|The Canadian Society for Creative Leathercraft|
|Volume LXVIIII No. 4|
November, December – 2021
|Flash Back in Time!|
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In this Edition…
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|President: Lauch Harrison|
1st Vice-Pres.: Jim Wilkes
Past President: Jim Wilkes
Treasurer: Della Chynoweth
Secretary: Lauren Malec
|Membership: Kim Winchester|
Editor: Barbara Chynoweth
ECO: Eugene Pik
Privacy Officer: Lauch Harrison
Workshops: Lauch Harrison, Jim Wilkes,
Note from the Editor….
The 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.
I am always looking for articles for the Newsletter, do you have a project that you have done that you think everyone would be interested in seeing, we are looking for articles?
This issue I am looking back in time to some of the magazines published in the 1970’s for projects.
Highlights from the Past Executive Council Meetings….
At our September meeting we discussed how the virtual Zoom AGM went. We had some suggestion and the Fellows are going to review how the judging went and what can be improved.
At our October meeting we had a guest, Kristi Cino from Tundra Leather talking about what is happening and what is new in her store in Hamilton. Della Chynoweth sent some sea leather fish skins to the President of each branch and we encourage members from the branches to come up with ideas to use the leather. Visit Sea Leather Wear’s web site for ideas. Contact your President for further details. Lauren Malac has the skins for MAL’s and you can contact her for one.
At our November meeting we discussed the possibility of having Zoom training courses. Stay tuned for more info on that.
Have you paid your membership? It’s a new Membership Year (April 1 to March 31).
- If you are joining trough a branch pay your CSCL membership to the Branch Treasurer along with your branch membership fee.
- if you are joining as a Member-at-Large or Sustaining Member send your membership payment to the CSCL Treasurer: Della Chynoweth, 3350 Monck Road, Norland, Ontario K0M 2L0 or you can e-transfer to [email protected]. Please be sure to include your contact information.
Individuals interested in leathercraft who belong to one of the CSCL Branches. (Need not be a leathercraft person.) $40.00 plus your Branch membership fee
|General Member – Student*:|
A registered full-time student shall pay $5.00
Individual interested in leathercraft who does not belong to one of the CSCL Branches. (Need not be a leathercraft person.) $40.00
Commercial Organizations interested in supporting the Society. $100.00 or material equivalent to $100.00.
CSCL Larmour Lending Library
The CSCL lending Library of Books and Patterns can be referenced on our web site www.canadianleathercraft.org. Head to Gallery and click on CSCL Library of Books and Patterns. Under the Patter option there is 80 pages of patterns that may give you ideas of things to make. Under the Book section there is 13 pages of titles of Books and DVD’s about Leather crafting, design and colour. Remember these patterns and books are there for you to borrow from the library. Select item(s) you would like to borrow and send your list to Paul Kitchener at [email protected].
Branch Presidents will assist in pickup and delivery of the orders from branch members.
Members-at-large may order directly from Paul and arrange shipping or printing options, fees may apply.
Memberships are due by March 31st
SEE – What Can You do with Scraps of Leather
From Making It with Leather October-November 1974
We extend our sympathy to the Chynoweth Family and the Norland Branch on the sudden passing of Phyllis McHale (nee Chynoweth) in September. Phyllis had been a very active member for many years until poor health slowed her down.
Shown in the Make It with Leather June-July 1976
Tandy had a kit available for this plant hanger but you could use your imagination and come up with your own design. A great way to use up scraps of leather.
Some projects that Jim Wilkes just finished. Way to go.
From the Craftsman Volume XIV Number 4 May-June 1970
The stamp tool Veiner 406 gives a floral design with a different look – ripple-edged daisies. A single petal requires two impressions and a Seeder347 is a nice disc for the daisy flower centre. Easy to grow!
What is considered Buffalo Plaid ? See the next issue of CANADIAN LEATHERCRAFT!