kyleboedeker

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About kyleboedeker

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  • Website URL
    ironandhideleatherworks.com

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  • Location
    St. Louis
  • Interests
    Woodworking, leatherworking, video games

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
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  • Interested in learning about
    Bagmaking
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  1. kyleboedeker

    First matching set, bag and wallet

    It has its own proprietary software, unfortunately. She used it to create a lot of the stuff for our wedding, but I haven't really messed with it much. The software is a web-based type app, but from what i've seen it's kind of like a lighter weight adobe illustrator.
  2. kyleboedeker

    First matching set, bag and wallet

    That's a good idea. Actually, my wife has one of those cricut machines. I bet I could design some stuff on there and have the cricut cut out some templates for me perfectly.
  3. kyleboedeker

    First matching set, bag and wallet

    For sure. I didn't take enough time planning it out. Just kind of threw it together. I'm very new at leathercraft and that is one thing I am learning - that I have to think ahead or my end product reflects my lack of planning.
  4. kyleboedeker

    First matching set, bag and wallet

    Here it is.
  5. Good god. Your stitching is leathercraft porn.
  6. kyleboedeker

    First matching set, bag and wallet

    Heh. I saw your post on reddit! Still love this bag and after seeing it I made one in a similar shape. Mine didn't come out nearly as nice. I should have sewn the gusset the way you did, but I sewed it outside to inside instead of inside to inside... if that makes sense. I ended up with an ill defined bit of hangover leather past my stitch line and looks sloppy.
  7. kyleboedeker

    Card/money holder

    That edge burnishing! Damn! Looks like a block of wood. Good work. Stitching looks a little crowded though. I'd probably go down a thread size.