Sofaspud

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About Sofaspud

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  • Location
    Corpus Christi Tx
  • Interests
    Science, history, trivia

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Billfolds, holsters, sheaths
  • Interested in learning about
    Improving my tooling, and everything else
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    Web surfing
  1. Damn, I used to think I was a pretty good leather worker, but work like yours (and whole bunch more of the folks on this forum ) illustrate how much I have to learn. That is really fine work.
  2. What he said. That dragon flesh is awesome! Your dye job on it is perfect for bringing out all of the awesomeness. Beautifully executed.
  3. Looks great. Nice stitching and pretty edges.
  4. Thanks for asking. I didn't have a clue either. Great looking work.
  5. Man, I love your work. You have a style all your own. Fantastic.
  6. That's too pretty to put a sweaty glass on. You need a coaster for that coaster.
  7. Very nice job. Looks great.
  8. Congratulations! That is a beautiful holster
  9. Nice job.
  10. Really nice work. I love the colors.
  11. Thank you.
  12. Very cool. One suggestion, next time go with a wonderful Texas gulf coast blue crab, not as much meat, but sooo sweet. Seriously, great looking wallet.
  13. Just finished this sleeve for a Mother's Day gift for my wife. This is the second sleeve I've made. I think it's a big improvement over the first one. I used 8/9 oz. leather. The handle is molded Kydex with 2/3 oz. wrapped around it and attached with rapid rivets. It is much sturdier than the all leather handle on my first attempt. The next one I make I will try reinforcing it with molded raw hide. I welcome any comments or suggestions.
  14. Look very nice. Good job.
  15. I haven't tried Sheridan yet myself, but I saw that Barry King offers groups of suggested stamps for sale at a fairly substantial discount. I also seem to remember that there is a Gomph starter set advertised on Slickbald's website.