Seamus76

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  1. Oh I have no doubt. It was just laying around and I figured I'd give it a shot, but yeah you're right, I can imagine even the cheapest airbrush is better than that.
  2. Thanks for the thread. I was looking at HF brushes and had seen some bad reviews, but I think I'll give them a try. Especially given I won't really use it much. I was able to pull this first attempt off, only using a small Preval disposable sprayer from Home Depot. The stencil was cut by hand from a sheet of paper. Not bad I thought.
  3. My pleasure, I'm sure it will work out, but be sure to post a pic when you're done.
  4. Like I said, I mainly use the Hemp or Bamboo, so a quick search on Hemtique.net gave me this. http://hemptique.net/products/hemp-cord-variegated-rainbow-20 Not sure it's what you're looking for, but I also found it by searching "hemptique rainbow". And I'm pretty sure it comes slightly waxed, but waxed or not, I always wax it by hand (yeah I said it) with beeswax. It's a good selling point and helps from fraying, etc.
  5. Wallets, journals, and clutches are primarily what I do, and for everything I use Hemp or Bamboo thread. Personally I like touting the amazing "natural strength" of both, and they come in a wide variety of sizes and colors. I have use the below person on ebay multiple times and will continue to use them again, and again. They always throw in samples and sometimes larger spools as a thank you. I know there are stronger synthetic threads, but I have never had a problem with Hemp or Bamboo, and they have a greater novelty factor if you're selling your goods. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261618438048?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&var=560492890699&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
  6. I would think someone on here has some good recipes, hopefully they'll share. In the mean time I've been playing around with this formula, and have had some good results keeping it simple. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-High-Grade-Natural-Beeswax-Leather-Pol/ This also has some good things to consider. http://www.bobvila.com/articles/homemade-leather-conditioner/#.VeY6WPZVhrM