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About NoahFett

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  • Birthday 06/01/1979

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    Preston, MD
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    Too many to list!

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    None yet;)
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    All aspects of Leatherworking
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  1. Yeah, i've watched several of Ian's videos now and they are super helpful. Haven't done any stitching yet, but it sure helped me get a better understanding of what it entails. I'll have to check out those saddle guys, thanks for the recommendation!
  2. I checked these out, very helpful. Thanks! I will check it out and subscribe;) I'll check this one out too. Thanks for the suggestions guys!
  3. Hello Everyone, I am looking for a good tutorial that takes you from the beginning to the end of a leatherworking project such as a wallet. I'd like to find a tutorial that includes recommendations on what type of leather to buy (for lining and the wallet), cutting the leather, dyes to use, stitching, what type of thread, tools, etc. Basically something that includes all the aspects of leatherworking. That's not too much to ask, right;D Any medium is good with me, books, ebooks, video, etc. Thanks in advance, Noah
  4. Thank you! I guess that's where "walking" the beveler comes in handy?
  5. Hey Guys, This is the ID wallet I got in my Tandy kit. Wanted to try a design that wasn't included with the kit, so I found this rad tattoo design on the internet. I think I'm going to do Boba's ship, Slave 1, on the bottom portion. Let me know what you think.
  6. A fellow Marylander! Thanks for the advice corkscrew. The cardboard is a great idea! And thanks for the kind words:) Thanks! Thanks Bob! I have another round piece that came with the kit and will have to practice on it;) Thanks! I'll have to check out those scrap pieces. I saw some bags of scrap at Michaels, but wasn't sure if it was the right type of leather for tooling. Thanks for the advice;)
  7. Thanks airborne! I really appreciate it! I watched a bunch of youtube videos, which really helped.
  8. I received a Tandy Leather beginners kit for Christmas and this is the first project in the kit. Leather was already cut so all I did was tool it. I definitely need more practice with my swivel knife and I couldn't "walk" the beveler because my piece wanted to slide. Also, on some of my cuts, the leather wanted to "raise up" (not sure how to explain it) and I was wondering if there is a way to prevent this? Let me know what you think;)
  9. Hello! I received a leather working kit from my wife for Christmas (something I asked for) and made my first piece last night and had a blast! I want to learn as much as I can and this seems like the right place to do it. I'm going to post a pic of it in the Show Off! thread and would love to hear some feedback. I look forward to hearing from everyone and can't wait to learn some new techniques! Thanks, Noah
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