Canadian Leathercraft – Winter 2017-2018 – Quarterly Newsletter by CSCL

The Canadian Society for Creative Leathercraft CANADIAN LEATHERCRAFT

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Volume LXVI   No. 2
0045-5121
Winter 2017/2018

In this Edition…
Page 2  Notes from the Editor, Highlights of the past Executive Mtgs, Membership Info, CSCL Larmour Library
Page 3 Cross Colouring Chart with Basic Colours
Page 4 – Did You Know, Angel Fish Mobile
Page 5 – Angel Fish continued, Elephant Bookmark
Page 6 – Mitt and Glove Clip, A Corner Bookmark, Key Fob to hold Meter Money
Page 7 – Molded Tray Workshop, Whio Remembers this Leathercrafter?
Page 8 – Leather Picture Frame

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President: Jim Wilkes
1st Vice-Pres.: Lauch Harrison
Past President: Rob Regan
Treasurer: Della Chynoweth
Secretary: Tracey Howard
Membership: Sheena Burger
Editor: Barbara Chynoweth
Website: Eugene Pik
Privacy Officer: Lauch Harrison

Note from the Editor….

For this issue I have am looking at ideas for using up your scrap leather. I am always looking for additional ideas for articles for the Canadian Leathercrafter.

I hope you try out some of the ideas and maybe display them on your Branch table.

The Quarterly Newsletter “Canadian Leathercraft” is your source of information about CSCL and its members. Also check out the CSCL website at www.canadianleathercraft.org and CSCL’s Facebook page.

Highlights from the Past Executive Council Meetings….

We had our first Executive meeting on Sept. 22nd after the summer off. Plans are underway for some workshops and Mississauga has started looking at planning the 2018 Annual. This year we are going to use Skype to hold our Executive meetings in the winter when the driving conditions are not ideal for driving.

This had worked out very well after some getting used to how it works.

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