Geoff

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  1. Korean Leather Tools

    Thanks for that - some really nice tools on display
  2. Korean Leather Tools

    I dropped on this Instagram page https://instagram.com/carstylist/ Whether this refers to someone who makes tools or sells them I have no clue, but the tools illustrated look amazing. The web site does not work for me.
  3. That is a great idea for holding the belt in place. Have you tried it for burnishing? By the way, what are the tensioning devices called? Thanks for sharing
  4. Adult Section Request

    Does anyone ever get into this section?
  5. Toadskin is just like leather apart from the uneven surface. The large "warts" are thicker and harder than the rest of the skin.
  6. Made this up for myself from the skin of Australian Cane Toad. Lining and inner pockets from calfskin and hand stitched all round with 0.8mm Tiger thread. It measures 100mm long (folded) x 76mm wide This is now my EDC wallet
  7. Hello From Sunny Scotland

    Excellent work Gordon, both the buckles and the straps. I love the fact that you made all from scratch.
  8. Expensive Vs Cheap Pricking Iron

    Could you please provide a link to the high end Chinese tools?
  9. Double Sided Tape

    I use 3M tape at 0.25" width. In some circumstances, I find it better than glue.
  10. Adult Section Request

    I am beginning to think that it does not exist any more!!
  11. Adult Section Request

    Has anyone been admitted recently?
  12. Watch Band Parts

    this is also worth a look at http://www.watch-tool.de/html/pliers_hammer.php
  13. Adult Section Request

    Can I have access please?
  14. No Stitching Dog Lead

    Thanks for the rapid response, it has helped me find this tutorial (King's X - I think this is the one you referred to) So easy when someone shows you how........
  15. No Stitching Dog Lead

    I have been asked by a friend to make a dog lead similar to this one. I believe thee knot is called a "bleed knot" I have searched around but can't find clear details of how to do it. It is unclear to me if it should be done with 2 long slits or several short ones. Can anyone help please?