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  1. Thank you, I used dyes for them. Brian
  2. I believe GIMP has a plugin BIMP that is a graphical batching script. I have not used it myself. Never had the need to batch anything. Brian
  3. Thank you Ole South. I will definitely look in to using the jerk awl. Brian
  4. Troy, Thank you. Monica, Thank you, the small pieces weren't too bad. Stitching the back on was a pain. I think next time I will try to stitch it inside out. Not sure how successful I will be in turning it back right side out. Brian
  5. So, my wife drops a change purse she found at the store in front of me and asks, "Could you make one of these?" Challenge accepted. Thank you for looking. Brian
  6. I recent grabbed Inkscape. Haven't had time to really play with it to do much more than a couple basic shapes I needed. I use Gimp for most of my stuff. Brian
  7. Ohio Travel Bag has them A-342.
  8. Thanks, Chief.
  9. Which of their lines did you try. I see they have three different lines and wondered if maybe there was a difference in thickness between them. Brian
  10. Made this for a co-worker's daughter.
  11. Needed to make a change purse for someone and could not find a pattern anywhere I liked. So I just cut out a front. Then cut a back to match. For the sides I just measured the perimeter of the front and cut to that length.
  12. Thanks for the advice on the modeling spoon. The marks that look like knife cuts are actually a result of cheap leather nicks or the beveling tool. Still have to practice on casing the leather and using the bevels.
  13. Have a request for a bikers wallet. Here is end result of my efforts. They provided the image they wanted on it. I used a kit from Springfield Leather. Brian
  14. Wow, that is amazing work. Brian