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  1. I am trying to find a chisel with a round hole. Currently, I am using a 4mm set(2 prong, 4 prong,etc) of chisels that are a diamond shape. I am trying to find a set that makes round holes. With the exception of a cheap cheap set on Amazon I came across, I do not know where to go. I did see a 4 in 1 on the Tandy website but unsure if it is equivalent to the size I am using. Does anyone know where I can go to purchase a set to make the round holes? Thanks
  2. Sell sewing machine Duerkopp Adler 669-180010. Number of needles: Single needle. Stitch Type: Shuttle. Platform, type: Sleeve. With triple advancement. Energy saving stepper motor with needle positioning function. 750W, 1x230V. Table (height adjustable). Countertop 1200x550mm. Lamp. Suspended (folding on top) ruler adjustable 0-42 mm. A set of one-sided legs. Needles 134-35 LR 100, 110, 120, 130, 140 for 30 pcs. Bobbins Duerkopp. Duerkopp oil. The sewing machine was purchased from a Duerkopp dealer in Lithuania. In production not used. Condition: new. Ptice 3200 $ (or 2800 euros) + delivery from Riga (Latvia). Price without VAT. Delivery by transport company from Latvia. Shipping cost depends on the location of the buyer.
  3. Sell leather splitting machine, leather saddler shoemaker orthopedic 160 mm. Working machine. Price 570$ (or 500 euros) + delivery from Riga (Latvia). Price without VAT. Delivery by transport company from Latvia (Riga). Shipping cost depends on the location of the buyer.
  4. Sell leather splitting machine Camoga CN403, 40cm. Working machine, with a spare knife. 3300 $ (or 2900 euros) + delivery from Riga (Latvia). Price without VAT. Delivery by transport company from Latvia (Riga). Shipping cost depends on the location of the buyer.
  5. I called Toledo Industrial sewing today and asked if they had a thread lubricating oil pot.. They do.. The Ferdco Pro 2000 has one that Mr. John Bianchi used in his western belt and holster making video set. That's how i know about an oil pot. I ordered one and am attaching it to my Cobra 4 machine.. This should help when sewing thick leather where the needle likes to stick.
  6. Hi, Have a question about a type of stitch and also its strength. The stitch I want to know about is in this video below. It is the first stitch he does, single needle method. My questions: -1. What is the name of the stitch. He says it gives the look of the 2 needle saddle stitch method. Is it still called a saddle stitch? -2. Also is this stitch strong and if one stitch breaks, say in the middle, will they all pull through? 3-. Is there a different way to start and finish this type of stitch? I cant end it like he does with putting it between the two pieces. I just cant keep it tight to do it. So what I have been doing is when I get to the end on the second pass that takes me to where I started to end the stitch, I then just go a few more holes the opposite way(so 3 times through each hole) just a few holes, cutting it and adding a dab of glue. Appreciate any help and thank you Hand sew leather video
  7. Help with Armor

    I've set myself the goal of recreating the armor for The Witcher 3, for fun purposes, not full contact re-enactment. Knowing that this is artwork and there will be inconsistencies from picture to picture and that certain things won't work in real life I wanted to ask a lot of questions before I cut any leather! I'm currently working on the chest piece. It looks like the chest is one piece but I couldn't figure out how you would make a pattern for that. To make a pattern I took saran wrap, covered myself then covered it in duck tape. Then I cut it off, adjusted it and transferred it to paper. I've made the chest pattern as 2 pieces, with it attaching at the shoulders with lacing and clasps at the sides. I don't think this lacing is historically accurate but I thought that since it will be hidden under the shoulder pauldrons it should be fine - I think lacing was used for armor in roman times but was clasps in medieval times. I did find something very similar from another person but couldn't find a reference person. The leather I am using for the chest is black 8-9oz latigo and the brown is 8-9oz horween. Questions: How do I get the shape molded for the pectorals? I've read about wet-forming but what would use/make as a mould? The chest seems to have a split down though the center to the bottom of the pectorals, I assume this is to be able to get in and out of the armor, will wet forming make it too stiff? Do I need to put metal eyelets in at the shoulders for the lacing? The sides come together and attach with clasps under the arms, It looks like it's a perfect fit but should I make it slightly overlap instead? The neck has a collar that comes up, how do I make it so it attaches all around? How do I attach it? Do I need to make seam allowances? The bottom part of the body is separate from the chest piece. I was thinking of a wife beater type top with the chainmail and large side pieces only on the bottom portion. The pauldrons are held down by 2 large straps that crisscross the body. Question: For the edges which hold down the chainmail, do I cut one set of the side pieces short so that they don't overlap? or do I overlap them? Reference front: Reference side: Reference back: Similar Chest Piece:
  8. Hi everyone new to the forum just wanted to say hi. Im sure im going to have lots of questions soon so get ready hahaha. Here is my work bench at the moment and my first bit of tooling, I made my own swivel knife today because I wasnt happy with my cuts and now I wish I did that before I started on my wallet but o well haha.
  9. From Russia with love

    Hi! My name is Igor Sergeev. I am a designer and master from Russia. I want to share with you a few of my works. All work is done by hand using a saddle stitch. I really hope that you will like them. More of my work can be seen on instagram instagram.com/umptekdesign Just watch my videos on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC63ScdkQVZh8kUWFgY-5o8w?view_as=subscriber
  10. Need help choosing leather

