BRETTUNS VILLAGE
LEATHER

CUSTOMERS' SHOWCASE

THIS IS WHERE WE SHOW OFF SOME OF THE LEATHER CRAFT PROJECTS OUR CUSTOMERS
HAVE MADE USING OUR LEATHER AND ACCESSORIES. SEND YOURS IN!

Custom made leather knife rolls for sale
Erik Desjarlais used to be a chef, but now he makes custom knife rolls and aprons and bags for chefs, so if you're in the biz,
get outfitted the way you should be outfitted - with stuff from Weft & Warp!

Leather used to make a desk pad
Hey there:  Just wanted to thank you all for the great leather I recently purchased from you, the Crazy Horse Dark Tan.
I’m completely new to leather working, but learning a lot, and really enjoying it… I finished my first project
(dresser valet) last night and I love it! 100% hand stitched. I wish I would’ve started playing with leather years ago!
Thanks again for a great product and prompt shipping. I will be doing more business with you all soon!
Best regards from TX,  Robert Bowdon


Examples of items made from our leather hides
My name is Ken and I own a small leather business called Tir Noc leathers; this is a just a couple of things that I have made with some of the leather that I have
purchased from you. The first sporran was made using your brown or tan rain coat side and features a Celtic boar (the Celtic symbol for strength. The second Sporran was made
with one of your black softy sides, and features a Celtic dragon.  All are hand carved of course. Both are made in Rob Roy style. The boots were made with a 5 to 6 ounce oil tanned
double shoulder, that matched the brown in the customers Kilt perfectly, they have a hand stitched deer insole and a full rubber sole for traction
and longer wear. The trim was made out of 2 to 3 oz. veg tan. The boots were all hand stitched and the trim was hand tooled and dyed.

Drexel Student Does Fine Work!
Leather strapping sold by the foot
Hi Brettuns Village: Thank you for your product and for your kindness for a student in need.  I just wanted to let you know (if it is of any interest)
that my piece of furniture was very appreciated and that I got an A+ in that course.  I attached some pictures for you. Again, thank you very very much!
Regards; Marcus Brunstrom, Drexel U. Student

Farrell & Company
hand bags hand made in Maine
hand crfafted leather goods, made in MaineLeather accessories made in MaineFarrell & Co, Fine Leathergoods
From Meg Farrell - click here to visit the website of Farrell & Company
Fine leathergoods, hand crafted in Maine!

From Lee Hissong:
make your own purse using our leather
Greetings:  Just thought I would share my first item made with your Regina Bark sides.  This was my first attempt at making a
leather item of any kind and was done as a gift for a female friend.  Since this piece, there have
been over 10 more bags and satchels, each one an improvement over the last thanks to you all making leatherworking affordable.
-Lee Hissong

This one came in from Jesse K:
Book case covered with leather
I used the piece of leather you sent me to fancy up my bookcase.  I had my doubts as to whether this would work or if I'd be ruining a perfectly good piece of furniture.
My wife said, "Yeah, I thought you were pretty much going to wreck it."   But, to everyone's astonishment, it looks great. Thank you. I've attached a couple of photos so you can see for yourself.
All best - Jesse

From Clementine Bastow
Proof Positive that all You Need to Get By is a Sword and an Attitude
Leather hides for costumes
Hi Churchill & Co, thought I'd show you what I ended up doing with the coal and denim garment sides and the "heap of sheep" black skins that I got from you earlier in the year.
I do costuming and leatherworking on the side (I'm a journalist by trade) and I'd like it to eventually be my main gig, so I turned myself into a walking billboard for my "business" at Comic-Con!
The Jon Snow costume jacket/jerkin/thing was made from the coal side, while the boot-wraps are the heap o' sheep. The Ranger coat is two whole denim garment sides,
hand baseball-stitched at all the seams - and yes, it's functional lacing, if I ever go insane and decide I feel like removing the sleeves for an afternoon in the sun.
(I also used the sunrise wigwam leather to make some bracers for a Highlander costume that of course I didn't get any decent photos of.)
Couldn't have done it without you! :)-
Clementine Bastow

From Ron LaMonica
hand made leather purses and hand bags
Ron LaMonica is waaaay down in Florida -
Just look at what he does with our leather!

