishing Boats
Selecting and acquiring the ideal fishing boat is a real art for someone who has already gone through many experiences as far as boating is concerned. However, it can be a daunting task to those who have not yet experienced buying a fishing boat. To make the activity easier for the first timers, here is a list of tips that they can use when choosing an ideal fishing boat. 1. It is important to consider the purpose of the fishing boat. Buying a fishing boat has only one purpose: to be used in fishing. However, before choosing the perfect fishing boat, it is important to consider also the other purposes. First, the place where the fishing boat will be used should be taken into account. Wi  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Travis Clemens 
 Article Title :: What Is Fishing Bait?
There is such an assortment of bait that it is difficult to recommend any particular color, size, or type as the best. There are more than a thousand good baits on the market. All will catch fish at some time or another. Fishing baits usually weigh from ¼ to an ounce to three ounces. The most popular weight preferred by the majority of bait casters is the 5/8-ounce bait, while the average is between ½ and 3 quarters of an ounce. Baits can either be used as a whole or cut into chunks. Anglers can also use dead or live baits. The Different Types of Bait There is a wide array of organisms being used as fishing baits. Among the different types used in fishing, the commonly used are the sm  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Travis Clemens 
 Article Title :: The Recreational Value Of Fishing
Many people consider that fish are only a medium of survival, or to some extent a food supply; yet there is another angle that is little known. The manufacturing industry utilizes more than two billion pounds of fish and fish by-products every year. This is slightly more than is used for food. What most people do not know is that fishing continues to provide recreational activity of making it one of the most preferred hobbies. In fact, fishing as a hobby is continuously growing and that is why the estimated number of people who acquire fishing licenses each year is more than 12 million. Moreover, surveys show that for every dollar spent for a fishing license, there are sixteen dollars s  (read full article)
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