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The Viking Answer Lady Webpage Free Jewelry eBooks Tutorial This tutorial is supposed to teach you how to make Kumihimo friendship bracelets. String You will need strings in different colors. You can use almost all kinds of string, but I prefer to use a little bit thicker string than in ordinary friendship bracelets. Kumihimo disk You will also need a Kumihimo disk. 1. 2. 3. In this section I will show how to make a simple spiral kumihimo bracelet. Setup strings For this bracelet, you will need four blue strings and four orange strings (you can of course use any other color). The second step is to mount the strings onto your kumihimo disc. Each pair of strings will form something we will call a group. Tying the bracelet We are now about to tie the bracelet. 1. 2. 3. You have now done the three basic moves: right string down, left string up, turn disc. 4. 5. 6. Continue in the same way and the bracelet will grow, inch by inch, out of the hole on the back side of the disc. All patterns do not have four groups with two strings in each. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2.
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Viking Ships Viking Ships Two different classes of Viking era ships were found: warships called langskip (left) and merchant ships called knörr (right). Typically, a warship is narrower, longer, and shallower than a knörr, and is powered by oars, supplanted by sail. The warship is completely open and is built for speed and maneuverability. In contrast, a knörr is partially enclosed and powered primarily by sail. Cargo carrying capability is the primary concern. The single square rigged sail allowed sailing close to the wind. The Helge Ask is a modern replica of the smaller of the two Skuldelev warships. Another clue to the speed capabilities of these ships comes from linguistic studies. During the normal rowing, using fast, short strokes, we aimed for 40 minute shifts at the oars, but some shifts were longer. The sagas tell of battles involving large numbers of ships. Recently, the accuracy of the descriptions of sea battles in the sagas has been called into question.
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The coracle, an ancient little boat The Coracle - a one person boat with an ancient lineage. Coracles (from the Welsh "cwrwgl") have a history dating back thousands of years. The coracle was originally covered with animal skins and in some countries they are still made this way. The Greenwood Trust of Coalbrookdale, Telford in Shropshire, is a charity devoted to education and training in the old country arts. Thanks to Terry Kenny, coracle maker, of Newport, Shropshire for the photographs. Peter Badge, chairman of the Coracle Society, has kindly contributed an historical note: Coracles have been in use in the British Isles from pre-Roman times. Coracles are to be found, not only in the British Isles and Ireland, but can be seen in India, Vietnam and Tibet. Coracles have not been seen in Scotland for 150 years but they were in use in Ireland until the late 1940's. Coracles are distinguished from other river craft by their weight, construction and propulsion. Data Wales Index Page
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