Suede Healing Pouch
Teri Barnett Moore adds herbs, gemstones and attaches a small goddess figure to her suede neck pouch.
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Materials and Tools:
dried sage leaves
polymer clay goddess figure
carved face bead (or polymer clay face bead)
small round bowl (approximately 6" in diameter)
1. Place a 6-inch diameter bowl upside down on the suede, press to leave an indentation and cut out the circle.
2. Make marks along the circumference of the sued circle approximately 1 inch apart.
3. Punch holes at the marks using a 1/6-inch hand punch (figure B).
4. Make two marks about an inch apart near the center of the circle. Make a second set of marks about 1-1/2 inch out from these marks (figure C).
5. String milagro legs with beads and attach at the marks near the center.
6. String milagro arms with beads and attach at secondary marks (figure D).
7. Cut 36 inches of leather cord for the suede healing pouch. Cut cord longer or shorter depending on the desired length.
8. String leather cord through the holes around the circumference of the suede circle, overlapping so the ends are at opposite sides of the circle (figure E).
9. Gather 'healing' materials for the suede pouch–sage, lavender, lemon grass, stones, whatever feels appropriate to the wearer.
A little girl's lavender bedroom is transformed into a floral wonderland.