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TITLE: A Beginner’s Guide: Crafting an Outer Banks Classic Ship-in-Bottle explores three key ‘educational’ objectives as set forth in its title construction: ‘A BEGINNER’S GUIDE’ – First, this book is designed specifically to be a ‘beginner’s primer’ to a heritage craft. It is intended to introduce novice crafters, (young and old) to an inexpensive, enjoyable, and highly rewarding hobby that offers an ‘active’ alternative to sedentary hours of computer based social banter. It provides an excellent resource for civic organizations (Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts/Senior Citizens/Disabled American Heroes) seeking to adopt a heritage craft as a healthy and productive way to embrace our history, encourage learning, and promote member creativity. ‘OUTR BANKS CLASSIC’ - Foremost, (by way of its Outer Banks IQ challenge quiz, and Project Gallery historical ship summaries), this book introduces a reader to the unique nautical lore of the Outer Banks. It focuses on two important Outer Banks aspects: Ship Building and Ship Wrecks, (all done under glass). Given its rich maritime history, a book that deals with historic ships, their builders, their captains, and shipwrecks in the Graveyard of the Atlantic along the North Carolina Coast becomes very much a part of the Outer Banks experience. ‘SHIP-IN-BOTTLE’ - Finally and most importantly, it strives to take the mystery out of the maritime craft of ship-in-bottle building by providing detailed step by step procedures, and a sequential process pictorial to guide a reader to success. When all goes as planned, a reader will produce a ship-in-bottle of a classic Skipjack, a handmade memory of the Outer Banks.
bound: 80 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (March 19, 2017)
isbn: 1544608241, 978-1544608242,
weight: 8.3 ounces (