Some Links of Interest

Contact me here:
I'm on Facebook - and I often post my boat photos, updates, and builder's photos there.
Listen to my NPR interview -  ME!

Sources    [All of our plans and kits come with a list of materials and sources, of course.]

Fabric - Email George Dyson:
Here is George's list of fabric offerings, with descriptions: Material Notes
Mr Dyson is a noted author and modern Baidarka pioneer, and he
supplies fabric for SOF builders all over the world. Tell him I sent you and what you are building.
Sails -  Really Simple Sails  RSS carries supplies sails for my designs, and has great service and prices.
Duckworks Boat Builder's Supply -  Duckworks  All sorts of boating gear, hardware, fasteners, epoxy, sailcloth, et. Also with great service and prices.
Personal Favorites
Mik Storer designs well thought out plywood boats: Storer
Eric Friberg - a superb wooden boat builder on the West coast of the USA. Specializing in (but not limited to) traditionally constructed Scandinavian boats. Email him at:
Tom Yost is a prolific kayak designer and builder and his boats were where I got started in SOF.  Yostwerks
Sadly gone now, Philip C. Bolger was a designer with an uncommonly open mind. HERE and HERE
The late Thomas Firth Jones was a sailor, boatbuilder, designer, and an excellent author  JonesBoats

The Wooden Boat School, in Brooklin, Maine (USA). I formerly taught boat building and sailing classes there in the summers.  WBS
The Florida Maritime Museum, in Cortez, FL -  FMM  I taught boat building here, too. A nice little museum.
"Messing About in Boats."  Always a good read  MAIB
The Traditional Small Craft Association. TSCA
Great building info to be had, here:
The Kayak Builders Forum  KBF
The Greenland Kayak Forum  QUSA
The WoodenBoat Forum  WBF

Here's a link to Mike Bielski's article "It's a qajaq, part 2" (pp42) - an excellent overview of SOF skinning and coating options.