Sherrie Yvonne's Profile

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I started making instrument accessories a few years back when I wanted to provide a colorful and American made alternative to the flood of imported gigbags,rosin pouches,and other musical instrument accessories that are being sold and used en masse. Musicians are a very expressive and individualistic lot-none of us like to be bland in our appearance and the same goes for what we carry our instrument in. On a subconscious level,people often create opinions of us by seeing our gig bags and so forth that we carry our instruments in,including any accessories we may have inside our open cases,or use to hold picks with and the like.
These are my own designs,as I craft my own patterns and am always coming up with new ideas-my goal is to make colorful accessories that radiate your personality,that get you that little bit of extra attention.....mixing in usefulness along with the bling.
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  • Female
  • Born on August 13
  • Joined August 15, 2009

Favorite materials

yarn, cotton, vintage buttons, yo yo makers, ribbon

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About

I started making instrument accessories a few years back when I wanted to provide a colorful and American made alternative to the flood of imported gigbags,rosin pouches,and other musical instrument accessories that are being sold and used en masse. Musicians are a very expressive and individualistic lot-none of us like to be bland in our appearance and the same goes for what we carry our instrument in. On a subconscious level,people often create opinions of us by seeing our gig bags and so forth that we carry our instruments in,including any accessories we may have inside our open cases,or use to hold picks with and the like.
These are my own designs,as I craft my own patterns and am always coming up with new ideas-my goal is to make colorful accessories that radiate your personality,that get you that little bit of extra attention.....mixing in usefulness along with the bling.
Fabrics,bric a brac,and yarns are obtained from many different and unexpected sources. Some are upcycled from being clothing,others are that special find gleaned at a yard sale,some are purchased from various online sources. I can honestly say I never know where the next bit of yardage is coming from!
When I'm not crafting,I teach music online via video chat- I teach beginning mandolin,autoharp,and banjo. When I'm not doing that,I also refurbish autoharps in the Southern California area.

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