Author Archive: DaynenBC

Switching tracks, from wood to leather.

So as some of you may know, I have moved down to Utah for a year and a half for a mission trip. I had planned to put the business on hold until I got back, but man, I failed…
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Homeschooling Across Canada’s Victoria Day Contest

The Canadian Homeschool Minute is a “weekly E-Newsletter for anyone homeschooling or considering starting. It’s brief yet packed with a powerful dose of encouragement to keep you going strong in your commitment to your family and to the Lord.” form The…
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Making The Improved Bushcraft Possibles Belt Pouch.

In this post I will be going over how I made this bushcraft possibles belt pouch. For this belt pouch I used 100% reclaimed leather. The first step, as with everything, is to make a pattern. Next is to cut it out…
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My Prototype Belt Pouch, And What I Keep In It.

Today we’ll have a look at my prototype belt pouch which I have worn every day for over a year and a half. First off let’s take look at the loop closure. You can see the quick stamping I did to give it…
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Making the mini belt pouch.

So I forgot to take any pictures of cutting it out or punching the holes, but there’s not much to see with that anyways. My first step was to sew the belt loop on. I started out with a bit of…
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A leather checkers pouch!

Ok, so  for the second leather game pouch I went for a game everyone knows: Checkers! For this one I chose black and frosted stones. And of course, the best part is that it’s a little self contained pouch!      …
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My first video!

My first maker video! And I have to say that I’m pretty proud of it, not because it’s amazingly good or anything (it’s ok), but  because it was rather difficult for me to make. So here’s a quick video of me making…
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The 49th Annual Cobourg Sidewalk Sale

I had a great time at the Sidewalk Sale in downtown Cobourg this year, and met a lot of really cool people! And a great big thanks goes out to Dave Howard for letting me have his really cool decorative axes and…
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