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  1. I need help. I have a full side of pull up leather that I purchased over a year ago with the intention of making myself a weekend bag and matching dopp bag, and I can't get myself to cut into it. I have yet to find a pattern that I like, and I'd hate to start only to be disappointed. I've searched this website for ideas and the web for patterns but nothing. Has this ever happened to anyone? What did you do to overcome this fear? I really want to make one, but I don't want to have a butchered hide if I mess up. PS I also promised to make my wife a leather bag as a 3rd anniversary gift... a year ago as well. I have a pattern for that, just scared to start. <face smack>
  2. I've never seen them. I'm making one for a .270 and .243. I'm using my winchester sxp 12ga as the template. I'm making one like TinBadge. I was think about the same thing for the eyelets. I was planning on stitching a thin piece under the main part.
  3. I too am making butt cover, and 1) I'm having trouble with the bullet loops. Im having a hard time pulling the trigger on design 2) scared that the eyelet will scratch the stock. Has anyone ever had seen wear the eyelet scratches the wood?
  4. 956 here. I started about the same time too. Leather working has been fun and painful...especially for the new hand stitch wallet. Lol
  5. Just out of curiosity, did you figure out that question about hair on hide inlay? And what was it that you were creating?

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