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Here is a card wallet I made for my wife for xmas.  Red English bridle fully lined and accented with pink veg tan. 

 

 

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Nice!

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Super nice! The edges and stitching are beautiful! Love the color combo.

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8 hours ago, VYO said:

Super nice! The edges and stitching are beautiful! Love the color combo.

I'll second that!

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Impressive 

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Beautiful piece of work!

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Thanks all for the kind words 

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I'm still trying to get the hang of edge paint. Yours looks great. What's your technique?

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On 1/10/2019 at 2:22 PM, Stetson912 said:

I'm still trying to get the hang of edge paint. Yours looks great. What's your technique?

Thanks,  I applied 3 coats with a thick scratch awl, and sanded with 600 grit in between.  I don't have one of those Regad heating tools unfortunately, or I think it might be shinier.

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Very nice and clean work. Stitching on my opinion is perfect! Edges also look great.

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17 hours ago, Boondoggle said:

Thanks,  I applied 3 coats with a thick scratch awl, and sanded with 600 grit in between.  I don't have one of those Regad heating tools unfortunately, or I think it might be shinier.

I will try that technique again. I can never get mine to come out nice like that. I do multiple coats and sanding too. I use a roller applicator but may need to try the scratch awl again. Thanks!

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