LNLeatherMember Since 16 Jun 2010
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 12:34 PM
A while back I got some old leather tools on ebay, thinking I would like to learn how to use them. Starting out I was pretty excited about making things with leather and I have to thank my friends and family for appreciating my earlier works.
Some of the things I make are hand tooled and some are embossed, and some are a combination… It sure feels good to know that things that I have made are being used and appreciated.
I have way too many ideas for things I would like to make, and wish there were more hours in a day to do leather work, work (I do have a job) and throw the ball for my little Border Collie that thinks that she is the center of the universe...
* Here's a great place on ebay to get Leather Emboss Plates & Rolls
EMBOSSING DIE COMPANY
* Here's a Great place to find some patterns
OUTSIDE THE BOX PATTERNS
* Here is a Grrreat place for "Leather Craft Templates and Patterns"
Basic Leather Carving with George Hurst
Basket Weave Arrow (by TimKleffner)
Basketweave - Angled Basket Stamping No Template by bruce johnson
Basketweave - Angled Basket Stamping and making a Template (by bruce johnson)
Eagle Feather Demo by Jim Linnell
Free leathercraft patterns sbearstradingpost.com
Handmade Belt and Grrreat stitching Video
How Do I Achieve This Distressed Leather Technique?
How to use a meander tool – by CitizenKate
How to make a Serpentine Border by Frank
Half Saddle Bags
Jim Linnell - Free Patterns
Kingsmere Crafts - Excellent Assorted Leather Work Instructions
Leather Thickness Chart
MEXICAN LOOP STYLE SHEATH TUTORIAL
Projects and Patterns
Saddle Stitch Tutorial
Sheridan Style Drawing
SIMPLE, EASY TO MAKE STITCHING PONY
THE WRTC METHOD OF STITCHING A LEATHER KNIFE SHEATH
WILD ROSE TRADING COMPANY
Lazy N Leather
PO BOX 57
VASHON WA 98070
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- Member Title Leatherworker
- Age 63 years old
- Birthday July 29, 1952
Vashon Island, Wa
Interested in learning about
Continuing L/W Skills
How did you find leatherworker.net?
Googled a pic for tooling & I found leatherworker.net