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Theraputic Pyrography

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I can't speak for anyone else but personally I find woodburning to be pretty relaxing.  Spending 3-8 hours hunched over a piece of linden, focusing on precisely creating details in the wood grain with a hot stick.  Add a good audio book or some interesting podcasts and it's a pretty dandy way to spend the day. Starting a business, even a small one, involves a certain amount of stress so it was pretty nice to be able to sit down and focus on these for a few days. These two rounds were burned with patterns I'd purchased long ago from...

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The Time Has Arrived

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I've been working towards launching this business for the past couple years but in some ways it feels like I've been anticipating it for much longer than that.  As of this afternoon that wait officially ended. Foster Leathercraft is now live and open for business! 

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Coming Soon

Posted by Fallon Foster on

The previously mentioned project caught me just as I was beginning to pull things together to open up the store.  Now I'm reaching towards the end of that process and as soon as next week Foster Leathercraft could be officially open for business.  I won't bore you with the details but I chose to wait until after everything was in place and I had a worthy run of products to offer.  After all, my name's right there on the shop.  I've been pretty busy for the past month making sure all of that's taken care of though, and Opening Day...

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Black Belt w/ Celtic Tooling & Silver Buckle

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I'm still building up the Foster Leathercraft business so I took it as a very good sign when I got a commission well before the Etsy store was even opening.  The client was having a difficult time finding a belt that fit and a mutual friend suggested she get in touch with me.  She was looking for a black leather belt with a simple celtic design and a silver buckle.I plotted a celtic knot design to fit along the 1.25" wide strip that made up the belt and tooled it with an inverse bevel.  Because dark stains tend to make...

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