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compound   

Hi all

New custom cinks for cowgirl in germany. "Tobbacco" color cowhide, antiqued tooling, custom german silver conchos and buckle, and 310 stainless steel 1/4" spots

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Clintock   

They sure look nice!

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Wowza! They are beautiful, do you have a dye for the scalloped edges on the thigh piece or do you cut it by hand? :) 

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kiwican   

Very nice!

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compound   
43 minutes ago, goody2shoes said:

Wowza! They are beautiful, do you have a dye for the scalloped edges on the thigh piece or do you cut it by hand? :) 

http://www.olfa.com/blades-rotary-blades/

This is tool what i use for pinking edges. Thanks

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alpha2   

That's some artwork there!

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Very nice work! Great idea using the rotary blade

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The scalloped edges certainly set the whole thing off very well.

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Man these are slick! Awesome job!

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compound   

THANKS!!!

 

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65frank   

Very nice!!

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24VOLTS   

GREAT JOB!  Love it

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Beautiful work! Great workmanship!

A very becoming piece of clothing, great alternative to jeans! 

 

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glamb   

Which handle do you use that pinking blade in? Really nice chinks!

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compound   
9 hours ago, LederRudi said:

Beautiful work! Great workmanship!

A very becoming piece of clothing, great alternative to jeans! 

 

Thanks. These chinks are for Pullman City western town in Germany. I hope they will work well

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Great work!

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compound   
On ‎27‎. ‎7‎. ‎2017 at 8:55 PM, glamb said:

Which handle do you use that pinking blade in? Really nice chinks!

Original "Olfa" handle for rotary blades. Blades can ba changed-straight or wave

 

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