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  1. They look great and I especially like the first bag. Has a nice feel to it!
  2. Your satchels always look good and sturdy as well as having real clean lines! Nice stuff!
  3. Hi Chris, That might seem wierd but I have have to say that beyond that this is a very nice saddle. I really like the lines and feel of it. Nicely done!!! Dit mag dalk lyk vreemd, maar ek moet sê dat ek verder as wat dit is 'n baie mooi saal. Ek het regtig net soos die lyne en die gevoel van dit. Mooi gedoen! Voortgaan met hulle!
  4. Very nice go for your first go 'round! Just keep practicing and you will make some nice stuff!!
  5. Doris.. I really like this one a lot. Good carving and appropriate depth to get a nice 3d effect. I also like the character!. Really good stuff. Storm
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    Marble Man Mask

    Caroline that piece is super! The finish is marvelous! No Worries! You have not lost your touch! Storm
  7. Freaking outstanding piece of work!!!! You really make the best seats around! Storm
  8. The wood work is beautiful but your leather carving was the icing on the cake. The carving looks really elegant!!!!
  9. Both are very nice but I have to admit that I love the knife. Great craftsmanship!
  10. Very nice Mark. I have no doubt your son loved these. Beautiful!!!
  11. Those look really cool! I wish I had a pair like those when I was 5 years old. This kid is going to be the talk of the rodeo. Bet you get some more orders once the other kids see them. Very nicely done!
  12. Here are some ideas John, Leather goods can also be protected by wiping them with a solution of 3/8 ounce (11 grams) of salicylanilide in 1 quart (0.95 liters) of rubbing alcohol. Dry the articles before putting them away. To remove mildew from leather goods, wipe with a cloth moistened with diluted alcohol (1 cup denatured or rubbing alcohol to 1 cup water). Dry in a current of air. If mildew remains, wash with thick suds made from a mild soap or detergent, saddle soap, or a soap containing a germicide or fungicide. Then wipe with a damp cloth and dry in an airy place. Polish leather shoes and luggage with a good wax dressing. Shoes contaminated with fungus growth on the inside often develop unpleasant odors, and colored mildew shows up on the inner sole and linings and up into the toe. You can remove this kind of mildew with low-pressure sprays especially intended for freshening shoes; these sprays are available at shoe and department stores. Use these products as directed. Another way to stop mold growth in leather goods is to place the leather goods in a container along with crystals of commercially prepared paradichlorobenzene-paraformaldehyde. Close the container tightly and allow the chemicals to vaporize. The vapors from these chemicals are effective in killing molds that have grown into leather, but they give no lasting protection against future contamination. As the vapors leak out, the chemicals must be replaced. Before using the shoes or luggage, air them thoroughly. Hope this might help. Storm
  13. I like both of these Max. I am going to have to get around to making one for my Leatherman Multi-Tool too! Nice and clean work.
  14. Dave these just keep looking better and better. To see them standing alone is one thing but on a finished bike is another all together different sort of thing. Keep it up by all means. Super!!!!
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