klstclair

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About klstclair

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    Colorado
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    Leatherworking tools and techniques. Enjoying the adventure along the way...

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    Just starting out...
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    Notebook covers, wallets, dog collars and cases
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  1. This set of pricking irons has been sold. Thanks for looking. Kevin
  2. Posted to eBay as well: http://ebay.us/FxpoGM?cmpnId=5338273189 Thanks for looking, Kevin
  3. Price drop to US$ 180 Shipped and insured to a US address by US Priority Mail. Thanks, Kevin
  4. klstclair

    Moreau-Style Stitching Clam

    Beautiful design. Thanks for sharing the build process. The time spent with your dad putting this together is an inspiration. Kevin
  5. Thanks for the pattern, it will be interesting trying it with different leathers to see how they work for the application to support the phone. It will be a good learning exercise for personal use.
  6. klstclair

    Black and Brown H.A.A.S. Calf

    Hi Mike, I know this is an old post but did see pictures of your warehouse of wonders on a blog you posted. ;-) Do you have any of the tan HAAS Calf left? Thanks, Kevin
  7. klstclair

    New TITANIUM awl review

    The titanium is a design choice as is pointed out in the video. It does provide a balanced and lightweight feel that still has solidity to it. I look forward to trying it out to see if it offers less fatigue due to the lightness. Part of the allure of leatherwork for me is the vast array of tools, leathers and techniques that are only limited by the imagination. There are some tools that fit better and just feel right... Some leathers would make great belts and terrible wallets... Would a different tool, leather or technique work better? I am sure enjoying the adventure of trying them. ;-) Enjoy, Kevin
  8. klstclair

    New TITANIUM awl review

    For comparison, the first file (IMG_0713) is a comparison between the Douglas awl and the RMLeatherworking Titanium Awl: The second file (IMG__0717) shows a closeup of the tip: The third file (IMG_0728) shows the spare blade: Enjoy. Kevin
  9. Selling my #9 Vergez Blanchard Pricking Iron Set with 10 and 2 tooth irons. Purchased in October 2014 from Aaron at RM Leatherworking. Current price from RMLeatherworking is $249. These have been used on one Kangaroo wallet and one Perlinger notebook cover. I am in process of switching to Doldokki tools and would like someone to get use out of these great tools. Price Shipped and insured to the US by US Priority Mail is $200. Thanks for looking and have a great holiday! Kevin
  10. I have found my subscription to Nigel Armitage's (Dangerous Beans) Vimeo series of 57 videos valuable for things like this. Episode 20 covers Strap end punch centering and Episode 21 covers Using a crew bag oblong punch. Information is available at: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/armitageleather. Well worth the small monthly fee of less than US$4.00 Enjoy, Kevin
  11. klstclair

    Lekoza??

    Here is where I found them: https://www.rmleathersupply.com/collections/tools/products/ks-blade-punch-brogue-punch... Aaron from Rocky Mountain Leather is good to work with. Kevin
  12. klstclair

    Interesting very good quality clicker die

    I am curious since this is posted in the for sale things that cut area of the forum... Is this item for sale and still available? If so, what is the price? Thank you, Kevin
  13. I have found that RM Leather Supply carries one that looks almost identical to the Eprose one at a fraction of the cost. You can see it here: https://www.rmleathersupply.com/collections/tools/products/edge-paint-roller. At $24.99 it is a lot more affordable to try it out. Enjoy, Kevin
  14. The tool used looks like one from a French company Eprose. You can see it here: http://www.eprose.fr/hand-use-pen-kit-for-dying-edges.html They have some great tools but are pricey. Kevin
  15. klstclair

    Is there a supplier for poly cutting board?

    I have used US Plastic to get mine. Here is a link to an example: https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?itemid=35220&catid=705 They have various materials and thicknesses. Enjoy, Kevin