Sunday, June 26, 2016

GCC's Parade of Purses- 22 Concealed Carry Purses Sewn in 26 Days

If you are a regular reader of Gina's Craft Corner, you know that I sell concealed carry purses on Etsy. Well, on May 30th, I set a goal of sewing up 39 purses and 8 wallets by July 4th.  However, with only 8 days left until the 4th, I don't think I am going to make it.  I've been showcasing these purses on my facebook page so my customers can follow along and keep track of my progress.  Since I am over half-way to my goal, I thought I would compile the photos here on my blog, because honestly, it has been a blur to me!

Here is what 26 days of late nights and little sleep has produced.

Purse #1 & 2


Purse #3



Purse 4



Purse #5



Wallet redo (my giraffes were upside down).





Purse #6



Purse #7 & 8



Purse #9



Purse #10



Purse #11



Purse #12



Purse 13 & 14



Purse #15



Purse #16



Purse #17




 Purse #18



 I made 4 more purses that I did not take pictures of, so that leaves me 17 to go.

If you are interested in concealed carry purses or know someone who is, please visit my Etsy shop, GCCginascraftcorner, or my store web page, www.ginasconcealedcarry.com for more information. My store will remain closed until the end of July so that I can finish up orders, and possibly introduce a new concealed carry tote.  If you would like to know when I reopen, you can easily sign up for my newsletter on my website.

Want to see what the next 17 purses look like?  Follow along on my facebook page, Gina's Craft Corner, and let me know your favorites.

Thanks for stopping by and have a safe and wonderful 4th of July!

Gina

GCC Links
*Etsy Shop
*GCC-Gina's Concealed Carry store and blog
*Facebook

Friday, June 10, 2016

Pinbellish #41


Welcome to Pinbellish #41!

A Pinning Celebration

 

Pin Trivia 



A rolling pin is a simple tool used to flatten dough.

Over the centuries, rolling pins have been made of many different materials, including long cylinders of baked clay, smooth branches with the bark removed, and glass bottles. As the development of breads and pastries spread from Southern to Western and Northern Europe, wood from local forests was cut and finished for use as rolling pins. The French perfected the solid hardwood pin with tapered ends to roll pastry that is thick in the middle; its weight makes rolling easier. The French also use marble rolling pins for buttery dough worked on a marble slab.

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Friday, June 3, 2016

Pinbellish #40


Welcome to Pinbellish #40!

A Pinning Celebration

 

Pin Trivia 


A belaying pin is a solid metal or wooden device used on traditionally rigged sailing vessels to secure lines of running rigging. Largely replaced on most modern vessels by cleats, they are still used, particularly on square rigged ships.

A belaying pin is composed of a round handle and cylindrical shaft. The shaft is inserted into a hole in various strategically located wooden pinrails (lining the inside of the bulwarks, surrounding the base of masts, or free-standing, called fife rails) up to the base of the handle. A line is then led under and behind the base of the pin then round the top in a Figure-8 pattern till at least four turns are complete.

Excess line is coiled and stored neatly by taking a bight from the upper part of the final strand, looping it over and round beneath the coil, then twisting it once or more before slipping the twisted end over the top of the belaying pin to secure the coil in place.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belaying_pin



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Frame Transformation
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Friday, May 27, 2016

Pinbellish #39

Pinbellish Pinning Party No. 39

Welcome to Pinbellish!

A Pinning Celebration

 

Pin Trivia 

Bridge Pins

Bridge pins are used on some musical instruments to locate the string precisely in the horizontal plane, and in the case of harpsichords to affect the sustain of the strings. They are usually made of steel in modern pianos, of brass in harpsichords, and bone or synthetics on acoustic guitars. Electric guitars do not usually have bridge pins as, in guitars, they are used to transfer the sound from the strings into the hollow body of the instrument as well as holding the strings in place.

In pianos the pins are set precisely in line with the edges of the notches of the bridge. The precise and firm setting of the pins is a critical element of the piano's quality. Loose or inaccurate pinning commonly produces false beats and tonal irregularities.

In harpsichords there tends to be a significant distance instead. This enables control of sustain and tone in harpsichord design.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_pin

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