Set your Home PageAdd to the Favorites List


  Outdoor Activities
Earth :
   - Skateboarding
   - Cricket
   - Bowling
   - Golf
   - Baseball
Water :
   - Boats and Yachts
   - Diving
   - Water Skiing
   - Windsurfing
   - Canoeing & Kayaking
Air :
   - Kiting
   - Parachuting
   - Paragliding
   - Base Jumping
   - Bangee Jumping
Mountains :
   - Snowboarding
   - Mountaineering
   - Rafting
   - Biking
Spirit :
   - Collectors, collections
  Creative Hobbies
  Unusual hobbies
  Guest book
  Share your experience!
Mail system 15Mb!
Free Hosting
Game server

Main \\
  Creative Hobbies

Glass blowing secrets
Handmade quilts

Glass Making is one of mankind"s oldest trades. Although man has utilised glass for more than 3,500 years, however, it is only in the last 100 years that he has been able to make use of its amazing versatility. In fact, it was as late as 1903 that glass bottle automation was invented and 1916 before a machine for flat-drawing window glass was devised.


In olden days women did not make quilts for pleasure, they made them out of neccessity. Quilts that originally began as being servicable later ended up being works of art that were dutifully passed down from generation to generation, a sense of pride following each quilt.



Origami, the Japanese name for the art of paper folding, comes from the Japanese verb oru (to fold) and the noun kami (paper). The word "origami" is now commonly used around the world. A finished origami figure is called a model, the method for folding a model is called a design, and drawn instructions for a model is called a set of diagrams.

   -  What is origami?