sailmaker


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a maker of sails

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UK Sailmakers NW will relocate their Anacortes service loft to 712 Coho Way, in the Marina Square building on Bellingham's waterfront later this month.
Charles "Butch" Ulmer, the President of UK-Halsey Sailmakers, is the second generation of Ulmers in the sail-making business.
She started working about 10 hours a week several years ago in the office of Squeteague Sailmakers in nearby Cataumet where Mrs.
The passion of each craftsman, from the caulker to the sailmaker (Nat Wilson, who also made sails for the Mayflower replica and the USS Constitution) is contagious.
Bryson derides Shakespeare for 'he is a sailmaker of Bergamo', that being a mountain city, but hemp was grown there to make canvas, and Bergamo was a major supplier of sails for the galleys of the Venetian republic.
When he returned to the US, he appointed three men (Coker in Baltimore; James Forten, a wealthy black sailmaker, in Philadelphia; and Rev.
A banner of the weight and opacity desired, capable of withstanding the wind without being torn from its ropes, turned out to be impossible to construct until someone remembered an old-fashioned sailmaker in the second story of a loft nearby.
Lam's other neighbors on Custom House Wharf were a billiard saloon, a sailmaker, four fish dealers, a truckman, and a combination tea store and meat market.
Take your hands out of your pocket, youngster, or I shall order the sailmaker to stitch them up.
The urethane hull is sewn to the composite fabric deck of the kayak; both hull and deck are cut and sewn according to patterns developed by a sailmaker and thoroughly tested for water-tightness.
Our sample of retailers includes 14 shipwrights, one sailmaker, 12 rope-makers, two riggers, and 23 carpenters, in addition to 27 mariners and five soldiers.