• Is it weird for a teen to know how to knit or crochet?

    Best answer: It's a little odd, but you're at an age when you're supposed to be exploring and learning and developing interests and hobbies. Other teens may have equally odd hobbies - I had friends in high school who did cross-stitch and embroidery, for example. Some of your peers will likely catch up to you in... show more
    Best answer: It's a little odd, but you're at an age when you're supposed to be exploring and learning and developing interests and hobbies. Other teens may have equally odd hobbies - I had friends in high school who did cross-stitch and embroidery, for example. Some of your peers will likely catch up to you in time. For now, just enjoy your pastime.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are some hobbies I can do to keep occupied?

    Best answer: PlayStation 4
    Best answer: PlayStation 4
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • What the hell is hobby lobby?

    Is it some sorta new fangled hangout for young hippies or something?
    Is it some sorta new fangled hangout for young hippies or something?
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • As a child what excited you?

    Best answer: Mac & Cheese and Legos
    Best answer: Mac & Cheese and Legos
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Heads or Tails?

    Need to make a decision don’t have a coin.
    Need to make a decision don’t have a coin.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is your hobby?

    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I have inherited a "Thaler" German silver coin.[1780]. What is it worth today..?

    I have inherited a "Thaler" German silver coin.[1780]. What is it worth today..?

    Best answer: It varies wildly, so it really depends on more information.
    THere were a LOT of different Thaler coins from 1780, so of which are worth over $1000, some of which are worth only around $15.
    Can you post pictures?
    Best answer: It varies wildly, so it really depends on more information.
    THere were a LOT of different Thaler coins from 1780, so of which are worth over $1000, some of which are worth only around $15.
    Can you post pictures?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do you make block letters with craft paper?

    Best answer: You can go to any craft store. They have papier-mâché 3-D letters and flat chip board letter and flat wooden letters. They have cardstock and pattern paper. You can use white glue or modge podge to adhere the paper.
    Best answer: You can go to any craft store. They have papier-mâché 3-D letters and flat chip board letter and flat wooden letters. They have cardstock and pattern paper. You can use white glue or modge podge to adhere the paper.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I know what a stamp collection could be worth?

    Best answer: I don't have good news for you. The chances of you having one or two rare and valuable stamps is tiny. And the market for stamp collecting is tiny compared to what it was in the 1930s to 1960s. The primary driver of collector interest in the US was, believe it or not, President Franklin D Roosevelt, the most... show more
    Best answer: I don't have good news for you. The chances of you having one or two rare and valuable stamps is tiny. And the market for stamp collecting is tiny compared to what it was in the 1930s to 1960s.

    The primary driver of collector interest in the US was, believe it or not, President Franklin D Roosevelt, the most famous stamp collector in the world. Hundreds of thousands of Americans saved the stamps they got, and his fame led to the hobby spreading to other countries. Stamps were printed in the hundreds of thousands to the millions, even as far back as the late 1800s. Don't forget, written communication was THE primary method of communication. Everybody wrote letters and everybody used postage stamps, everywhere in the world.

    If you flip through the pages of your books, you will notice that the plainness of stamps, which generally carried portraits of heads of state or national symbols of issuing countries, began to give way starting in the 1930s to 'commemorative' issues that cover3ed a whole variet of subjects. This was totally the result of increased interest in stamp collecting. Issuing governments saw it as way to generate revenue. What better way to raise money than to sell a very profitable product that will never be used for its intended purpose?

    Consequently, many thousands to millions of stamps from many, many countries, going back to before 1900, are still around, and worth very little.

    Now, you might have some good ones. If you don't know anything about how to research value, involving judging condition grade and how to spot the numerous varieties and different printing dates for what look like identical stamps, it will take you a year to learn by reading and looking up your stamps every day.

    The best online price guide there is is eBay.

    Locally, what you will find if you take the collection to shops is that you will be given a dealer's 'buy' price, not an appraisal of actual value. If you WANT an appraisal of actual value, you can get one, but you will pay for it - by the hour. It is rarely worth the cost, because you rarely have anything rare.

    So, find as many local REPUTABLE dealers in your area as you can find, and take the best price you are offered. Do not expect a lot of money. The collector market has been on the decline for years. The corner blocks of four stamps with the block numbers, that I was buying from around 1968 to 1971 (these were 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 cent stamps, X 4 per block, which ate up a good chunk of a 13-16 year old's allowance) for every single new US stamp that was issued, was money I wasted. I should have used them as postage. Today, people are finding out that those unused stamps that their grandparents had aren't good for much EXCEPT as postage. Not everything, of course, but much of it, there was just TOO much of it printed.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Knit or crochet twin size blanket?

    Best answer: Some people find knitting easier and some find crochet easier. Buy a ball of pale coloured, smooth, medium thickness yarn. Dark colours and fancy yarn make it hard to see the stitches for a beginner. The pape rband on the yarn tells you the size of needle/hook to use for that yarn. Google "how to knit"... show more
    Best answer: Some people find knitting easier and some find crochet easier. Buy a ball of pale coloured, smooth, medium thickness yarn. Dark colours and fancy yarn make it hard to see the stitches for a beginner. The pape rband on the yarn tells you the size of needle/hook to use for that yarn. Google "how to knit" and "how to crochet" and see which you prefer. The yarn can be unravelled and reused to practice both crafts.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where can I buy a hot glue gun?

    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your hobby?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hobbies for someone who doesn't go out much ?

    what are hobbies i can do that doesn't really require me to go out or pay a lot of money to do ?
    what are hobbies i can do that doesn't really require me to go out or pay a lot of money to do ?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where can I find hot glue sticks online?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Recommended factory in Asia for hoodie manufacturing reviews? Screen printing and embroidery.?

    Best answer: I have used a few factories and manufacturers in Asia for cutting and stitching my hoodies and have had good and bad results. I prefer using factories in Thailand for fabric quality and neat stitching. I was manufacturing hoodies and screen printing them in the USA but realised its cheaper to screen print and... show more
    Best answer: I have used a few factories and manufacturers in Asia for cutting and stitching my hoodies and have had good and bad results. I prefer using factories in Thailand for fabric quality and neat stitching. I was manufacturing hoodies and screen printing them in the USA but realised its cheaper to screen print and embroider in Thailand and the quality is just as good if not better.

    My recommendation would be Sugini factory in Thailand. I have used this factory for a number of years. The quality standards are always met and they are never late with production.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Craft patterns?

    Best answer: At Google you can find that and print it.
    Best answer: At Google you can find that and print it.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago