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Retswerb

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About Retswerb

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    Tacoma, WA

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  1. I poked around a little but can’t find the old thread. My recollection is that it was an old knife and the owner had its original box in the pics as well.
  2. The arch looks great! Nice job.
  3. I believe these function the way you’re describing, but I’ve never tried one. Someone a while back on here had a vintage example of something similar too. https://www.amazon.com/Fiskars-133140-1001-Fingertip-Swivel-Knife/dp/B001IDYT6Y
  4. El Silla looks very well protected from whatever may come his way!
  5. Really like this one, @Stewart. Your work is like no one else’s.
  6. Welcome aboard @wampishing! Don’t be shy, ask your questions and post pics of your work. Sounds like you’re off to a great start.
  7. Nice job, that will wear well and last you for years.
  8. Welcome @Klara! If you’ve made a collar already then it’s too late to wonder whether you want to be a leather worker - you are one! Post some pictures and ask away.
  9. Sorry for your loss. It’s never easy to lose someone you love, and in many cases it’s also a lot of work. Regarding the machines, some more information would probably go a long way toward folks being able to give you some advice here. Any chance you can upload pictures of the machines in question?
  10. Ooh, that black on black is sharp. Nice work!
  11. Yes, if you look closely at some of the pics on that link you can see on the edge of the collar that it’s a thin outer layer attached to a thicker inner layer. Must be glued.
  12. Those look excellent! I’d love to see the two together for scale.
  13. I would think the two pronged spots would be much more likely to come off, especially if the dog scratches at the collar at all.
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