This pouch is made from textile remnants and has a repaired bark tan deer flap. The strap is made from cowhide and has a small brass halter buckle. Attached to the pouch by hemp cord is a double powder horn made by Tim Crosby. Also included is a repurposed table knife, a copper vent pick and a homemade brass powder measure.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Bark-tanned deer hide was used for the body of the pouch. The straps are made from cowhide and linen. The powder horn was made by Cory Jo Stewart, more photos here: http://ewingscreekpouches.blogspot.com/2013/11/james-ewing-powder-horn-by-cory-jo.html
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Haversack made from coarse white fabric with a brown fustian lining. The exterior has a crude patch woven repair to the corner and the bag was tin-clothed. The flap is made from bark-tanned deer hide and is lined with a grey-brown striped ticking. The strap was woven by Kris Polizzi.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Monday, January 26, 2015
These were made using a variety of materials. The spouts were turned on a lathe by Kris Polizzi. The bodies of the pouches are made from leather, antique ticking, hemp, and homespun pattern cotton fabric. They are secured to the spouts by hemp cord, linen cord, and wire. Several have designs burned into the leather. Some have rough wooden stoppers, several of which are carved into human or animal effigies. One of the spouts has a rawhide repair.