From Amma Jelani
leather for purses and hand bags
Contact Amma here




Luksin is a design co. that holds earth and ethics close to it's heart, right next to passion for design.
Luksin leather bags and women's clothing are artisan made. Everything is sewn and printed
on the coast of Maine, and garment dyed in small batches in Maine or New Hampshire.
Click here to visit Luksin, one of our leather customers.  Click here to visit Luksin's Etsy store.

EARLY ARCHERY
Out on the Left Coast
Hand made leather quivers
Mike Cox runs Early Archery out in Friday Harbor, Washington (state):

I thought you might enjoy these pix of a quiver project I just finished with material I bought from your store.
The fur is from the Nutria furs you sold some months back, the body leather and lace is from your  Bourbon sides.
The hardware, D Rings and spring clasp were also from your stock.
Thanks for supplying great materials. Mike Cox  Early Archery  Friday Harbor , WA



When Justin Reeder Decides to Try His Hand at Leatherwork...

I ordered a side of the Wichita Falls and a couple pieces of the chestnut colored book binders pigskin that you had.
With that I decided to make myself a satchel.  Other than making a handful of knife sheaths,
this was my first real leather project.  I cannot take credit for the design, I based it off of
Saddleback Leather's satchel design. But I drew the patterns, cut it all out, and hand stitched it all
together over the last few weeks.  I just wanted to say thanks for the leather, I really like the Wichita Falls sides!
Justin Reeder, Summerville, SC


Morgan Bennett made This Holster from
Our North of Cordovan Leather

This holster is made from the North of Cordovan strips I received last week.
I haven't tried dying it yet, but so far it's been superb leather for holster-making.
Thanks, Morgan


A Great Source for Collars and Leashes - and they're in Maine!


From Mike McLaughlin
hand made leather crafts with nice leather
Thought it would be fun to show you what I make with your wonderful leather

From Rudolph:

That box I got from you has lots of good leather and I plan to use it well.


From Brett Tom:
make your own leather watch band
Hi Brettuns:  Just wanted to drop you a line a send in some pics of some recent projects.
A dog collar for my in laws' coon hound named Copper, and watch strap for myself. I'm still learning
a lot about the art and frustration off the saddle stitch...I have an iPad on the way, so that'll probably be the next project.
These were made from Clearance hide #395 which I bought from you guys earlier this year.
Thanks, Brett
More from Brett - a knife sheath and a credit card wallet:
hand made knife sheath


From Jamie Maldonado
How to wet form leather like a pro
We had to look at this one for a minute or so before it sunk in.  This is one of our 4 oz veg tan tooling sides that Jamie Maldonado decided to wet form
around a torso that belonged to some guy with no body fat.  Incredible.  Jamie says he can make you one of these if you want to drop him a line.


From Mike Purpura:

This box is made from quarter sawed Red Oak. The outside panels are covered with 100% 18oz Hemp.
The lining is 100% wool felt over a Spanish Cedar frame. The handle is 100% Brettuns Village.
Mike


PATZ BAGS!

That yellow lizard print leather didn't look all that promising when it left here.  Patricia McDonald, a Mainer, had the vision that we didn't.
Fabulous!  Below are more items made by Pat - some great skillet handle covers and a backpack!
Visit Pat's website here.





"Hey, I noticed you all had a spot on your website showcasing some of your customers' finished projects. Maybe you'd like to put some of these up? I'll admit the mask is a bit much, haha.
Most of this stuff is made from your 3.5 Oz Veg Tan Tooling Sides. The last hide I got from ya'll was a great weight for what I needed and finishes out beautifully. As soon as I sell some more stuff I'll be ordering some more :)
I started working with leather a couple years ago and you guys make getting a hold of what I need easy. I sew everything by hand right now, but maybe sometime I can justify getting a machine to do certain things with.
Just in case you want to put it up, this is where I sell some of my stuff  "
Matthew Thomas


Made from our Black Oil Shale leather by Juan Martinez Navedo.
"Great leather, Dyna Solo Bags.  If someone has an inquiry they can e-mail me.


Brace Yourself

Hey!  I just finished the first piece of my armor thanks to the uber fast shipping of the spiffy "Midas" side.
Just a simple clamshell bracer to see how it came together.  The leather is perfect and I can't wait to make more with it!
 Thanks!
Jess


Some of our Trunk Parts Are Crossing Over!

