home//made is funded entirely by sales from this shop, donations and eventually grants - all handmade items have been created by queer + trans makers
6x9 hardcover book, 50 pgs
$35 ($5 us shipping // $20 international shipping)
signed (limited edition of 10) 9x9 print + 6x9 hardcover book, 50 pgs
$110 ($10 us shipping // $30 international shipping)
gallery quality prints
8.5x11 - $50
16x24 - $150
24x36 - $300
(shipping dependent on size)
"not a pretty girl"
proudly printed by:
$100 + s/h (special order please see order form)
made from olive green canvas and buttery-soft up-cycled camel brown leather. perfect for all kinds of makers, with the kind of beauty that only enhances over time and wear. hand stamped "home//made" on front right pocket. special order, sent directly from red hare leather.
$50 + s/h (shipping combined on multiple orders)
limited edition : 100 prints made
this quote by ocean vuong embodies the spirit of home//made through and through. printed by tender heart press, each version is 13x19 and limited edition; available until sold out.
limited edition : 2 still available
$30 + s/h (shipping combined on multiple orders)
3/4" thick chestnut brown leather key chain with brass hardware, hand stamped "home//made"
"kansas city has always been my stomping grounds since birth, and i love being a part of this huge, local, artisan, craft movement this city is adopting and revolutionizing. these days, in between working a full-time job running a food pantry for kiddos in foster care, parenting my own kiddos, and hanging with friends and family, you can find me at my sewing machines and leather work bench.
what started as a tinkering little hobby has increasingly grown into an all-consuming passion, awesome distraction, and flourishing love for the leather community. i started this business on my own in 2015, and it's grown from there with a love of leather products, leather gear, and the leather life. as a non-binary, trans, queer, small business, Red Hare competes and thrives in the local kc artist and leather communities and reaches far beyond."