Canadian Leathercraft – Spring 2017 – Quarterly Newsletter by CSCL

The Canadian Society for Creative Leathercraft CANADIAN LEATHERCRAFT

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Volume LXV   No. 3

0045-5121

Spring 2017

 

The Convention weekend Theme was Trucks, Truckers and CB Radio Talk 10-4.

In this Edition…

Page 2  Notes from the Editor, Highlights of the past Executive Mtgs, Membership Info, CSCL Larmour Library

Page 3 Workshops

Page 3 – 12 The Annual

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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….

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Annual Meeting Report – CSCL 67th Annual General Meeting – Hamilton May 5, 6 & 7, 2017

Annual Meeting Report – CSCL 67th Annual General Meeting
Hamilton May 5, 6 & 7, 2017

The Annual Weekend commenced with table display set-ups on Friday afternoon, Society branches from Hamilton, Mississauga, Norland and Members-at-Large were represented. The meeting room was convivial and the table space was plentiful. With help from members from all the branches the program, and leather pieces for the workshops were stuffed into envelopes and a Welcome Table (of sorts) was established manned by volunteers. The evening workshop was covering steel blocks with leather to be used as pattern weights. The Fellows took to Judging the entries starting at 9:45pm and continued while the workshop was on.

Saturday’s Business Meeting was completed in time to send groups to visit Tundra Leather on King Street, while the groups were shuttling, lunch was available in the Paparella’s. The afternoon program was a busy one for our 27 attendees with two workshops, a pivoting Card Case and a small Folded Leather Tray. The ticket sales were brisk for the “luna” table (white elephant donations) and the Presidents Table with donations from Life Members, Sustaining Members, Branch Presidents, and Generous Businesses. See list of the Contributors below. The sale of large cutting boards added to the proceeds. While the raffles and projects continued our hard working members were graced by two beautiful North American Kestrels, visiting with their Owner/Handlers, Mark and Sandra. The attendees were able to see the birds at close range and observe them feeding.

The Banquet was an excellent buffet style meal that fed 38 people plus Smokey & the Bandit. The Ribbons for Craftsmanship, Salon and category Prizes were handed out (see the list on the website). When the coffee was pouring, Mark and Sandra shared their experience and leatherwork that comes with Falconry. They then displayed two Harris Hawks, we observed them feeding and preening, the beautiful birds were the highlight of the evening.

On Sunday, the workshops continued with a sewn rotary punch cover w/snap closure. Some members worked on finishing the projects from the other days.

The 67th Annual General Meeting Weekend was a success bringing together our members and  contributing a small profit to the Society see Financial Report.

Respectfully Submitted By,
Lauch Harrison,
Fellow of CSCL

Presentation – Mark & Sandra Perkins – Birds of Prey

Life Members Donation – Dorothy McPearson – $100 Gift Certificate for Tundra Leather

Coffee Break Sponsor – Kristi Cino, Tundra Leather, 313 King Street East, Hamilton, ON L8N 1C1

Sustaining Members Donations
Bob Beard – ProSeries Tools – $100 gift Certificate – 36 Road 5243 Farmington, NM 87401-1541 USA
Barry King – Barry King Tools – $100 gift Certificate – 1751 Terra ave, Sheridan, WY 82801 USA
Roz Kaohn – The Dragon Lady – Carved Dragon Sculpture – PO 191 Greenfield, MO 65661 USA
Bradley Trauzzi – Tandy Leather – Euro Veg Hide  – 5562 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L4W 1P4
Stanley Major  – Sealeather Wear –  Bundles of Fish Skins – 86 – 210 86th Ave. SE Calgary AB T2H 1N6
Kristi Cino –Tundra Leather – Moose Hide – 313 King Street East, Hamilton, ON L8N 1C1
Branch Presidents
Sean Dalgetty – Cutting Board – Hamilton Branch
Jim Wilkes – Three sets of three tool rolls – Mississauga
Tracey Howard – Two $50 Gift Certificates for Tandy Leather

CSCL 67th Annual General Meeting – Awards – May 2017

Best of Show – Sean Dalgetty – gun case
Best Fellow Piece – Sean Dalgetty – gun case
Best General – Barbara Chynoweth – flask
Best Buckle – Bob Pfister
Best Colour (Robert Muma) – Bob Pfister – hand carving
Betty Heacock award (Novice) – Elena Godbout – picture
Best Molded (Irva Ford) – Eugene Pik – leather tankard
Best Non Traditional – Cam Doell – wrist band
Best Wearable item – Karen Weber – teal belt
Best Workshop item – Barbara Chynoweth – flask
OCC Design Award – Eugene Pik – molded purse

Salon Award

Sean Dalgetty – gun Case
Elena Godbout – picture
Eugene Pik – molded purse
Eugene Pik – leather tankard
Eugene Pik – guitar strap
Karen Weber – teal belt

Craftsman Award

Katelyn Burger – pixie bag
Sheena Burger – flask
Barbara Chynoweth – flask
Della Chynoweth – flask
Sean Dagetty – gun case
Cam Doell – wristband
Kristi Grove – wallet
Colin Paddon – two tone quiver
Bob Pfister – hand carving
Bob Pfister – buckle
Eugene Pik – molded purse
Eugene Pik – leather tankard
Eugene Pik – guitar strap
Eugene Pik – English saddle
Karen Weber – teal belt
Kim Winchester – carved mug
Kim Winchester – costrel

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CSCL 67th Annual General Meeting – Hamilton May 5 – 7, 2017

The Annual Weekend commenced with table display set-ups on Friday afternoon, Society branches from Hamilton, Mississauga, Norland and Members-at-Large were represented. The meeting room was convivial and the table space was plentiful. With help from members from all the branches the program, and leather pieces for the workshops were stuffed into envelopes and a Welcome Table (of sorts) was established manned by volunteers. The evening workshop was covering steel blocks with leather to be used as pattern weights. The Fellows took to Judging the entries starting at 9:45 PM and continued while the workshop was on.

Saturday’s Business Meeting was completed in time to send groups to visit Tundra Leather on King Street, while the groups were shuttling, lunch was available in the Paparella’s. The afternoon program was a busy one for our 27 attendees with two workshops, a pivoting Card Case and a small Folded Leather Tray. The ticket sales were brisk for the “luna” table (white elephant donations) and the Presidents Table with donations from Life Members, Sustaining Members, Branch Presidents, and Generous Businesses. See list of the Contributors below. The sale of large cutting boards added to the proceeds. While the raffles and projects continued our hard working members were graced by two beautiful North American Kestrels, visiting with their Owner/Handlers, Mark and Sandra. The attendees were able to see the birds at close range and observe them feeding.

The Banquet was an excellent buffet style meal that fed 38 people plus Smokey & the Bandit. The Ribbons for Craftsmanship, Salon and category Prizes were handed out (see the list on the website). When the coffee was pouring, Mark and Sandra shared their experience and leatherwork that comes with Falconry. They then displayed two Harris Hawks, we observed them feeding and preening, the beautiful birds were the highlight of the evening.

On Sunday, the workshops continued with a sewn rotary punch cover w/snap closure. Some members worked on finishing the projects from the other days.

The 67th Annual General Meeting Weekend was a success bringing together our members and  contributing a small profit to the Society.

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