History of The Amish Quilts, Part 1
The Amish people can be understood better just by the origin of their Amish quilts. The Old Order Amish Community shun the modern society way of life for a much slower paced quiet peaceful life. They live off the land with very little or no help from the outside world. That means no electricity, no telephones in their homes, no automobiles or anything with rubber wheels, no inside plumbing and no art, or pictures.Beekeeping for Beginners: Where to Find More Information
One of the hardest things is starting beekeeping or any hobby is finding good relevant information. Often the information is not relevant or targeted or hard to find. This article points you to a number of sources where you can find good sources of great information on beekeeping.Choosing Fabric for Your Baby Quilt Binding
Binding the baby quilt is the last and final opportunity to make your statement on your quilt. Take a good look at the fabrics that you have chosen for your quilt. Did you make one that is so soft and cuddly that is whispers lullabies, or have you created one that has those loud sounds vibrating that requires your binding to shout back at you?Secrets Of The Amazing Silicone Mould Putty
This article is the first one of what I plan to be a series to take you from using silicone moulding for small fun projects to being able to become so skilled that you can potentially earn a living using the skills you have learnt here. I am going to start by telling you about the easiest way to make moulds, which is to use silicone mould putty. In this article, you will get an overview of what this product is, and how to use it. However, first I am going to explain why it is best to start with silicone putty rather than another moulding material.Bee Keeping
Starting Bee keeping, is it for you? This article outlines the things you need to think about when starting beekeeping. It asks you 5 important questions you need to answer to yourself before starting on this exciting hobby.