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About canelms

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    Florence, SC
  • Interests
    Bible Study, Motorcycling

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Small items, wallets, sheaths
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  1. Thank you Yetibelle for your response. Your response makes me want to step up the game and look into the CB4500 or comparable machine. I'm leaning on doing it by "hand", but my hands are recommending other ways at this point. I struggled at doing hand-stitching for a small knife sheath. But at this juncture, it is the creation, and time to do many, verses one at a snails pace. I've got several ideas in the head that need to come out...
  2. Thank you Dwight. I'm serious on continuing my leatherwork, I have a work area just for leather, and enough leather to do several project, the problem remains to be the hands, which I leave to His hands.
  3. Greetings! I’m just now taking a look at the Tippman Boss. I’m taking up leatherwork as my retirement hobby so I’ve not been at it long. Hand-stitching is a chore for me due to hand issues, but don’t want to go electric. Tandy has the Cowboy Outlaw on sale and in doing research I find the Tippman Boss, so I’m on the fence on which way to go. There was good discussing here, a year ago. What would folks say today? Any further comments, Boss, or Outlaw?
  4. Ahh, I'm in the USA. Thank you for the reply.
  5. I did a short search and this doesn't seem to be addressed. I want to make a locking diary cover where the lock is in strap hardware and uses a key. I've searched in the internet and this seems to be something that it is not readily available to leather workers, but so many are sold commercially for already assembled diaries. Is anyone familiar where there are different styles to choose from?
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