Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by chromedome

  1. Do you take PayPal? Send me a payment request to Jack Andress Slinginleather@gmail.com on PayPal and I will send payment now. My shipping zip code is 75446 Jack 903-401-1389
  2. chromedome

    Round Breaker

    I am looking for a round breaker to put on a Randall little giant for rounding reins & handles. If you have one or know of someone that does I would like buy one or get the measurements off one. Thanks
  3. I am needing some scraps of metallic leather that would be 8"x12" pieces or bigger in silver, red, green, gold or if you have any other colors just let me know. Thanks
  4. VERY NICE!!!!! I ordered the book as well. Hidepounder you do very inspiring work!
  5. Does anybody want to make an offer for this? Jack 469-667-9018 slinginleather@gmail.com
  6. This has been SOLD !!
  7. I have a Equimeasure Kit used for molding a horses back for for tree making. This has the wester extension with it. It has never been used and is in new condition. You can view them at www.equimeasure.com I will take $75 I can be reached at slinginleather@gmail.com or 469-667-9018 Thanks Jack
  8. I have a C.C. Bellow's hand crank creaser for sale. This is in exelent condtion and creases double lines and a domed double line. The double line does the following size straps 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1, 1 1/8, 1 1/4, 1 1/2, 1 3/4 sizes The domed double line does the following sizes 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1, 1 1/4, 1 1/2 sizes I can be reached at slinginleather@gmail.com or by phone at 469-667-9018. I will take $400 for the creaser OBO. Thanks for looking Jack
  9. My name is Jack, I first got started with leather work 17 years ago when i was in High school and shooting black powder with a muzzleloading group. This lead to doing some reenactments and i realized i needed some moccasins. I have always been one that loved to cut several pieces out attatch them together and have something, so I WAS HOOKED. As i was making things for my costume i aquired a tandy catalog and i wanted to make a small saddle that hangs from the rear view mirror for a friend, i then realized i have no tools. So i took the plunge right out the gate and bought the biggest starter kit they had. Word got around that i was piddlin with it so a friend brought me a saddle to fix. I told him i know nothing about saddle repair, he said i didn't ask if you knew how to fix it, i want you to fix it. Well when i got finished with that one he then brought me five to repair. I have been going ever since. I made a couple freinds from the tandy store and they helped to guide some, but most of what i have learned (I still love to learn more) were from Stholman books, and alot of practice. I really enjoy this website, i have had alot of questions answered that i have wanted to ask someone for years, but just didn't know anyone else that did any amount of leatherwork. I just thankful that someone finally came up with the idea for this website. Well that is just the basic from my start with leatherwork Hope you enjoy!! Happy Crafting Jack Lucas,TX
  10. K-Man, by chance do you still have your embosser?
  • Create New...