K. Hesketh (UK) found innovative uses for our trunk handle brackets and reproduction travel labels.
You can find these and many more trunk and case parts right here.

POSH POCKETS

Posh Pockets are uniquely designed and individually crafted by artist Mary North Phillips.
Fabricated in her studio, these beautiful and stylish bags are exceptionally well made of high
quality fabrics which are personally selected by the designer. All of the bags are fully lined,
many with interior leather pockets and some with detailed, hand-stitched accents of imported glass or pearl beads.




Annemarie Feld creates amazing works of wearable art, and there's some Brettuns Village Leather in there!




Eco-friendly handbags made from reclaimed materials.
There are several handbag styles to choose from.
Each bag is slightly different from the next as the materials are rarely exactly the same.
Handbags are designed to have a clean modern style.
The minimalist designs are born out of my desire to show that recycled can look fresh and refined.
Express your individual personality and go green with a handbag from City Kitty.


Good old Brettuns Village Trunk Shop makes leather trunk straps that look pretty nice, and they're good for more than just holding a trunk shut.
Here's a set being used to hold a storage box on a sweet ride.



Hi Churchill:  I just wanted to send you the pictures of the stuff I've made from that North of Cordovan strip I ordered.
They're not the greatest, and I'm certainly new to leathercraft, but I'm pretty proud of them anyway.
I made a single layer belt for my best friend, a double layer belt hand-stitched with hemp for my farmer cousin, and a key keeper to go with it.
Thanks for all your help!  ~Noah


From Shaun vanBergen:
I just wanted to share what we did with the 5 hides I purchased from you several months ago.
These are some of the pictures from the interior of my Cessna 172.
The plane will probably be featured in several articles in Cessna Owner Magazine at the beginning of 2010.
The upholsterer I hired to do the work said this was even better than the leather that he
has used on the country music stars coaches in the past 20 years.

From Daniel Sisk:

A while back I ordered some of that yellow lizard leatha.
I then realized I need a small patch of white deer skin and you so honorable sent me a chunk in the mail.
You made a project possible for me and I wanted to send you a few pics of the piece I made.
It is a fighting belt for a local sword fighter.
It is lined with steel plates to protect his kidneys and lower back.
Thank you so very much; Dan



Hello Churchill!  I'm sending an image showing a picture frame I've made using the antique upholstery tacks I bought from you.
Amazing Piece I feel like I gave birth upon completion! I'm going to order 200 more of those tacks. Will look through the site and see what else I need.
Hope your well, I hear spring is on the way....no more -24 degrees here in Canada!
Stephen O'Ceallaigh
www.greenmanleather.ca


So, Who Buys Those Weird Fish Skins Anyway?
Maria does:

M CASTANO ART LLC
2841 Watch Point Road
Shoreham, VT 05770
Tel/Fax: 802-897-2811
www.mcastano.com


My project:  creating leather case bindings for prayer books whose plastic covers have been destroyed over time, but whose pages are still in good condition.
Without new bindings, the books will have to be discarded.  Here are two photos: one of the old, worn out covers, and one of the books with their new, Brettuns Village leather case bindings.
Amateur, yes, but also quite beautiful!  Thank you for your great leathers and affordable pricing.
Theresa Thomas

Ryan Mininger Goes to War!

Thanks again for all of your help with providing some awesome leather!  Of the 40lbs of oxblood I ordered, we made 2 full sets of armor
(torso, leg grieves, 2 full-arms, and a war skirt) as well as an additional torso piece....and I still have some left!
We made great use of the scraps and I have included several photos below.
In the group shot, I believe all of the helmets and any oxblood you see came from you.
Our friends in Northern Michigan also ordered some oxblood from you.
The helmets are from your thicker leather from a previous order.


A pen made from leather.  Now we've seen everything.
Nice work by Paul Doxsss in Wisconsin.


