Salt Cellar Project

I’ve had some interesting apothecary-type glass bottles laying around from an impulse purchase at American Science and Surplus, and some rough Wa...

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What Happened To That Sofa?

So, the final choice was to use some grey heathered Pendleton wool, square off and cut the cushions, and use a light silver thread for all the top...

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Belt Project Documented

Back when I started experimenting with belt making, my good friend JD said that he would make a short video to document it. 

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Entermodal Bespoke Leather

I like to experiment on a leather project here and there, and even though I can make some things really well, I know my limits. After experimenti...

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Camera Wrist Strap

Well, I've devised a new project to keep myself busy, and I wanted to share it. I've been experimenting with a camera strap design, and I think I...

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W&F Project for Design*Sponge

Just wanted to welcome any new readers visiting from my project post over at Design*Sponge this morning! For those who haven't seen it, I was kin...

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Camp Axe Sheath

So then, over this weekend I devised a way to hang my axe using some scrap leather to make a sheath. I’d sketched out some designs and made a few ...

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Recent Busy Weeks

As always, most undertakings end up taking way more time than you’d like – specifically the belt project.

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Belt Progress

Hey everyone, I wanted to check in on the belt project and let everyone know when you'll be receiving your product. I had hoped to have them all ...

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Some New Makers

One great side-effect of having this blog is that I’ve gotten to meet other interesting craftsfolk and see their ideas and products. It’s inspiri...

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Sofa Quandary

In the back corner of a vintage shop in Portland, I found a little Teak wood, Danish-made loveseat. It was only $365, but still not perfect, so I...

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Project Tiny Kitchen

One of the bigger projects in my house is/will be tackling the kitchen, so I figured I might as well introduce it. When I first looked at the hou...

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