Spartan

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About Spartan

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  • Birthday 03/27/1975

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    San Antonio, Castroville, Texas

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  1. Spartan Custom Leather in Castroville Texas is looking for someone with leather crafting experience. Must have own tools. Get paid per order. We have a LOT of orders to make all sorts of projects.. Call Cole Wilcox :830-854-1115
  2. Thank you guys very much! Other than the original manual I couldn't find any information so this made my day! Uwe, according to the manual, it calls for 7x5 for leather, but i couldn't find any information on them so I came to the experts.
  3. Hello all, I'm looking for needles for a singer 7-33, I need 7x5 but am having no luck with google.
  4. Can someone please tell me where I can find a supplier that will sell me 2 or 3 sandal footbeds at a time. All I can find is 500-1000 pair minimum orders.
  5. Oltoot, thanks for the ID
  6. Gary, thanks for the info! I'll take a look at that website
  7. Had this saddle brought to me. Looks like a McClellan but has no ID or makers mark o n it. The only markings are the initials W.J.M. on the tree.
  8. Take a look at sailright. They have a vinyl that is, I gues the word is stetchy.... Is really easy to work with and form to the seat.
  9. My friend (Francisco) owns an establish saddle and custom leather shop and is looking for leatherworkers in the San Antonio/Boerne Texas area. If you are interested or want more information please contact him at (830)331-8505.
  10. I have a saddle of the same style, made back in the 30's. Are you going to use it or is it for decoration?
  11. Hello Elay77, I use resolene cut 50/50 with water. Then I use neutral boot wax over it. I've only made 15 solo seats so my experience is limited, but I haven't had any complaints yet... fingers crossed For the natural worn look I use 0000 steel wool. Again limited exerience but thats the best medium I have found to distress leather. Hope that helps
  12. Hey, welcome to the forum from San Antonio!
  13. I cant believe no one has posted on this yet! Interesting design, very kool. How did you cut it out? The cut looks so smooth, like it was pressed out.