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  1. An introduction to the art of bridlemaking, featuring over 200 photographs as well as diagrams. This book covers: tools and materials; cutting, preparing, stitching and finishing leather; different styles of bridles; size tables; headcollars, martingales, breaking and schooling aids, girths, stirrup leathers, accessories; and glossary of terms 270 pages $125 US —Plus Shipping
  2. Cary Schwarz Leather Shop DVD $75 Fort Erie, Ontario Two Disk Set Leather Shop Techniques Disk One: SHOP TOUR: Cary gives a full tour of his shop and equipment while sharing his thoughts on how a work area should be organized. TOOLS: Cary discusses each of the tools he uses every day.He takes the time to describe why it's such an important tool,then demonstrates how to use it while pointing out some valuable little tips and tricks (this includes sharpening techniques for each of the edged tools) Length 49 min. Disk Two Leather discussion: Not all areas of the cow hide produce the same quality and type of leather.In the film Cary shows what locations on a hide produce the best quality as well as what the other areas might be used for.He then describes the various types of tannage a piece of leather might have and what advantages each type has. Hand Sewing: Tips for threading needles,positioning hands,and finding rhythm while hand sewing are discussed.Cary also compares and contrasts hand sewing to machine sewing, outlining the advantages of each and what makes them so different mechanically. Finishing Techniques: Cary demonstrates the use of his preferred finishing products that help make his projects look and feeltop notch.This includes a segmant on his durable hot wax edge finishing technique. Length 43 min. Post to More Places Like
  3. Cary Schwarz Leather Shop DVD $75 Fort Erie, Ontario Two Disk Set Leather Shop Techniques Disk One: SHOP TOUR: Cary gives a full tour of his shop and equipment while sharing his thoughts on how a work area should be organized. TOOLS: Cary discusses each of the tools he uses every day.He takes the time to describe why it's such an important tool,then demonstrates how to use it while pointing out some valuable little tips and tricks (this includes sharpening techniques for each of the edged tools) Length 49 min. Disk Two Leather discussion: Not all areas of the cow hide produce the same quality and type of leather.In the film Cary shows what locations on a hide produce the best quality as well as what the other areas might be used for.He then describes the various types of tannage a piece of leather might have and what advantages each type has. Hand Sewing: Tips for threading needles,positioning hands,and finding rhythm while hand sewing are discussed.Cary also compares and contrasts hand sewing to machine sewing, outlining the advantages of each and what makes them so different mechanically. Finishing Techniques: Cary demonstrates the use of his preferred finishing products that help make his projects look and feeltop notch.This includes a segmant on his durable hot wax edge finishing technique. Length 43 min. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1744574955565268&set=gm.1595853400530047&type=3&theater&ifg=1
  4. Cylinder Arm/Binder

    I have been asked lately to repair Hockey equipment . The final step quite often is edge binding. I have a Binder mounted on Adler 267/373 table top machine and it works very well for product you can fit into the sewing area. When I do large Goalie pads , Blocker Mitts and Catcher Mitts, unless I completely disassemble them I am unable to get them near the Binder. I am shopping for a Cylinder arm machine with a binder. Is there anybody here that would have a suggestion where to start? I have an Artisan 4000 (large frame chinese copy of a Juki 441 ) could a binder be applied to the Artisan?
  5. Need SQUEEZE coin purse mechanism

    Ohio Travel Bag cost is .44ea or .38 for 12 .33 for 144 page 61 in their catalog which is viewable on line
  6. Crimson hides pricking iron

    They are two different tools,one is for pricking and the other stitching
  7. question on leather hide

    What company did you buy that Leather from?
  8. Accidental Neatsfoot oil saturated spot

    Very fine sawdust may absorb , it's what is used at the tannery clean and remove oil. leave it on over night see what happens
  9. Thread Issue

    This #46 Nylon thread I just purchased is flying apart or fraying while I'm sewing . Would you say that perhaps this is an old product or is this common with some thread? I have sewn for years and always see a bit debris , but this is from about 45 to 60 seconds of sewing.
  10. Small Clicker

  11. Small Clicker

    https://1drv.ms/f/s!AvKbpw0L0slJpWEyo5lfqodGBJLL This a link to pictures of a small Pattern Press I have for sale Robin
  12. Carve cursive writing? (pic)

    Cordless thread burner from Proleptic
  13. New Belts