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  1. I apologize if this is in the wrong place. I haven't been on here in a blue moon or two. I'm looking for a pulling style breast collar pattern with a dee ring center. It'll be send to a friend who has no experience in horse tack, but is great with all things leather. If I had my own tools and leather with me, I'd make one myself, but the downstairs neighbors don't appreciate the noise generated. Thanks everyone!
  2. Hello, I'm looking for a trusted saddle maker to make me a quality custom saddle. I'm looking for a tough ranch saddle with swells, roughout seat and round skirt. Preferably on the lighter side, but heavy duty. I'm 17 and only work part time so I'm trying to not pay much more than $1,000-$1,500. Any ideas of someone who could make me something like that in my price range? Thanks in advance!
  3. Help Making Bridles?

    Hello! I am just getting started in leathercrafting. I want to make horse tack, and maybe branch off into other areas later. I have extensively researched leathercrafting, so I've already got a pretty good idea of the steps and techniques involved. I want to make a western style headstall (bridle), as they are simple and somewhat similar to making belts. Basically what I want to do is a stamped design along the cheek pieces and possibly the browband as well. To do this, I know that I will need tooling leather at least for the stamped pieces. I wanted to line/glue and stitch the tooling leather on top of either harness or latigo leather, for its sturdiness and resistance to water/sweat. Is this a good plan? What size leather should I get? Should the tooling leather be heavier, or the lining? (ex. 8 oz tooling leather, 2 oz lining, or vice versa). Would it work if I went with a lighter tooling leather and heavier lining, since the latigo or harness I want to line with usually comes in heavier pieces? Also, can anyone give me an idea of how many items you can make out of a double shoulder or a side? Specifically how many straps you can get out of one, for belts or bridles, etc. My last question is on what tools I need. Making bridles is somewhat similar to making belts. I have made up a list here, if you all could tell me what is unnecessary (besides the leather marking pen) and what I don't have that I should have, I would greatly appreciate it! I want to be well prepared, but not buying more than I have to. Carving Stamp Leather Marking Pen Strap Cutter Leather punch Stitching punch or chisels Harness needles Thread Edge Slicker Skiver Edge Beveler Tandy's Horse tack accessory patterns Book on handstitching Thank you all so much for your time and input! I can't wait to learn leathercraft
  4. Using Slotted Conchos

    Can anyone offer instructions on how to lace slotted conchos as seen in this picture? I've been staring at it for days and cannot figure it out! Thanks!
  5. I am planning on making a breast collar for my 4-H project this year. I made one last year but it was a very simple style. I want something with a little bit more flare this year and I cannot seem to find a single pattern on a different style of breast collar.
  6. Beaded Inlay Belt Or

    I am the owner and maker for Franklins Handmade and I do quite a bit of beading. I want to start making belts with the beaded inlay but I don't know how to. Thanks!
  7. A guy contacted me this morning and asked if I can make a blinker. I cannot, but told him I would ask around. Any takers?
  8. Hello there! I'm looking into making myself a breastcollar. The problem is, I don't want to make any more then at the most two. What cut is the best to be long enough to make a few, without buying the whole cow? I don't want to buy a lot of leather I might not use! What kind of leather do you guys recommend using? I was thinking saddle skirting, as it sounds durable. Is 10-12 oz. good? Also, would I want to use a different kind of leather on the back, like latigo (I've heard that's what some people do as it is sweat resistant), or could I get away with just backing it with what ever I decide to use on the front? What about the straps, I would think they would have to be made of a thinner more flexible leather, but I'm not sure. I can't think of any more questions now. Thanks so much in advance!
  9. Greetings! I have been making holsters and knife sheaths for several years, so I have some basic techniques down, but horse tack is new to me. A customer wants a tooled and painted breasted collar and I need some advice on construction and leather selection. The tooling means veggie tan strap leather, but I am concerned about the strength of the piece. Do I just use really thinck strap leather, or do I combine it with traditional harness leather? Left to my own ignorance, I would sew the tooled leather on to a layer of 10 oz bridle leather to give strength and thickness. Also, is there a standard/ recommended width for breasted collars? Links to measurements of any tack would be appreciated. I now live in a horse area and can see more of this work coming up. Thanks! - STEVE
  10. The Truth About Ohio Travel Bag...

