tstan47

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  1. tstan47

    Marks on leather

    Can someone explain what is “Dubbin” how is it used etc and neatsfoot oil would that interfere with dying the leather?
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    Marks on leather

    What is the best way to remove the marks, wet leather first then use spoon or the glass burnisher? And for the record, I am still learning, this is the second holster I have ever made.
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    Marks on leather

    Hey guys, i am having a problem with marks on leather projects when they are either being worked on or when finished. Other than the obvious ‘try to be more careful” is there something I can do to get rid of the marks ? Here is a holster I am working on that show what I am talking about.
  4. I’m also looking for one, anyone have one they would share or sell?
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    Tandy "half Pint" Mini Western Saddle

    The skirt is about 5 1/2” long
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    Tandy "half Pint" Mini Western Saddle

    I see this thread is a few years old, I started working with leather about a year ago. on one of my orders to Tandy they had this saddle kit on sale so I bought it and when I opened the kit and viewed the instructions I realized that my skills were not good enough to complete it so I put it away for another time. I watched a few videos, read some books, practiced a lot on mostly nothing, made a lot of scraps and finally one day I realized I had developed enough skills to maybe be able to complete the saddle kit, so I got it out and finally, with much difficulty and determination I completed the saddle kit. Here is a picture of the finished saddle.