Haversack by Terry SmithKatie Horn
Terry Smith contributed an intriguing haversack that offers a pleasant contrast in colors. This large shooter’s bag is made from a repurposed piece of nineteenth century coverlet. The flap is made from rustic, untrimmed deerskin that still shows a bit of deer hair. The leather portions of the bag were dyed with walnut hulls and treated with bear grease and neat’s-foot oil.
Terry Smith: email@example.com
Text by Joshua Shepherd
Photography by Gordon Barlow/Katie Horn