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Amazing Range of Cork and Leather Supplies by PeggySueAlso

Looking for cork and leather supplies?  You will be as delighted as I was when you check out Tacoma, Washington based PeggySueAlso. Run by Peggy Sue and Megan, they specialize in an amazing range of cork and leather pieces.

There are so many colors and patterns for crafters.  The collection includes simple and plain to heavily patterned and embossed leather offerings.  One of my favorite section is their cork on leather supplies. Who knew you could get metallic cork on leather?

They offer different sizes of leather from smaller pieces which suit jewelry makers to full hides for crafters making larger items. 

Those of you who own die cutters like the Cricut or Silhouette will be drooling once you take a look at their huge selection. 

Peggy and Megan said :

We supply mostly fancy leathers and specialize in leather for crafters with well over 150,000 sq ft of leather in stock! We have full hides of most listed smaller pieces. We purchase and STOCK quality hides and CUSTOM cut them just for your needs! If you are ever in Tacoma,  come visit our huge leather warehouse and select your leather in person!

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  1. wow! some very unique patterns and colors! i love leather; I could sniff it all day. LOL!
    I'm curious- what's the process and reason behind "cork on leather"?

    1. One application I can think off is leather coasters with the cork being the protective lower layer. I think jewelry cut outs with this will make great versatile designs as you can use either side. Perhaps bracelets too with the cork back as it will look neater with textured leather.

    2. hmmm, the wheels are turning...
      I wondered if cork wasn't sturdy enough alone, that the leather strengthened it?

    3. Not sure about that. I have seen cork fabric and it is durable. People use it to make bags.


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