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dragonhawke

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About dragonhawke

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  • Birthday 04/21/1959

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    Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
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    too many and various

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Pattern design, construction, moulding
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    everything
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  1. Also seal the leather and use gloves so you don't transfer any dye
  2. would this help: The-Stohlman-Encyclopedia-of-Saddle-Making Vol 1-3
  3. At $200 (even if it's in USD) then I am interested.
  4. sent you an email with file attached. Let me know if you got it.
  5. I have that dvd and recommend it
  6. seems i need the instructions/pattern....found mine but half is missing. Any help?
  7. Did you find the pattern Love? I have it if your still looking.
  8. Did you you ever find the pattern?
  9. Men's or Women's, ear flaps or no. Picture might be nice.
  10. could try Library of Congress, local library under technical manuals. Maybe even the patent office.
  11. Absolutely you should clean them up, sharpen the blade and take them out for a test drive. The one with the cast handle looks like you slide it in/out for depth adjustment and lock knob on the left to retain the setting, maybe? Would also love to get my hands on it to completely measure, draw, 3d model and cast it in aluminium or brass.
  12. I've done numerous repairs/builds of ladies shoes. The pictures look like 1-2 pairs were traced, then sewn on, while the others appear to be done from scratch. I agree with Mattsbagger and Woodysworkshop that a cheap pair of heels (Value Village or Salvation Army) is a good way to practise. If you do it well, they can be resold.
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