All United Strangers pieces are done by hand. Tents and truck tarps with more of a desert camouflage look were the raw material for handbags and duffles by Mona B, a fashion accessory company. Another company targeting a more adventurous, youthful crowd is Uber Chic Home. Its designers took old grape harvest crates and framed them with metal to make benches with drawers and consoles. Recently, the company added vintage Swiss Army blankets purchased in Europe and turned them into bench covers and pillows. Old Czechoslovakian army blankets were used to make crosses and background fabric for some of the pillows. BoBo Intriguing Objects also joined the Swiss Army theme with poufs, blankets and pillows in a number of color combinations. The Swiss Army cross is currently one of the most popular motifs. Blue Ocean Traders, which does both one-of-a-kind furnishings and production pieces, was showing a traditional campaign chest in black lacquer with brass accents. It also comes in white and a soft green lacquer.
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Posted: Thursday, February 23, 2017 12:00 am Police are seeking community assistance in solving a pair of unrelated purse thefts. Recently, the department released photos from two separate incidents in which victims reported their handbags were taken. The first reported incident happened at the beginning of the year when a woman left her purse in the shopping cart for just a moment, enquiry Seguin Police spokesman Officer Carlos Contreras said. On Jan. 2, officers were dispatched to H-E-B for a theft report, he said. The victim told officers that she left her purse in the shopping cart where the kids sit. She stepped away from กระเป๋า ZARA the shopping cart, and thats when a suspect, whom she didnt know, had taken it. While investigating the claim, detectives noted a security camera captured the theft, Contreras said. When officers reviewed the security cameras, thats when they noticed a male about 6-foot tall and about 215 pounds walk up to the shopping cart, grabbed the purse and walked out, he said. On video, he was seen getting into a black SUV (sports utility vehicle). The second report happened just two weeks later on Jan.
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