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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Sawyer Theron 
 Article Title :: So You Want to Learn to Knit?
So have you caught the knitting bug? Have you learned the basic stitches and are now wondering what to do? With a little practice and tips from experienced knitters, you can be creating awesome creations in no time. Once you learn three basic techniques you will find that there are numerous projects you can learn to knit. The three basic foundations of knitting are casting on, the knit stitch and the purl stitch. Once you master these three techniques you can begin to add more advanced knitting skills. You can learn the basic stitches from other knitters, online or from a book. You can truly only become a functional knitter from practicing as much as possible.   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Sage Kalmus 
 Article Title :: Doyles Room Spokesman Wins Cardplayer Magazine Lifetime Achievement Award
He's been called the Godfather of Poker. He's the Texas Dolly. He's won more tournaments than this writer has years to his name. He's written the seminal book on Texas Hold'em strategy. He's the spokesman of Doyles Room, one of the internet's most popular online poker rooms. His name is Doyle Brunson. And as of February 15, 2006, he's got another claim to fame. Doyle Brunson, spokesman of Doyles Room online poker room, has just been named Card Player Magazine's first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards were presented as part of Card Player Magazine's Player of the Year Awards at Old Hollywood's Henry Fonda Music Box Theater. Bodog produced the event, which   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Keith Scott 
 Article Title :: Do I have to Buy the Best Quality Coins to Make Money?
Buy quality! Buy quality! Buy quality! That's all you hears these days when you are considering rare coins as an investment. First, are you really buying coins as an investment, or merely for the pleasure of owning a piece of history? That is sometimes the real dilemma for many collectors, or is it investors? Everybody wants to make sure that their investment is protected, but there are no guarantees, especially in rare coins. In fact, some rare coins take years to appreciate to the point of being able to sell it profitably. Hey, I would love to be able to plunk down $100,000 for a 1919-s Standing Liberty Quarter in MS67 condition certified by PCGS. There is only one coin with   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Keith Scott 
 Article Title :: The Lincoln Cent – Part I – The Beginning
Incredibly, from 1909 through 2004, over 400 billion pennies have been minted. Yes, that is over four hundred billion, as in billion with a "B". That is roughly 1400 pennies per each US Citizen. If you have a jar, can, piggy bank, no doubt you have your share. More cents are produced than any other denomination. The lifespan of the Lincoln cent has spanned two world wars, several other wars, the first commercial jet flight, trips to the moon, Y2K and the invention of nearly everything we use today and take for granted. Yes, that little penny has been around for nearly 100 years and has seen a few changes such as changes in its design and changes in the metal content. How did th  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Keith Scott 
 Article Title :: The Lincoln Cent – Part 2 – Controversy
On August 2nd, 1909 the new cent was released to the public. This was the first ever U.S. coin that would be released that would contain a real person on the picture. As such, there was much controversy as some people felt that putting a real person on a coin was too similar to the European monarchies. Others felt that a man of Lincoln's importance belonged on a hire denomination coin than a penny. Mint employees were upset that a coin was designed by a mint outsider. With all the controversy, the demand for the new penny only grew. On official release day, people stood in lines to get their first new penny and in many places the coins had to be rationed. The entire supply  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Keith Scott 
 Article Title :: The Lincoln Cent – Part 3 – The Many Changes
No real changes occurred in the cent from 1918 through 1942. In 1943, the cent would again see a dramatic change although not to its design, but rather due to shortages of copper caused by the war. At the time of World War II, the one-cent coin was composed of 95 percent copper and 5 percent zinc. These metals were denied to the Mint for the duration of the war, making it necessary for the Mint to seek a substitute material. After much deliberation, even including consideration of plastics, zinc-coated steel was chosen as the best in a limited range of suitable materials. Production of the war-time cent was provided for in an Act of Congress approved on December 18, 1942, which   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Keith Scott 
 Article Title :: The Lincoln Cent – Part IV – Upcoming Changes
To review our last segment, the Lincoln Cent has undergone many changes. From the VDB initials controversy, composition changes and reverse changes nearly 50 years ago (from Wheat to Memorial). The versatile cent has seen its share of changes. So what does the future hold for the Lincoln cent? Legislation was recently passed authorized a plethora of coin changes. One of those changes included the cent. The Lincoln cent Title III to the Presidential Dollar Coin Act calls for the elimination of the Lincoln Memorial reverse to be replaced with four different designs depicting the life of Lincoln. In the text of the law the new reverses are referred to as “(A) his birth and early   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Doug Smith - 
 Article Title :: How To Find Hidden Money In Your Hobby
What Is A Hobby? Ask 10 different people what a hobby is, and you will no doubt get 10 different answers. It is also possible that all 10 answers are correct! Several factual sources were consulted to define a hobby. Links to dozens of free and informative hobby sites appear at the conclusion of this article. The library dictionary defines a hobby as "a pursuit outside one's regular occupation engaged in for relaxation." An online dictionary calls it "an auxiliary activity (synonyms: avocation, by-line, sideline, spare-time activity)." A popular online encyclopedia gives this definition: "a spare-time recreational pursuit."  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Vigdis S. Aas 
 Article Title :: Antique firearms (1)
By Vigdis S. Aas Antique firearms can be found in the online auctions. If you are searching to add to your collections, you can find the firearms of days gone by in the auctions online. There are many online auctions, such as ebay, or the reverse auctions, but they are all going to lead you to the same place, to where others are selling firearms that are antique. Antique firearms are the types that are over fifty years old. Sometimes a firearm that is about forty years old is also considered an antique firearm, but it depends on the name brand and the type of gun that it is. Meaning some companies have long since gone out of business, while other type of guns were   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Vigdis S. Aas 
 Article Title :: Antique Firearms (2)
By Vigdis S. Aas How are you going to store your antique firearms? If you are looking to store your antique firearms, you want to be sure that they are stored somewhere safe, dry, cool, and where someone or some children are not going to find them. Store your antique firearms in a location where they will be kept dry and cool. This is important because the finish on many types of guns can become pitted and rusty if you don’t care for them properly. In caring for your guns properly you don’t want to touch them too often, because that can leave excessive oils from your hands on the gun. Dry can cool is important so that the metal doesn’t rust, so the wood doesn  (read full article)
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