    Hey, I am intending to make some leather garments for myself but whenever I go browsing online for a good leather for this in many colors, I get overwhelmed. Deer tan cowhide or designer or garment leather? What do I want to use? What comes in a wide range of vibrant colors that is good for leather garments?
  11. I’m looking at making some leather patch hats but I’m not close enough to a leather store to put hands on leather and feel what I want. Anyone have suggestion as what to use? I will be engraving and cutting the leather on a laser machine and sewing them onto hats.
  12. This here is my latest prototype (after about a dozen previous shots at it that I was not happy with). I am finally happy with this one. I will try to put up more pictures from other angles but I have to fish for them as my pictures from my phone seem to be too big. The back is good side out and the inside is lined with chrome-free pigskin. The front is actually three pieces. Two pieces of 4.5 to 5 oz and the inlay sandwiched between (but not out to the edges). The front also has the good side of the leather facing in on the inner part. This way, the future resident will only come in contact with the good side of the leather on one side and chrome-free pigskin on the other. The front is also slightly larger than the back to form that small bit of space. I did not water-form this one and I don't think I will. The model 1911 fits perfectly and has great retention as it is. Critique most certainly welcomed and encouraged!
  13. Restoration and sharpening of C.S Osborne No. 86 splitter
  14. Custom banjo strap

  15. I'm new to braiding and want to know what leather to use and where to buy it. NelsonG
  16. Has anyone ever made their own tooling solution? If so how could I make my own? Here is an example of what I am talking about, https://www.tandyleather.com/en/product/eco-flo-easy-carve-concentrate-8-oz
  17. Singer 132k6 hook help

    Hi everyone, I recently purchased a singer 132k6 and have gradually been moving through the machine and fixing some minor issues. I'm stuck on how to set the hook-needle gap. At the moment I'm using organ 214 system needles and the hook grazes the needle which I'm sure is the reason I'm dropping stitches. I don't see a lot of room for adjustment of the lateral position of the hook, but I'm sure an adjustment like this must be possible. I see 3 screws on the hook itself which I imagine are used to set the position of the hook relative to the needle travel, but are these also used to set the gap? Has anyone worked with these machines before? Do I need to try a different needle system? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Best, John
  18. Waxed leather coasters

    Hey guys and gals! I’ve been thinking, and we know that’s a dangerous past time, right? Okay, so my friend is a coaster fiend. Coasters under everything... So what’s for Christmas? Coasters! But not just normal coasters, I’m choosing a series of thought bubbles from a book called “You Are Here” by Jenny Lawson. Great stuff. You should look into it. Anyway, I was wondering if any of you know the process by which you soak leather in wax to make it water proof-ish. Times, temperatures, stuff like that. Thank you!
  19. Hi everyone, I'm new here and this is my first post I want to make a satchel and like the look of the leather in this pic https://www.scaramangashop.co.uk/images/products/verylarge/scaramanga_boysandgirlslargevintageleathersatchel16inch_1464943461LargeVintageLeatherSatchel16InchSATC120374.jpg?1464947063 Is this what you call antiquing? or is it a specific type of leather? Thanks so much, cheers, pights.
  20. Hello Everyone, I am new to leather work and have been making small accessories for about a year. I ultimate goal is to make horse tack for barrel racing or possibly heavy leather hand bags. I am looking at investing into a leather sewing machine, what should I be looking for? What machines will work for me? I plan to make breast collars, halters, nose bands, etc. Let me know what you think. Thanks in Advance, Jessica
  21. Bosal Supplies Europe/Austria

    Hi everyone, I'm a 24 year old girl from Austria/Europe and started playing around with leather a year ago! My resent project was a bosal - made with the book and supplies from Gail Hought, material was kangaroo leather. I'm somewhat satisfied with the result und would like to continue learning braiding bosals, preferably I would like to stick to kangaroo for a while as I've found I was confident with braiding with it. However, I have no idea where to get supplies here in Europe. I would also need some rawhide to build the inner core. For all other projects where I only needed some skirting leather, I've ordered from "SoftArtLeder" https://www.softart-leder-shop.de/btc/ but they do only carry one color of kangaroo (black). Where do you European guys order your bosal supply? Do you think I can start with some other leather types provided by SoftArtLeder for the beginning? Any tip is highly appreciated!! With best regards, Christina
  22. Hi All, I am on the market for a new sewing machine and I am pretty certain that I am going to go with the Cobra Class 3. The one thing I am hung up on is the threading options. All of my work has been hand stitched. I am a big fan of Tiger Polyester Braided Thread Waxed (Ritza 25) sold by Abbey England supplier. Question: Can waxed braided polyester thread be feed through these machines? - What nylon thread is similar to the braided polyester? - Should I just spend the extra $700 dollars and get the Cobra class 4, or can I get away with the class 3? I make rifle scabbards, knife sheaths, belts, bags. I think that the CAMPBELL Lock-Stitch and UNION Lock-Stitch can run other types of thread, but I have read that they have a steep learning curve, in limited supply and pretty pricey - so those machines are not currently an option. I have no experience with these machines so it will be an adventure, but I want make the right choice. Thanks!
  23. Luxury leather remnants

    Luxury leather remnants 2-3 oz. & 5-7 oz. Mixed hides, tanning, printing, and finishes Good condition 15 – 45 $ + shipping for individual hides bulk order discount of 350$ + shipping for all great for small projects email preferred Rachael@heavyleathernyc.com Attn.: Rachael Subject: Luxury Leather Remnants
  24. I made a bi-fold card wallet I used an Italian vegetable leather and worked for an hour If you're tired of heavy wallets, give it a try =) → Pattern & Making clip Thanks !
  25. looking for one or two sides of black english bridle 3/4 oz. in Hermann Oak or W & C. Is there any suppliers out there that can do that? I know Hermann Oak wont and thats who I had ordered 3 sides from a couple years ago but they need 5 sides in same color in order to make a sale? That breaks my heart. I have almost a full side of 5oz black Hermann Oak bridle if anyone out there wants to make a trade. 3 to 3.5 oz black is what im looking for. Wickett and Craig id be willing to try too