9fingers

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About 9fingers

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    robertcochrane.com

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  • Location
    Alberta
  • Interests
    leather

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    cases and bags
  • Interested in learning about
    leisure
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  1. Stumbled across your dated post. I have one, retiring, would discuss if you're still interested.
  2. I'm slowly getting out of the business and would love to pass along PATTERNS, WOOD FORMS for travel bags, legOmutton cases, cartridge bags and know how, including how to PROPERLY...sew butted seams (and never,ever believe it's a piece of cake). It's all done for you. Know head scratching. No tire kickers please! This would fit the future for a craftsperson beyond 35 years of age with an advanced skill set. THe cost? Yes. You need to make me an offer...but I won't break your bank acct.
  3. 9fingers

    Retiring! Tools for sale

    SALE FINISHED! Thanks to all who participated.
  4. 9fingers

    Retiring! Tools for sale

    RETIRING!!!I TOOLS FOR SALE. I have a long list of tools for sale with photo's available on my web site (click on each photo for details). https://robertcochrane.com/ I will respond to requests for pricing on specific tools, most are high quality Vergez Blanchard and all at a good price discount. No triflers, tire kicking, please. Also have a fair bit of materials, manuals, patterns and sewing forms for sale. I will be adding more photo's as time goes along.
  5. Stumbled upon your first post when looking for direction on advertising my case and bag business (patterns, how to, a host of manuals, hand tools) along with teaching buyer complex case and bag work sporting case and travel oriented. My background includes working under instruction from N. America's best saddler and, one of England's foremost masters during heyday of leathergoods early to late 1900's. Let me know if this might interest you, trusting it doesn't offend.