LeatherLegion

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    Brampton ON. Canada

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    leather dog collars
  • Interested in learning about
    wallets, bags, holsters, knife sheats...

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  1. Clicking from the "wrong side"

    Clicking from the "wrong side" will put a bevel on that side's edges as you noticed Depending on how you gonna put those pieces together , it might be a good thing ..or not. For anything under 2-3oz it will probably not make a difference. When i made my pocket dies (left and right side) i actually made just one longer die and then cut the leather piece in half ending up with 2 pockets ( left and right side) . The longer die was cheaper then having 2 individual dies made . I would also use the longer die to make the pockets for long wallets where the card would be side by side with stitching in between them . The pockets pictured bellow (left and right side) were just one long pocket that i cut down the middle
  2. Card wallet

    I used an adjustable edge creaser (like the one pictured)heated with a regular lighter ..i am happy that detailed didn't go unnoticed . Thanks !
  3. Card wallet

    I am still fighting with the back side when hand stitching.and i didn't want to take any chances on this wallet as it took me about 2 hours to make it...lol...I also wanted to try that Nakajima even though i dont have a motor for it yet and i had to turn it by hand The print is an older piece of leather i had for over 6-7 years from the time i used to make dog collars ...used it as an inlay. I's a croc belly print , 3-4oz probably
  4. Card wallet

    Here is an older card wallet design i made , using now glazed pig skin for lining and pockets ..I am so happy with the outcome that i had to post it under "show off" Also first time using my new acquisition, Nakajima 341 ...excellent machine ! Any comments including critiques are welcomed
  5. Custom collars needed

    Here is some of my work as far as collars goes. Feel free to contact me if interested.Thanks ! MollossMaster Collars
  6. custom clicker dies

    His shop was only 10 minutes from me...we used to spend hours talking...very nice guy! I contacted the guy that bought his equipment but i never had the chance yet to drop by his shop and see the quality of his dies. He is only about an hour from me.
  7. custom clicker dies

    Economy die went out of business few monts ago...retired actually...Zlatco was my "go to guy" too
  8. Pedestal Table

    Looking for a pedestal table for a cylinder arm sewing machine .Please message me with pictures , cost and location. Thank you !
  9. Manual clicker press

    All cast iron made , twice as heavy (or more) then a Lucris(or clones) , probably much stronger , the top plate is also bigger and easier to adjust for height. The only disadvantage is that the head doesn't swing out of the way
  10. Cowboy CB4500

    Excellent condition , runs flawlessly and comes with everything pictured The needle plate was custom made and the feed dog modified in order to be able to stitch closer to the edge Located in Brampton Ontario Canada Machine needs to be picked up as i will not ship it Firmed priced at $3000 Feel free to message me any questions you might have . Thank you !
  11. Manual clicker press

    This press needs to be picked up as a I will not ship it due to its weight. I just bought a Lucris so this one is up for sale. The press is in good condition, no cracks, and works flawlessly. The top plate is 12in in diameter and can be adjusted for different heights clicker dies. The handle is 32in long. Feel free to message me any questions you might have. Located in Brampton Ontario Canada Priced firm at $1100 Thank you!
  12. Lucris MA III manual clicker press

    I bought it last year...didn't needed , but at that price it was a steal.
  13. Needle feed , cylinder arm

    I am looking for a needle feed , cylinder arm machine with or without the table ... probably prefer just the head as it might be easier for me to make shipping arrangements .If you are within few hours of driving from Toronto , then table and motor would be fine as i can pick it up myself Anything similar to a Consew 223R , Juki 321 and such would be great.Needs to be light/medium duty able to go all the way to a #138 thread , reverse and in good condition mechanically and aesthetically . Might consider similar walking foot machines if the price is right Please message me pictures and price of what your machine Thank you !
  14. Juki 1341 vs Consew 227

    .Hi there Are these machine pretty much the same thing? Are they using common accessories... feet... bobbins. and so on? Is one better than the other one? Thank you!