My journey with leather began 40 years ago and has evolved to incorporate rare stones and beautiful hardwoods.
The viewer of this site can see another dimension of how this ancient medium can be used.
Thanks to Brettuns Village for being a reliable supplier of quality leathers and tools
Sculptures made with leather

Bob Purrenhage's Bagpipes

We play historical bagpipes and music from all over Europe generally nothing later than 1650 - nothing Celtic as such. But then the Celts did come from Bavaria...
The leather arrived last week and I worked intensely to make another bag, so fast, that I even had a day to remove the first attempt and tie in all the wooden parts to the bag.
It's nice to know Calf hide works. I used some of the black leather as a welt for the edge seam. That looks nice with the oxblood.
Once that was done I played it on & off all day Sat & Sun at our Renaissance Faire. We had either light or heavy rain both days.
I got some rain spotting on the outside of the bag, which might dry out over the next days. It doesn't look like it was seeping moisture & gunk through the leather from within.
The best is that the new bag really holds air well and makes playing as easy as it could be, and I didn't have to wait another week to put in into service.
It's an English Great Medieval bagpipe made many years ago by Julian Goodacre in Scotland.


Fred Schoolik
The Mountain Man From Pennsylvania
Hand-Tooled Custom Quivers and Other Items


Fred lives in Pennsylvania and is known for his archery shooting skills, as well as his fine custom leather work.
He does every bit of work on these side quivers by hand, just like he does with wallets, handbags, and other leather items.  Here's some more of his work:
Thanks, Fred!
Fred's known in the Allegheny region as an archer - he is an instructor and competition shooter and has enjoyed great success.


The one on the upper right has real boar tusks and badger fur and a fully tooled strap that's been stitched along both edges with our leather cord.
Tooling work like this takes literally hundreds of hours, but Fred can make one of these for you if you don't mind paying him for his time.
All of these items were made with leather from Brettuns Village.  We get a real kick out of that.

This custom holster is lined with real buckskin and is designed to fit a .45 caliber pistol.

Beautiful leather journals - perfect for doodling!





Green Man Leather
Bags, pouches, journals, belts, and more


Snow White Sides

Churchill, Thank you for the fine piece of white leather you sent me.
As you can see from the pictures, the Crusader Crosses I cut out for my jacket worked out pefectly.
I found that I really like working with leather and will be back in touch. Thank You Again  Steve Lowry


Amazing Traditional Archery

Nothing gives you a firmer grip on your bow when you are trying run an arrow through the boiler of a delicious animal than Brettuns Village Leather!
(ed note:  Nice shot, Bud!)

Don Chepe DelCulo



From John Purdy over in Vermont
(a suburb of New York City according to most Mainers)

Officer's hats and Shakos made with leather brims!
Contact John here


Fan your Smudge!

The Spirit Bear is a website that features the work of Linda Pettersen.
Linda knows how to make some incredible smudge fans, and she also knows where to buy her leather!
Visit her website here - The Spirit Bear


Take a Seat

Garth Thompson did one heck of a job with this great old chair.


Stormy Schwindt's New Leather Gear

A nice leather vest and coat with antler buttons, made with leather from you-know-where.  Stormy is a teacher out in Montana.
This guy is covered in leather from head to toe, which we think is an idea more people should subscribe to.  Stormy's artwork is incredible.  Take a look.

Awesome brook trout carved in leather


Jim Markell's Whips

Hi,  I wanted to tell you how great your Spur Fire cowhide was. I'm enclosing a picture of a bullwhip I made from it, and I intend to pick up a couple of more of these hides to make some more whips with.
Regards,  Jim Markell
e-mail Jim here:  jim@whipworks.net

or visit his website:

www.whipworks.net


From Ike Powell
Hello- I've ordered several boxes of your "scrap veg.-tanned leather" to make sheathes for my custom knives. I can honestly say that I've been
more than pleased with the quality of the leather AND the quality of your service.  I've attached a photo of one of my knife/sheath combo's for you to see... and, if you know anyone who wants a great knife, send 'em my way...!
Thanks!  Ike Powell  Wake Forest, NC
"Raid Ye Not A Dragon's Lair... For Ye'd Be Tasty Medium Rare..."


Making Western Wear?  So is Kathy Younger, only she makes it in sizes to fit small dolls!

This gun belt would fit around a GI Joe or Ken doll, believe it or not.

Don't pick a fight with these guys - they'll shoot you in the ankle.

Then they'll ride away on these hosses and hide under your couch.
Thanks, Kathy, for sending in these great photos.
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From Kathy:  Just wanted you to see the world of leather you opened up for me. These two fellas are my favorite figures. I made these chaps today. (I also made the hats -
flexible clay and the darker gun belt that you can't really see here).  Hmm, this is getting to be pretty fun. I just may be buying more from you in the not too distant future.I LOVE that rich pull-up leather, as you know.
I managed to use every inch of it (I mean EVERY inch of it!) in order to make a miniature gun belt. The Colt was made by a blacksmith friend of mine.
Two artist friends made the horses and saddles for me.  My cowboys fit on them perfectly. I know I'm sounding a bit insane now, but...oh well...



