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rootbear

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    Kootenays/B.C.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    clothing and accesories, bike gear
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    all aspects of leatherwork
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  1. The sides are Python skin Dyed red and backed with leather . Then I laced them together. The inner pockets are laced on .The linings pattern glows in the dark...
  2. that is some of the nicest work i;ve seen !
  3. this is my forth vest and i used a pattern from a vest that was made for me years ago.best thing i can say is use something that is a good fit for u as a pattern.
  4. thanks for the input.the wide lacing on the vest was to look like the bandalaros[bullets]worn in the days of old .
  5. Started leathermaking not long ago, been busy making all sorts of stuff. Here are some pics of some of my work. Go ahead and let me know what u think. thanks
  6. the colors together are great ,beautiful work.
  7. thanx for the info but ,how do i slick or burn the edge,do i rub quickly or in one direction,i am trying a piece of maple,can;t get it to work either.
  8. thank u for the info ,but what do i do with the rough fabric ?do i just rub the leather with it?
  9. HI TOM NICE WORK .ARE THESE WHAT U ARE CALLING BRACERS?I REMEMBER SEEING THESE ON COWHANDS,COWBOY CUFFS ,I WANT TO TRY AND BUILD A SET .
  10. I am fairly new to leatherworking and am having a hard time burnishing.Not sure exactly how to do, or what to use?Hardwood or someone told me to use a piece of antler?
  11. I am new at leatherwork also but have dyed some python skin and sealed it ,it looks great and so far wearing well.
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