royalgh

Hello from Belgrade

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royalgh   

I am here for a while but not posting yet, spend a lot of time to learn and practice with leather. Very kind people here share very useful information and I can find a lot of answers about everything and I am very thankful for that. My specialty is bracelets and different kind of leather custom accessories such as watch straps, waist bags,dog collars etc. 

This is some works I made before and appreciate your opinion about that. 

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garypl   

Welcome Royal - you do good work!  Look forward to seeing more of your projects.  

(PS - always nice to know what leather, thread, finish and machine, if any, you use in your projects!)

Gary

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mikesc   

Very nice..I'm thinking all hand sewn ?..I like the "pick bracelet".

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royalgh   

Thank you. I am limited here with quality materials and tools because we haven't suppliers for leatherwork (dyes,finish etc) so I started my work with tools I made by myself and it is also good  experience.For improving my work must import better quality. This products are all hand stitched, I have also nice Singer 45k in good condition but still have  problems with some parts so waiting to fix that.

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royalgh   
5 minutes ago, mikesc said:

Very nice..I'm thinking all hand sewn ?..I like the "pick bracelet".

Yes, all hand sewn. My brother play guitar and asked if I can put that pick on bracelet so thats it.

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garypl   

Look forward to seeing even nicer work when you have access to better tools and supplies!  Although you are already making very nice projects!

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royalgh   
1 hour ago, Dun said:

Welcome. Very nice edges and stitches! 

Thank you Dun, edges are done with burnishers which I made and is not excellent but do the job, about stitches, well I learn a lot about that here on Leatherworker.

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That is some great work. I'm sure we would love to see some of your homemade tools.

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royalgh   
15 minutes ago, bikermutt07 said:

That is some great work. I'm sure we would love to see some of your homemade tools.

Thank you. I will put more photos later and also some new works.

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Very nice work, I particularly like the nice clean contrasty stitching; slightly jealous of that. I'd also like to see some of your home made tools as well if you'd be willing,

Well done, great work. 

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Outfitr   

 Kuko si? Dobro work! Ha ha I'm serbian too and still remember some of the language. Both sets of grandparents migrated to the US. Anyway, nice work. I just started leather work myself. Someday I want to travel to Montenegro to see where my grandparents lived. 

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DV8DUG   

Love the work and of course would love to see these tools everyone is talking about. What is the first case for? Any particular item?  It reminds me of my Dad's Sam Browne belt. It looks good. Nice work!

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olfart   

Welcome from NE Texas!  Like everyone else, I admire your ability to hand stitch with machine-like precision.  Beautiful work!

 

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alpha2   

I would like to know more about how this bracelet was made! I have never seen one like it.

 

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royalgh   
On 2/2/2018 at 3:16 PM, DV8DUG said:

Love the work and of course would love to see these tools everyone is talking about. What is the first case for? Any particular item?  It reminds me of my Dad's Sam Browne belt. It looks good. Nice work!

Hello, I was ill last month and not working so I will put photos soon, my tools are simple hand tool nothing special, some bevelers, stamps,some cutting punches, motor with buffing wheels and burnishers. 

If you mean second photo, it is greyhound collar, first photo is mens waist bag (black) with basketwave stamp.

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royalgh   
On 2/4/2018 at 1:38 PM, olfart said:

Welcome from NE Texas!  Like everyone else, I admire your ability to hand stitch with machine-like precision.  Beautiful work!

 

Thank you olfart, I learn a lot here about stitching, and realize that good preparing is important for nice stitching.

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royalgh   
On 2/2/2018 at 2:29 PM, Outfitr said:

 Kuko si? Dobro work! Ha ha I'm serbian too and still remember some of the language. Both sets of grandparents migrated to the US. Anyway, nice work. I just started leather work myself. Someday I want to travel to Montenegro to see where my grandparents lived. 

Hello, you are welcome to Serbia, nice to meet you here. I also started leatherwork for fun but like leathercraft and started to learn and also practicing still today after 2 years.

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royalgh   
On 1/17/2018 at 11:44 PM, garypl said:

Look forward to seeing even nicer work when you have access to better tools and supplies!  Although you are already making very nice projects!

Thank you garypl. I am working on that, hope I will improve all work in future.

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updn   

Very good work...well done

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