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Real Men Make Their Own Viking Beer Mugs—Without Using Power Tools (Now You Can Too) « Beer. Man + Beer = Happy.

Real Men Make Their Own Viking Beer Mugs—Without Using Power Tools (Now You Can Too) « Beer

Some say that's the formula to a pretty blissful life, but it's not just the beer you're drinking—it's about what you're drinking it in. Drinking out of the bottle or pint glass is perfectly fine for the average person, but if you want to be above average and a little creative, then making a giant Viking Beer Mug needs to be on your to-do list.

Lucky for us, Instructables user Bricobart laid out all the steps for us, and in the most manly way possible—without any power tools. Image via instructables.com All you really need is a hatchet, knife, yard, wood, and some resin. Hanging Cradle DIY Fabric Sewing Pattern with by TutorialGirl. Fabric Hanging Cradle Tutorial in a style of TutorialGirl, computerized pattern pieces with easy to read photo instructions.

Hanging Cradle DIY Fabric Sewing Pattern with by TutorialGirl

TOTALY NEW: on my blog you could see the VIDEO of making this; ) yey...... For Hanging Cradle eeverything is simple with a little wood work, and all you need to have from tools (for woodworking) is a handsaw; so simple this is. Everything else is made with a sewing machine, easy peasy and fun project, as always in a TutorialGirl Shop. Old Wharf Dory Co: Fishing, Work and Pleasure Skiffs and Boats. I have been building and repairing boats in Wellfleet, MA, Cape Cod since 1977.

Old Wharf Dory Co: Fishing, Work and Pleasure Skiffs and Boats

I have built slightly more than 100 boats, and repaired many more. The Lumber Yard Skiffs are a pair of small work skiffs that I designed in 1993. The design is inspired by the classic skiffs of Ray Brockway, whose boats were known on the New England Coast from Old Saybrook, CT to Provincetown, MA. Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion: Florentine gown. The Shoes.

Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion: Florentine gown

Pattern Drafting In a new page on my Florentine gent's diary, I've written up some of my ideas about shoes, some of which I'll reiterate and add to here.

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