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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Duxbury 
 Article Title :: 4 things frustrated Dog Owners should know!
You've probably had a day or two when you felt like your dog just wasn't paying any attention to you at all, right? You talked, you yelled, you shouted, maybe you jumped up and down and waved your arms, but she just wasn't interested in anything you had to say to her in any tone of voice. You're not alone. Your dog isn't human. Unless you believe in pet psychics, there's really no way for you to read your pooch's mind and figure out exactly what she's thinking. The good news is that, like many dog owners, the problems you're having can probably be traced to one simple thing: you're trying to communicate with your dog from a human standpoint, and your dog isn't a human. Sure, you know tha  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 Article Title :: Variety is the Spice of Life
"Variety is the Spice of Life." This is one of my favorite quotes, and how true it is. Is life not much better when it is filled with a "variety" of the things we like? Of course it is. It is inevitable that some things in your life will go wrong, so it is nice to have other things that you still enjoy to fall back on. Like investing, they always say, "Do not put all of your eggs in one basket." The same goes for our personal lives. The way to be happy is to fill our lives with a "variety" of things that make us happy. If you have a variety of things that make you happy, this decreases the risk of becoming unhappy if just a few things go wrong. So, do not risk your happiness by not broadeni  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 Article Title :: Favorite Hobbies - Camping
One very popular hobby for many people is camping. I have gone camping many times throughout my life, in rain or snow, desert or forest. I have also camped on the banks of rivers, in snow caves, and in cabins. No matter where you go camping, your camping necessities may change a little, but the basics remain the same. You will need to stay warm. You will need shelter. You will need food to eat and a means to cook it. The only places I have gone camping are in Utah, but there is such diversity in Utah's climate and landscape, that I experienced a variety of different camping experiences. A camping hobby is great in Utah and other outdoor states. As I boy scout, I used to go on the Klondike  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 Article Title :: Favorite Hobbies - Yard Games
Yard games are a popular and simple hobby. Once you have a yard game, you can play it all you want for free, anywhere, anytime. You can go to the park with friends to play or just play in your backyard. There is no limit to a yard game hobby. Most yard games are simple and you can play them with your family, even children or with your friends. They can be a fun activity for everyone. I have often played yard games as a hobby and even began selling them online. I manage the website for PlayCroquet.com, which is owned by Yard Game Central. At PlayCroquet and Yard Game Central, a variety of common and obscure yard games are sold from around the world. The games include, croquet, kubb, bocce   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 Article Title :: Favorite Hobbies - River Rafting
One of my favorite hobbies is river rafting. I have always lived near a river or creek, and since I was a kid I loved to go tubing or rafting down the river. I think every kid loves to go tubing or rafting. I have gone many times, nearly every summer of my life. Usually I would just go on tubes. We could find tubes at a random tire repair shop. Often they just had inner tubes for sale that many of the kids in town would just go buy to go tubing. The creek was fine to tube on as a kid. It is not very large or fast, but felt like it was when I was younger. Now the creek by my house is kind of boring to tube, but there are bigger rivers around to raft and tube on also. One river rafting trip  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Debra Fernandez 
 Article Title :: The legacy of samplers - the art of embroidery
All throughout history, both ancient and that which is being made today, man has had the desire to express himself and record history by using decorative stitching. This desire is only too evident when you study the art of embroidery and more particularly the history of the sampler. The word sampler is derived from a Latin word, saumpler, which means to model, pattern, copy or imitate. While samplers of today are often associated with recording a historical event such as a wedding or birth by applying beautiful, intricate stitching to canvas, their original use was much more practical than sentimental. The sampler finds its beginnings in an ancient time before printed books and embroider  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Natalie Goyette 
 Article Title :: Craft Show Items - Patents and Trademarks
These are similar to, but not exactly like a copyright. In fact, a patent and trademark are a far more in-depth than a simple copyright on your craft show items. "A patent for an invention is the grant of a property right to the inventor, issued by the Patent and Trademark Office. The term of a new patent is 20 years from the date on which the application for the patent was filed in the United States or, in special cases, from the date an earlier related application was filed, subject to the payment of maintenance fees. US patent grants are effective only within the US, US territories, and US possessions. The right conferred by the patent grant is, in the language of the statute and of t  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: VMT Singuillo 
 Article Title :: American Indian Collectibles
The American Indians, also called as the Native American Indians, are the original people of North America. Today, their presence in America has been highly popularized by some of the western movies made in Hollywood. However, many people have also become passionate of the culture and lifestyle of the American Indians. They do have their own skills, arts, and crafts that only belong to them which now-a-days may also be immitated by other copy cats. Their products are highly treasured as collectibles not just in North America, but even by art collectors in Europe and in other countries, pay for them at a very high price. Among the cultural products of the American Indians are the following  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rose Lenk 
 Article Title :: Add dimension and personality to your embroidery
One of the best ways that you can personalize your embroidery and make it stand out among others is to add dimension to your technique. Dimension in embroidery brings your piece to life and adds style, personality, and a 3-D quality that is uniquely your own. And contrary to what you may think, adding dimension does not require intricate and complicated stitching such as stumpwork or other techniques used in dimensional embroidery. If you can embroider, you can add dimension to your work with just a few simple techniques. Here's how: Use different thread weights. Using multiple weights of thread will give your embroidered piece dimension and depth that cannot be achieved with patterns  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Tony Luck 
 Article Title :: The Origins of Coats of Arms
The date and manner of the origin of coats of arms, often called family crests, has been a matter of much speculation. There is no evidence of coats of arms being present at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, nor were family crests apparent by the beginning of the twelfth century. However, in the 13th century, coats of arms were used throughout Europe and the whole 'science' of heraldry - its rules and terms - had been established. During this time the Crusades undoubtedly helped spread the use of coats of arms. Various suggestions have been put forward regarding the origin of coats of arms, for example: shields, banners, tabards and possibly the use of seals. Probably, once a design had been  (read full article)
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