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First sewn headcovering

Started by Mackenzie. Last reply by Patrice Wassmann 7th month 19, 2014. 6 Replies

Based on Shepherd's Hill Homestead's tutorial, I've sewn my first covering (as opposed to the…Continue

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Jewel Apron

Started by Zaley Warkentin. Last reply by Zaley Warkentin 6th month 5, 2014. 7 Replies

Hey guys! Recently tried my hand at the Jewel Apron from King's Daughters, here's the results. Used an extremely cheap cotton ($2/m), but I think it turned out well. Pattern is very easy to work with…Continue

Leather field bag from re-purposed leather and wool.

Started by Keith Saylor. Last reply by Keith Saylor 2nd month 13, 2014. 2 Replies

I just completed this field bag using the old leather from a sofa I re-upholstered. The lining is wool from a full length women's coat. Being an amature lichenologist and bird watcher focusing on the…Continue

Tote bag from re-purposed and re-cycled materials

Started by Keith Saylor. Last reply by Keith Saylor 2nd month 11, 2014. 5 Replies

Hello Everyone, I enjoy making totes, purses, and bags from left-over materials from re-upholstery projects and re-re-purposed items at re-sale shops. This is a project I completed yesterday. …Continue

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