Friday, May 7, 2010

Tudor money pouch


He likes his new leather money pouch - a pity it's not full of coins, because then he might be able to buy some clothes!

14 comments:

  1. Glenda,

    You always come up with the most wonderful designs for your leather pieces. I love that pouch!!! I'd like to have a real size one. LOL

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  2. Great pouch, Glenda -- is that one of the projects in your article? I can't wait to see it!

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  3. Thankyou!

    Nina - no, the money pouch isn't; the article has a leather bucket, leather tankards (tapered or straight), pattens and a costrel (drinking bottle). I'm working on more future possible magazine projects - I'll probably include this.

    Glenda

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  4. It looks fab! You better do him some coins, poor guy running around naked :)

    Ira

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  5. I´m amazed you can make the pouch in such a small scale. Can a small scale pouch be great? It is!

    I agrre with Ira, you have to give the poor man a few coins, so he can get dressed. Not that we don´t enjoy naked men, but still ;0)

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  6. That pouch looks wonderful, you must have very soft leather to be able to make it look so good at that scale. Better get him dressed, will he be in leather too?

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  7. Amazing detail, it looks great. x

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  8. I'm being a perfectionist about his clothes which is why they haven't happened yet! The story of my days - afraid to try something if it's not going to be right first time. You'd think I'd have learned better at my age!

    Margaret - every piece of leather I have acts differently, and it's fascinating what works and what doesn't for different projects. Old gloves are a treasure.

    Glenda

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  9. That's amazing! Such perfection in so tiny an object.

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  10. Es una maravilla!
    Como puedes hacer una cosita tan pequeña....tan perfecta?
    besitos ascension

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  11. Love the pouch...hope he can 'afford' some clothing soon lol

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  12. Glenda, what you do with leather is amazing--now make that lad some clothes! LOL! I have some porcelain mini doll molds and I sew but it is the dressing them I dread! Why? Because it's what I excel at: Procrastinating! It's my greatest talent and I use it well!

    Jody

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  13. Incredible work Glenda- you continue to amaze me with your miniatures!

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  14. Hi Glenda , thank you for your interest in my blog.

    I really like this picture. The composition is so endearing, a man looking at his money pouch as if he's weighing it or maybe he's curious because he has just found it, deciding should I return it or not..love that expression and of course, your pouch is just fabulous!

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