Bighousedaddyis a resource website for the leather craftsman providing quality instructional Cdroms,
Instructional books, as well as providing leather patterns to make Custom Leather Boots.

A Leather Chess Board from Lauren T


Wow!  What a great idea - a leather chess board!  Lauren Tenney made this work of art.
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Churchill,
as promised, here are the photos of the completed chess set. Thank-you for your incredible help in making this project possible.
I made the playing pieces from ceramic clay - the kind you would use to make bowls and such, and sculpted each of them by hand,
using my best of each type as the model.  I then sanded them, fired them in a kiln, then glazed them (the white pieces are only glazed with clear as the clay is so white)
and then fired them again. then I put the little sticky felt bottoms on using self-adhesive felt. The board is cherry and I had the pieces
cut for me by a woodworker I know, and then I built and finished it.  I figured out that the total time spent on all aspects of the project -
especially the pieces - was around 50 hours!! very worth it. I will be telling everyone crafty that I know about your site.
thanks again,
Lauren

Radio Radio!
Tom & Pat Gaber Worked a Minor Miracle

Hi:  We ordered a hide from you in November 2004.  We covered an old Majestic Mighty Monarch radio with the hide.
You mentioned that you would be interested in seeing the finished product.  Here are some pictures of what your hides covered up.
It was a lot of work, but the finished radio is beautiful.  But here are the pictures - hope you enjoy them.  Tom & Pat Gaber


Put Your Cutie In Booties

ALASKAN BABY BOOTIES AND BUTTERFLIES

Theresa Szafran lives in Anchorage, Alaska and runs her own business up there making these wonderful booties.  Her website is great - take a look!


Great Wyoming Chaps!

This is a photo of one pair of kids chaps I made from your Lipstick Red & Snow White leather.
Nice leather to work with . Thanks,
Davene Lau
Baggs, Wyoming

WOW!

All this stuff from a 9 square foot scrap! Frog for a rapier is not shown. A quiver, frog for a battle axe, arm guard for archery, hat, tankard strap,
belt and I still have some left over. Shown on a buffalo skin from BrettunsVillage. I love you guys!!!!
Klancey (Larry Phillips)

Now you know why I needed 160 1-inch rings. The leather was cut from a roll of that suede.  Yep - that's all your stuff.  Thanks for keeping me off the streets Churchill.
Larry

Larry also bought one of our tool kits and made his own case for it:

Get your own tool kit right here.

What do you do with a big pile of goat furs?

Cover the La-Z-Boy, of course!


Baby Shoes by Bridget!

Fellow Mainer Bridget uses our suedes to make shoes for her children.  Great work!

-From the West Coast-
Fine work by H. Scott Plouse

(Left image)  I thought you might appreciate these ring-armored, leather bracers I made using your 5 oz. Hickory leather.  This is part of an entire armor suite I'm in the process of completing.
(Center image) The leather corset on my daughter (left) was made using the Olive and Sand nubuck I purchased from you and the corset on her best friend (right) used the Mocha and Cabernet nubuck.
(Right)  While most of my stuff is for our shooting gear or reenactment activities, this was a fun little project for my granddaughter, who loves three things in life: candy, purses, and her binky.  So, she got this kid-sized purse with a "Binky Pouch" attached.


A great looking headboard made by Andrew Stairs - a fellow Mainer!


From Vern Ray


Thanks to Brettuns Village Leather's very affordable leather prices, I'm knocking out tons of projects. We sell at shows and request.
All of the items are one-of-a-kind. Journal covers; belt bags; wood and leather boxes; key fobs; even a cat-o'-nine-tails (us flatlanders have weird ways of entertaining !).
Thanks again and I look forward to ordering more of - everything !
Vern Ray
www.talonhandcraftedcurios.com
www.vernrayleather.com

