PutnamLeather

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About PutnamLeather

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  • Birthday 05/21/1979

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Utah
  • Interests
    sass, mountain man, 1800s reenactment, bush-craft, ...

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Leather
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    Everything
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  1. Tandy edge kote

    Haha. What I meant to say is fiebings edge kote I got at the tandy store. I dont think tandy has their own brand.
  2. Hello. I am also interested in seeing what you have if you don't mind.
  3. Tandy edge kote

    Its possible that I did just apply to much to fast. I'll give giardini a try as well. Thanks for your time and info.
  4. Tandy edge kote

    Hey everybody. I've been a leathersmith for some time now but just recently started using fiebings edge kote. I premade a.... LOT of belts for a show and just the day before noticed that the edge kote was cracking and in some cases flaking off! I burnished the edges and applied the kote with an edge tool and hung them to dry. I've never heard of anyone having this problem before. Did I just get a bad batch.? Not shaken well enough? I've seen some people say you have to melt the edges? Has anybody else had this problem? If so i would really love to know how to fix it.
  5. Mauser broomhandle holster pattern help

    Awesome thank you! I couldn't find anything. I will definitely post the first I shed product as soon as done.
  6. Hey everybody. If you can spare the time I need help finding a pattern for the mauser c-96. Actually all I really need is a good outline and measurments of the stock. Any help would be greatly appreciated and thank you in advance.
  7. Need custom wallet made

    Hello, We make custom belts, holsters, wraps, and several other things with cow, kangaroo, stingray, and crocodile.. we have english bridal and traditional american harness leather on hand and can order others if needed. What does the wallet look like and what kind of leather were you thinking of re making it out of? If you like we can talk here or over text. Our phone number is on our website too at Hellhoundleatherco.com and our email is hellhoundleatherco@gmail.com I look forward to hearing from you. Gavin.
  8. First Aid Kit

    Hello, If you google "leather first aid kit" there's easily a hundred examples of other peoples work. It should give you a good starting referance at least. Good luck!
  9. Custom collars needed

    I actually just opened up shop for making custome collars and other things. Anything Goes. We have a Facebook and etsy shop. What are you thinking as far as design?
  10. Leather couch restoration

    Does anyone know any tricks to restore scratched leather on vintage couches? Other than the scratches the couch is in great condition.
  11. How To Search

    Hey guys and dolls. I haven't been on for a long time. How do I search for spacific posts. I'm looking for the hand of God rig tut I saw a few years back and am not sure how to look for it. Thanks in advance for any help. If I can ever be of any use let me know.
  12. Gold Leaf Shields

    I haven't done it myself yet but plan to, I traded a whip a while back for a book of gold leaf. If you look up 'GILDING' on YouTube there are a tone of videos on how other people do it. Good luck.
  13. Leather Clad Pipe

    If I were going to try it I think I would go for 1 - 2oz leather and probably super fine thread with at least 6 or 7 stiches per inch. Pics would be great when you get done too. Oh, and you'll probably want to lightly case the leather while its being stiched so it'll streach around the pipe and not let the thread tear through the leather.
  14. Dragon Scales

    I used craft tool #f941 for this and just followed the body direction.
  15. How Do I.... Flatten Leather To Make It Workable?

    I like to case the entire thing and lay it on a flat surface until it dries. You'll have to put some books in plastic wrap along the edges to keep them from curling too. Tacking it down sounds like it would be a lot faster though. : )