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is a place where you can not only
learn about new
crafts, but you can also try out the new crafts with the ideas and
instructions that are given to you. And if we can't provide the
instructions we will point you to other websites that can.
These traditional rural
crafts are not
just for the
fairer sex. We will also talk about ancient crafts that are slowly
loosing favor with the younger generation and which have been carried
out on homesteads for years, such as thatching and hedge layering. Both
of these traditional crafts have been carried out for thousands of
years in England. However, these sorts of crafts are slowly dying out,
including American crafts.
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and many other arts
which we will
write for you from time to time.
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For this wonderful informative site. I am so glad I discovered it and passing it on to family. Keep up the great information.
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I know the name spinster was what the unmarried aunt would be called in another era. Now many young people have taken up the craft so why not use an updated …
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It would be good for the others to have an article on spinning as well Dianna.
Ladies, sorry you missed the article on spinning.
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How can you knit without getting the wool from the sheep to the yarn bin? You even have a picture of a woman with her wheel but no content on this craft. …
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I am interested in learning how to make brooms. If there is anyone out there who has this knowledge I would be grateful if they could share the art of …
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Your website is great! Thanks to people like you, we won't forget that there is still amazing things out there that we can do without having to fall into …
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