9tpi

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About 9tpi

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  • Birthday 03/15/1985

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Ontario, Canada
  • Interests
    Vintage Motorcycles. Shoes and Clothing. Traditional european leatherworking and the related techniques.

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Nothing yet, still leaning
  • Interested in learning about
    Traditional european leather/saddle work

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  1. looks great man
  2. Last pics, natural light.
  3. Oops! Forgot to put the tassel on for the pics.
  4. Thank you for the kind words.
  5. love it
  6. With this particular bag the lining is essentially a "bag within a bag". Nothing too complex. Its just a matter of clean execution. lots of checking and re-checking my measurements.
  7. I do my best to line everything up as square as possible. Then I use edge paint; sanding between each coat. A little assistance from my hot iron as well.
  8. Thanks! Yes i guess you could say its a dropped in lining. I personally, don't know the terms, just how i do them. I could not agree more. Its the main reason why this bag was a success. Thanks!
  9. Thanks or the kind words. Yes, as we all know one you make a cut or a punch there is no going back. I spend more time planning my next move than I do the move itself. Thank you very much Thanks DJole! Thanks very much
  10. They are a "filled handle" you can use rope or tubing. Roll the leather around it and sew it all up! Thank you very much. Some people love the edging process, to be honest, I despise it lol! Thank you
  11. Thank you. Far from flawless lol, but thank you very much! Thank you!
  12. Hello everyone Here is a recent woman's bag I made using tumbled Horween Essex. The leather is about 6/7oz and slightly spongy. Its sewn at 6 spi (7 tpi) with fil au chinois linen thread; size 432 Fully lined with interior pocket. And a shot of the hide Thanks for looking
  13. Hey guys Just a few pics of a dopp kit that I'm making for a family friend for Christmas. It'll be gusseted construction. 5 oz Horween Latigo, hand sewn with 432 fil au chinoise linen thread. stay tuned Chris
  14. This is a pretty rad look