Leather working, as we regard, is a delicate craft that can produce works of art that serve to be functional and everlasting as well. It takes a delicate yet seasoned hand to create a leather good and this post brings to light different techniques that yield different aesthetics and strengths to each stitch. Click HERE to read what Slightly Alabama has to say on leather stitching techniques.
Visit the Maker's Row website HERE for the full post.
There is constant refinement going on here at HomeGrown Goods which brings resent additions to the website. Not only have we added new companies and their products but we've also started on the process of effectively organizing all of this information. As you will see, there are more drop down menus in the top header navigation. Please browse these categories and if there is anything you would like to see different, please let us know. Anyhow, below are the few companies that we have added. Please enjoy:
Be sure to check back for more additions to the Home-GrownGoods.com website.
A blog entry put out by the folks over at Makers Row entitled "Should You Discount?" proved to be quite interesting and what can be expected to be a recurring topic of conversation. Sales and discounts seem to rule the retail world, but what does that say about the brands being sold and the establishment selling them?
Read the article and find out the opinion and business model of Mizzen+Main.
Read the article HERE: http://makersrow.com/blog/2015/01/why-we-still-dont-discount/