    I have not logged in for a long time...and when I did I saw some very outdated posts and information about our company. Here's the deal: YEP! we've been in business for a very long time. YEP! Ray still works here (40 years) and knows his shiz! YEP! I'm still actively managing operations here (only 16 years)! YEP! We still have live people answering the phone, who are really nice and helpful! NOPE! We are not running our business the same as we did 20,10 or even 5 years ago! YEP! We are still a wholesale distributor, with an easy qualification process and a $30 minimum order (NOT $75). YEP! WHAT? We now happily offer RETAIL PRICING. We are adding new products every day. YEP! We heard your feedback and OTB will launch a new "better user experience" website this November, with many enhancements and it will be mobile friendly. Please contact me with any questions and I welcome the opportunity to respond to any comments or feedback, even positive ones. All my best jackie@ohiotravelbag.com http://www.ohiotravelbag.com
  11. Horse Bridle

    I've been meaning to make a new bridle for my horse, Belle, for a while now, and I finally finished it just a few days ago! I took apart my previous bridle to get the measurements for these pieces, and boy... I made my previous bridle about 6 years ago, and I was cringing at my workmanship... I'm glad I have a new one now. It's a much better representation of my skills! I will post photos of it on my mare when I see her next weekend. As much as I like this one, I'm not terribly attached to it... I might still make another one, and sell this one... But we'll see.
  12. Saddlebags

    Just about finished my first set of saddlebags. I made these using a set of the owners old nylon bags for reference. I stitched these all by hand. Learned a lot from this experience. I'm getting better with the copper rivets. The next set I make will have extra length on the top of the gussets to fold over whatever is in the bag, to keep contents from working their way out. The next set will also have a "tab" extension to tuck under the seat of the saddle to keep the bags from shifting. i need to touch up some of the dye on the strap holes and final finishing polish and buff. I can't wait to do another set as I should have my new Techsew in another week!
  13. How do I craft the type of padding seen in dog collars and horse bridles? Materials, methods...I don't know really anything about this topic. Any good insight out there? Examples:
  14. I have been searching high and low for the center piece for a breast collar. I know I can use a plain ring, or a triangular 'ring', but I am looking specifically for the type of triangular piece that has two slots in the top where the shoulder pieces attach and a slot in the bottom for the lower cinch strap. Something like Jeremiah Watt makes, only plain, no engraving. Please help!! Thanks in advance for any direction in finding the illusive....
  15. Hello! I have just purchased my first TechSew 3650 HD (super excited about it by the way) and am planning on making headstalls, breastcollars, halters, etc. I have previously been using an old Singer that has done a great job, just ready to move up to the big leagues. I have heard about using a "saddle stitch" and a regular stitch.... what is the difference between the two? What is the typical thread size, stitch length, needle size that I should use for heavy harness leather from about 11-16oz thick for my tack? I have the needle that came with the machine, I believe they are 27 (if I am remembering correctly) and 207 thread. I remember there being a post about this but I cannot seem to find it to save my life. Any help you would provide would be great! Thank you so much!
  16. I'm wanting to make a pulling collar for my wade saddle but I don't have another one to copy a pattern from, I can't find one online, and I'd like to put off buying one for a pattern as a last resort. Nobody close has one I could borrow either. If anyone has a pattern for one, I'd gladly pay for it. Thank you! Jamie
  17. Hello guys! it's been a while......I ve had had a "busy" end of the year..... Here is a peek at some of my latests orders...... belts, saddles, mohair cinches and various tack wish you all a nice christmas and happy new year ! Aurelie
  18. Hi all, I've started a headstall/breastcollar set and plan on doing a partial overlay (to the border). I used my divider and measured the breastcollar pattern and subtracted the borders dimensions which gave me the size of overlay I needed. It didn't work as well as I'd hoped and I was just wondering if anyone had a different/better way to cut their overlay to the size they needed. Thanks! Jamie
  19. Tack Pieces...?

