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  1. I have one that I am looking to get rid of. Message me and I will send you some pictures.
  2. Check eBay. There are several for sale.
  3. Outstanding work! Your attention to detail is awesome!
  4. Very nice work! Where did you get the thread? I have a customer who wants glow in dark thread and I can’t find anything bigger than Tex 40.
  5. Hats off to you Ferg. I wish more people would take this serious. I just finished 10 mask this morning bringing my total up to 60. I have given away every one I have made and I have not received any help buying material. Wearing a mask protects everyone from you as well as protecting you from everyone. I personally think it is selfish for people not wear one. It is the least they can do to help heal our country. Ferg I don’t think I will ever catch up to how many you have made and I would like to say THANK YOU for your hard work!
  6. airplaneguy

    Baseball glove

    That is very sad news. If anyone needs a glove repaired, I do them. I have been doing glove repairs and relacing for about 7-8 years.
  7. Sounds good to me. Hope to hear from you in a couple of months.
  8. Nice work! I will be happy if the boots I am working on turn out looking half as good as yours!
  9. Thanks Smartee and kiwican. The leather is just scrap I had laying around the shop. It is 2-3 oz. upholstery leather. The lining is glazed pig and the heel counter is 8-9 oz. tooling leather.
  10. More pictures. I had to make new vamps because I messed one up. I didn’t have enough of the brown leather so I had to go with a different color. Making boots is way harder than I expected. First picture is the lining sewn to the upper panel. Second picture is the boot turned right side out. The third picture is the boot sitting on a last. Not sure why the pictures are sideways.
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