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Busy, busy, busy

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I've been lucky to have lots of work to do this summer.  A lot of it is routine stuff I don't regularly post but I figured I'd make an exception this month and lump them all into one post.  In addition to other posts this month I've also made five dice cups and:A shoulder strap color matched to an antique satchel A custom belt pouch (fit to the client's camera) A padded shoulder pad color-matched to the client's messenger bag

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Pair of Coinpurses

Posted by Fallon Foster on

Every so occasionally I get orders that seem unrelated at first glance but a second look implies a link.  In this case I received two separate orders from two separate clients within an hour going to the same address.  I'm not quite sure what's happening there but my best guess is roommates gaming with each other.  In either case, I figured they might appreciate some color coding to tell their pouches apart.

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Range Card Holster with Pencil Sleeves

Posted by Fallon Foster on

These holsters are fit to carry the Range Cards (basically pads of report cards) for US-based Motorcycle Instructors.  So the market's relatively small that hasn't stopped them from being a semi routine item.  I think my favorite thing about these holsters is every instructor puts their own style on them.  This client wanted the logo and a pair of pencil sleeves.  I hadn't done pencil sleeves in awhile but some careful engineering and some deerskin made for a great result.

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Brown Snap Pouch

Posted by Fallon Foster on

Making these pouches is routine enough that I don't usually write a blurb for them anymore.  However this one was the first product made with a new brand of oiled leather.  It's a couple ounces heavier than the old brand and has a nice pebble texture and good hand.  I think it's going to work pretty darn well.

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Rider Pouch with Red Walls

Posted by Fallon Foster on

This order started as a default Rider pouch but when I noticed the client was a cosplayer I asked if they'd wanted any customization.  I've yet to meet the cosplayer that doesn't have something particular in mind for a commission.  Sure enough they were interested in using a red leather for the walls.  After reviewing my stock we went with a reddish/burgundy sheepskin and I think it's worked out pretty well.

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