This week the Paradise Collection officially launched. It began with a preview party and sale for VIP Insiders and YouTube subscribers.
The video below is the official Paradise Collection slideshow, and the Maker Monday is the Live Launch video on YouTube.
All of my videos will now be recorded on YouTube. I am not able to go Live on Facebook anymore, I’m not sure why, so YouTube is now my official channel. My YouTube channel is: Log Cabin Leather by Jan.
The Maker Monday series this week was all about the launch of the new Paradise Collection. I went live on YouTube for the announcement. Watch the video below.
The Workshop Wednesday broadcast this week was a short video about how I came up with the pattern and ideas for the Paradise Collection. How patterns for the handmade leather goods created at Log Cabin Leather by Jan are created was also discussed.
Click the button below to watch this week’s Workshop Wednesday video.
I decided to share this story for my Flashback Friday post. I have known Bud since the museum opened in 1992. I cherish every moment I have had the pleasure to spend with him and look forward to more! Bud and the Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum have been a big influence on my life views and philosophy and has influenced much of my handmade leather goods as well.
Thanks to the Concord Monitor for visiting us last week! What a wonderful article! https://www.concordmonitor.com/Bud-Thompson-Founder-of-the-…
The Spotlight Saturday series this week will highlight the three Paradise Pendants shown below.
Please join me LIVE on YouTube at 11AM (EST) February 29,2020. Below is a link to my YouTube channel: Log Cabin Leather by Jan
Next month my three Live weekly videos- Maker Monday, Workshop Wednesday, and Spotlight Saturday will be all about leather tooling. I will be asking for customer input as I create my next product line?
What new hand tooled leather products would you like to see? Please subscribe to my YouTube channel and help create my next product line!
Jan Hibbard was born and raised in Wakefield, Mass. My love of animals and my interest in crafts developed as a child. My journey with leather began 42 years ago as I working on my teaching degree in Boston. Barnes & Noble opened in downtown Boston and I found a book on leatherwork. It mentioned 2 leather companies located in Boston. I went there the next day and I purchased my first hide of leather and a few tools. I made a leather vest which I still wear today. My LOVE of leather was born and it continues to grow.
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