Stewart

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About Stewart

  • Rank
    Leatherworker
  • Birthday 10/06/1946

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lutz, Florida
  • Interests
    Dream catchers, journals, baseballs and scraps.
    Tobacco Pipes-Knives.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Baseballs
  • Interested in learning about
    How to sell!!!!!!!!!!
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  1. Whats it all about for me.

    Thank Yo Billybopp
  2. Whats it all about for me.

    Thank You ByNelson.
  3. Well this is the second time I was asked to display at our local Library. The biggest hit is the carved paintings on the easels. I guess that's the direction I am headed . Do love doing them.. Glad to get rid of the gitters from hoping the customer likes what he ordered.
  4. Boy Fishing

    Another rounder for Library display coming up. Just need to do the fish and cane pole.
  5. Bass in submerged limbs

  6. Bass in submerged limbs

    This is the last of fish for awhile. On to a different theme.
  7. Bass Trolling.

    Leaving it like it is. I have enough of these to do a "one Man Showing" BYOB style
  8. For Gimpy

    Well I have to put the rounds aside for a while. Been cutting down dead oak trees and the branches has taken a tool on my arms .I was emailed a instructions on doing arm bands at the same time,so I am going to make a couple . I like to thank all that viewed my pictures. Thank you. Joe Stewart
  9. For Gimpy

    I polish it a lot. That's wrong . Thank you. Have to see google has silhouettes of animal sprits.
  10. For Gimpy

    Thank you. Just a silhouette off google.
  11. For Gimpy

    I used a mulefoot. Used a wing divider to size the width and length that set the spacing. Right on. First stike sets the angle of rest.
  12. Copper Head Bluegill.

    Doing one part a day. Put on miniature easel and to display when finished.
  13. For Gimpy

    Thank you all, I guess Coaster is the wrong term to use. I display these on miniature easels. For one reason or another, Leather products are a hard sell around here. The 4 inch rounds provide an inexpensive way to try different themes and I became additive to them. 4 x6 inch cutouts also make good displays also.
  14. For Gimpy

    We accrued a Peacock, India Blue,. He was with a group of 12 that are now free range. Somehow his leg/ toes were injured and stayed when the others left. So it inspired me to do a coaster of him.
  15. Matching Colors

    Well kinda figured out. Sealed it and repainted. I think that layering the colors instead of mixing to match will work.