    Hi all!!! I'm looking for anywhere that I can buy clicker-cut pieces for tack. Tried cutting out my own by hand with a knife and am incredibly frustrated trying to get them exactly the same along the edges. Really want to put together my own tack since I can't afford to buy what I like, but I can put it together myself if I can just get nice pieces, can't afford a clicker and dies right now . Thanks!!!
  20. Tie Down Noseband

    Does anyone have a pattern for a tiedown? I'm almost done my first bridle and want to make a matching tie down for it. I wont get to the barn to grab the one I have until next week and I'd like to start cutting it out sooner. Thanks!
  21. Looking For A Mentor

    Hello! I am looking for someone to help mentor me either one on one of via pictures and email, I have searched high and low in Central Oregon and have been turned down by the few people I have asked if they would consider giving me a lesson or two to improve my skills. I am completely self taught with the help of Tandy videos, books, and YouTube. I have attached an example of my work here. To me it is starting to look very good, but as I am a perfectionist, I would really really appreciate help and advice from someone who is in the leather industry professionally. My main focus is on horse tack, spur straps, maybe a purse or two. I am not very creative so drawing my own patterns is hard for me but I am starting to get a little better in that regard! Any help would be amazing from drawing patterns, choosing leather for my projects, casing and tooling, managing and selling my work, or anything really! I know I need work on casing and when to start making swivel knife cuts and carving, making my swivel knife cuts flow as well as bevelling evenly, I have been working on "walking" the tool around my design, and appropriate use of other various tools. My designs always look better after I have dyed or finished them than when they do natural with just the tooling. I would love to someday make a custom saddle, even if that is the only one I ever make I realize that this takes time from your day that you could be making money, however, it is such a priviledge to learn from someone who is excellent at what they do, I would love the opportunity and I am very willing to put in the work that it takes to better my skills. Thanks so much! Christina
  22. Hi, I want to attach large stone beads to leather tack, for example turquoise stone nugget beads, and I'm having difficulty figuring out the beast way to attach them. Does anyone have a way that works well and holds the beads on tightly? I attached a picture of some tack that has the stones attached, I'm thinking they used wire but I'm not sure. If anyone has some advice I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks in advance! - Jaclynn
  23. Hello Leatherworker.net

    Hello all I have been doing leather work on saddles and tack for over 20 years but have been out of it for the past 4 years as I had neck surgery which put a damper on my tooling and working! But I am slowly getting back to it with 4 saddles and 5 bridles in my living room to work on! I guess I am a glutton for punishment! It is very nice to meet you all and look forward to visiting with you all! I attached a show bridle I made several years ago would love to hear that you all think of it!! Thanks Pam Brambley Yoakum Texas S & P Tack
  24. Latigo Leather

    Hello - I am looking for someone(s) who would be interested in purchasing burgundy latigo leather - the bottom 2 feet of the hide. That part is not long enough for my latigos - Does anyone out there know of people who would be interested at wholesale cost with free shipping? CG
  25. I'm working on a headstall and I've come up with a design questions. I'm hoping folks who have used one ear headstalls can give me some advice. Now, I've used a one ear... but some of them have two, one ear parts - if you see what I mean - and I've never used one of those. The lady wants this for her show horse. It's to have two, one ear parts on it. I was thinking of having these hooked together right in the middle at the top of the poll. Will this in any way affect the functionality of the headstall? Or would I be better off making the two one ear parts totally separate from each other, so that they could be moved to fit each ear? I'd sure appreciate any advice folks might have. I want her to be very happy with her headstall, but as I say I myself have never used a headstall exactly like this, so I am not sure about how it will work out. Thanks!