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Some new belts. Nothing crazy, but I’m pretty into them. This first one because of the colour and simplicity…

SAM_2870 (Large)

And this next guy for its size – a thin line for your waist.

SAM_2873 (Large)

This one’s not finished on the end yet so it can be sized according to its owner.

SAM_2875 (Large)

Art Crawl tonight, all! Please let it stop raining and come on out!

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Strapping young things

I worked on a few belts this week. Number one was for Sean – a one-inch black belt. Plain. Simple. Functional.

The other, a super-skinny half-inch belt, stained teal and featured on one of Roisin’s stellar pouches. This side of the pouch was, I think, dyed with iron from Gary’s farm. The other side has a print of a Calgary bus and transit signs (inspired, I assume, by the time she spends teaching at ACAD).

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Santa’s Bag

A trio of belts made for the manly side of a family…

Made with heavy nickel-plated buckles.

And a commissioned painting. Of the Hamilton locale where, almost exactly one year ago, a new couple sprung forth from a bath of beer. Can you guess where it is?

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