I knew once a Scotch sailmaker
who was certain, dead sure, there were people in Mars.
* Lowell North, a pioneering sailmaker
who won an Olympic gold medal and four world championships in the venerable Star Class, has died.
The chief mate and a sailmaker
heard screams and ran to the cabin, managing to disarm Arthur and then capturing him as he tried to jump overboard.
The Riverside Museum Sailmaker
visit S4 English pupils recently enjoyed a trip to the Riverside Museum in Glasgow where they participated in an interactive guided tour of the museum to improve their understanding of the Scottish play Sailmaker
, by Alan Spence, which they are studying as part of their National 5 English course.
His parents were Samuel James, who worked as a sailmaker
, and Mary Ann.
George Ewart George, 32, a sailmaker
from Wales, was jailed for four months on November 3, 1903 for theft.
"In college, I worked for a sailmaker
in Santa Barbara." After relocating to Salida to work as a raft guide, Jackson took her experience to another level when she "bought a bolt of material and started making jackets." She's sewn heavy-duty jackets for employees of Monarch Mountain near Salida and Leadville's Ski Cooper and now buys leftover performance fabric from Patagonia and Arc'teryx to make a wide range of outerwear, about half of it custom.
may present a quote for a boom at the time of replacement mainsail as an up-sell," says Rick Hackett, Leisurefurl dealer and Managing Director of KZ Marine Group.
"The company have reacted to customer needs and tailored their specifications accordingly by including items that were previously extras." Commended - Miller Homes Best Partnership in Affordable Housing Delivery, sponsored by Forster Roofing Winner - Rettie &Co, Cruden Group, Hillcrest Housing Association, City of Edinburgh Council, Scottish Futures Trust for Sailmaker
I used a sailmaker
's needle and Indian ink and there were no complications, done at [age] 43.
The restored yacht Bernida, winner of the inaugural Bayview-Mackinac race in 1925 and the Shore Course (Division II) in last summer's race, was recently donated by its owner/skipper, Detroit-area sailmaker
Al Declercq, to South Haven's Michigan Maritime Museum.
In addition to a forty-foot by forty-foot tent situated near the western end of the park, a dozen or so small shelters dotted the landscape, each housing a practitioner of a historically accurate trade, including a cooper, coppersmith, swordmaster, sailmaker
, cobbler, lumberjack, leather worker, woodturner, potter, games master, and two blacksmiths.