That’s the “Scoutmaster 83” large zippered pouch.
Den & Delve created this amazing bag from a piece of an old canvas duffel bag and a slice of leather from a vintage jacket. It’s lined in the greatest red serape too.
Isn’t it just the coolest?
OOOhhh, and how about those patches? They’re vintage Boy Scout camporee patches and pins from the 60’s and 70’s.
Y’all can find this bag, and a handful of other one of a kind handmade bags, for purchase in the Den & Delve Shop.
Be sure to check out the Den & Delve Blog for more of the story behind these limited-edition (When they’re gone, they’re gone) bags inspired by nostalgic childhood summers. Can’t you just smell the campfire, pine needles and “Deep Woods Off”? I know that I can.
(On a side note here; Yes, everyone of y’all knows that I could make my own version of these….So stay tuned. Because it just might happen)
These are really cool. My imagination is on over drive right now. 🙂
Same here Judy….I have all those elements, just need to fit them together now.
Just found your blog-Love you guys and your cool style. I’m having fun scrolling back.
Leslie, we can never get enough comments like this!!!! Just doing what we do and so happy when someone like you connects with it! Happy scrolling, you have a bout 500 posts to enjoy!
Thanks for sharing my Camp & Scout Collection! Don’t give me too much competition when you start making your own! 😉
Seriously though, happy to hear you are inspired – that’s equally important to me. Enjoy!
Oops! Caught u! As soon as I saw those bags I knew I needed to share them. (Hope that I sent you a few sales or, at least, new admirers like ourselves) As far as my sewing skills, you don’t need to worry about the competition. HA! But Jamie has started adding patches to a bag he’s had for years……and I’ve pulled out some Pendleton scraps and worn leather to see what I can come up with. Thank you so much for the inspiration. (And your AMAZING photography)