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Tarawhite

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About Tarawhite

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  • Birthday November 9

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  • Website URL
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/sevenannine
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    n1tara@yahoo.com

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Longview WA
  • Interests
    celtic designs/tooling, sewing, knitting, rockhounding, mushroom hunting, metal detecting, traveling, fine food... documentaries...

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Celtic and artistic custom wallets, handbags wristbands/cuffs
  • Interested in learning about
    everything leather
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  1. I have interest currently which requires a hold for several weeks. Not sold. Please contact me. Tarakloida@gmail.com
  2. Selling my Cobra 4-P Leather sewing Machine sold by the Leather Machine Company. Pictures and all included can be viewed here: http://www.leathermachineco.com/shop/cobra-class-4-p-premium-package/ I am the second owner of this machine. I purchased it with very little to no hours on the machine, and it was ever so lightly used. I have used it a total of 30 hours. It runs well -no issues with it at all. I will include a few extra spools of thread and extra needles that I have. I am moving across country and cannot take the machine with me. I am asking $2200 I live near Portland Oregon. Buyer will need to arrange pick-up or shipping(which is not included in cost), and payment for purchase is due immediately, Cash, via Paypal or Credit card (can process thru my Square). Would like to sell asap- so no holds. Thank you for looking! Please text me for any questions as I have internet only at library( since I am moving) 360-355-2903 (Tara)
  3. Thanks Grey... Yea... Sometimes things don't work out as planned The overall effect was the most important. When these things happen I remind myself of the First Nation thought of incorporating imperfection into your work as it is arrogance to the Creator/Spirit to desire to create a perfect piece of art. Then I feel a little better....
  4. More pictures per your request LEL. The latter three are of this same design of handbag, dyed Saddle Tan.
  5. Just finished this for my customer Christopher-a gift for his wife... Hand sewn and lined with pigskin suede... Tara Kloida-White www.etsy.com/shop/sevenannine
  6. Hi Biggun... Thanks for the advice. I am having professional drawings made for the form, so have that covered. You sound like a well connected guy. I sell mainly on the internet, which enables me to live in a beautiful setting, but lacks the socialization that one would get from a 9-5 job. I certainly would entertain the idea of a local making them for me though. Love to support local...
  7. Wow, all great suggestions...Thanks! I am so tired of destroying snaps when I am hand setting them. Still deciding...
  8. Thanks guys! I live in a pretty remote area on the Washington coast. The nearest small town is 12 miles away and it doesn't even have a main street. The next nearest is 30 miles away.... and everything along here is pretty much just oyster related. With flat rate pricing on USPS shipping(across usa), I am willing to invest in the right person. If you know anyone, give me a shout.
  9. Beautiful design Trevor!
  10. Hi Trevor... Yes.. But I am designing a custom line of handbags so the shape will be different...
  11. Hi Dwight... In the process of designing. Will contact you once I have a good idea of what I need. I first needed to know if I could source the moulds. With gratitude... ~Tara
  12. Hi... Looking for someone to custom make some leather moulds for my own handbag designs. The moulds would be in the form of a thick block that a person would drape wet leather over to dry to the form. I see them on Ebay from China, I would rather support my USA craftsman. Anyone make these for a hobby or profession? Gratitude, ~Tara
  13. Hi... Looking for someone to custom make some leather moulds for my own handbag designs. The moulds would be in the form of a thick block that a person would drape wet leather over to dry to the form. I see them on Ebay from China, I would rather support my USA craftsman. Anyone make these for a hobby or profession? Gratitude, ~Tara
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