Wolf Pit Whips

Hello Churchill!  Here's an item for your customer project page.   The black whip in the picture was made from your Black Boot military sides in
2.5oz and has 2 plaited underbellys and a 8 plait overlay. This whip is 6 feet long. I am currently making two 8 foot "indiana jones" style
bullwhips out of your dark brown chamois sides. If you are intrested in buying
a whip, visit my website http://www.wolfpitwhips.com.  I cater to all age groups, and Sell whips for the sport of whipcracking only.
Thanks - Adam Ouellette e-mail


An Amazing Artist
rudyrudy2
Behold the amazing artwork of Rodolfo Morales-Miranda, who used our thick veg-tan sides as the canvas for his work.  Rudy is stationed overseas as part of the military presence in Iraq, and he's a great customer of ours.
We ship to him through his APO address using priority mail.  It works out well   - seems to reach him fairly quickly.  Can you imagine the amount of hours that go into making something like this?
Well, it's not like he can run out to the movie theater or the grocery store.
 E-mail Rudy for more information.
rudy3
A little too much time in the sandbox:


Boots Down Under!

Angie Allen made these excellent units for a pal in New Zealand.  Brettuns Village Leather spans the globe to make feet comfortable.


The Wizard's Best Friend!


Steve Korpa made this incredible wizard's hat and other items.  His display shack, some shoes, and his "Full-Blown Wizard's Hat" are shown here.  E-mail Steve


From Ason Louviere

Greetings:
I am sending you some images of some leather armor I made from the buffalo leather scraps you sell.
There is an upper body piece with hinged shoulder pieces, and some vambraces. There is also leg armor -
but it looks just like the arm pieces so I am not sending a picture of them. The buffalo is very soft and is it very easy to wear these
all day at the ren faires. I also make sword scabbards and belts and belt pouches.
Also there are pictures of a shoulder bag from some split leather with matching vanbraces and quiver.

This is what has become of some of your suede splits. I tried to make a replica of the leather shirt John Wayne
wears in Hondo. Also made a rifle sleeve with bead work. It is lined with an ultra-soft blue fleece blanket.
Except for the bottom of the bib on the shirt, all fringe edges are natural edges. Thanks for being a great supplier-
Ason Louviere ( aka Rick Cottontree if you visit Scarborough Faire in Waxahachie TX or Tex Ren Fest in Magnolia TX )


How to Scare off Nuisance Buffalo
Just call Brettuns Village customer Jim O-Hanlon down in Florida and he'll bring his flame-throwing pistols over to your ranch.  Whoa there, Jim - a bit heavy on the powder maybe.

Here's a few pictures of my 'hobby' --- cowboy action shooting, with Leathuh accoutrements.  This one shows my half-chaps-leggings (made with Brettun's Pigskin suede) ----
I'm the guy on the right.... Yep, I shoot only black powder cartridges and have a reputation for 'flaming' the competition. I am the Florida State Cap n' Ball cowboy shooter in 2003.

Here is one that shows me in (Brettun's Leathuh) chaps (batwings, with shamrocks in the corners) and Brettun Leathuh cuffs (these are roping cuffs cowboys
wore to protect their shirt sleeves from getting caught in a rope when 'dallying' the lariat around the saddlehorn). Shamrocks on these, too.

Some Folks Even Use Leather On Their Blowboats

Hi:  Thought you might like to see photos of my Brettuns Leather Project.  I put new leather on my boat's dodger
(the canvas thingy you see in the photo).  Thanks again for your great service.  Beverly Amaral  Customer for Life!


BURNING MAN!
From Matt Sweeney

Hey Churchill:  Here are some pictures from a performance my fire troupe did at Burning Man (minor gig, only 35,000 people or so watching before the man burns...).   So here they are, or a few of them at least.  We did a fire-bullfight, with half of us dressed as matadors and half as bulls.  I'm especially proud of the leather corduroy pants with kevlar stitching (better fire protection than my old nomex flight suit), which I'm wearing in the scary three-person move, and the giant bullhead with flaming horns.  People kept asking me what it was made out of.  I'd tell them "It's a cow face."  They'd ask, "No, really, what is it made out of, it looks so real?"  I'd say, "Really, it is a cow face.  I got it from Maine."  The cow faces also made appearances as a top for my girl Kara.  So thanks for providing such interesting costume raw materials- ones that won't burn through even when splattered with huge amounts of flaming white gas (we didn't mean to check that one, but luck had other ideas).  Now I just need a way of cleaning off that playa dust...
  Best of luck this hunting season!   Matt

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