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How to Make Buckskin Shorts, Part II

After much sewing, sore hands, a few small awl punctures in my left fingers, and many hours, we give you: BUCKSKIN SHORTS!!

TA DA! He loves ’em, and they fit just right. 2,695 more words

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creative necessity

During one particularly intense working a month or so ago, some oil escaped its confines and left a horrifying mar on my buckskin. Now, I realize as a working witch that these things are bound to happen, but it still hurt my feelings. 292 more words

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Speaking of hand drums...

This past week I had the privilege to make my own hand drum in a workshop run by Erik Mandawe through Indigenous Services at Western University. 251 more words

Target

Target is a beautiful Painted Buckskin. I’m looking forward to getting more photos of him and his herd in a few days.

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A Family of Horses - 2015

“A Family of Horses” – Luke Overbeek 2015

Acrylic on stretched canvas – 16x20x1.5″ (with painted edge)

Original – $180 (order now)

Print – (contact the artist)

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How to Make Buckskin Shorts, Part I

Unseasonably warm and sunny weather and some free weekends means that Sam’s been at it again. He’s tanning¬†about a hide per week (though he wishes he could do more), and experimenting with frame softening the huge buck mule deer hides we bought from wild game processor Jim Woodard down in Villa Grove last fall. 1,544 more words

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Target

Target is a beautiful Painted Buckskin. I’m looking forward to getting more photos of him and his herd in a few days.

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