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FrenchMich

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About FrenchMich

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  • Birthday 05/26/1960

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    French county
  • Interests
    Everything, my family, the People, my Friends, horses, motorbikes and several other things

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Chaps, saddlemaking, saddle bags.
  • Interested in learning about
    Everything, we are newbies all our life
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    By my friend Jesse (Wyatt Earp on the forum)

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  1. Hello, Sorry I just seen your question... For yokes, it's Hermman Oak Strap 9/10 Oz. For legs, it's chrome-tanned calfskin.
  2. What kind of chaps want you make? Batwing? Shotgun (modern or old style)? If you want close it with a zip the assembly will rather the one of right. If you say me a little more, maybe I can help you to make the pattern.
  3. My last job : A pair of yokes of chaps with Scrolling design full carved Hermann OAk Tooling molding strap Leather 7/8 oz, light braun fiebings antique finish and french finition product.
  4. What are you left with? I live i French but I can have a friend address in USA and he will send to me it
  5. Personally, I never use belly for a swell cover. But in any case, you need to obtain lengthening in this area and in this area only, without lengthen the bottom (a leather lengthened can no longer shrink, the necking is not possible). For that, I work my leather by the reverse by pushing back the material with round tool. Moreover I don't work the gullet (front and rear) at the beginning, it allows to distribute and absorb a few of folds. But, this is my technic and there is several schools for that and it depend too of the leathers used which may behave differently. I'm not a big saddle maker I only made a few western saddles and a lot of good repairs during the 10 last years. So if some real saddle makers pass here thanks to be cool and forgiving. Mich'
  6. Thanks John, I already looked with these three trees maker, but nothing. I don't know Randy and I don't speak well enough to call him. If you want do that for me? Oltoot, Thank you too, but idem. No Mc clellan
  7. nobody knows? 112 views and no answer. No ideas?
  8. Thank you Tom, The ''bouche pores" is not a mastic , it's a fluid filler which clogs leather pores.
  9. Hello All, A friend of mine are looking for Macclellan saddle trees. I did several researches on the web, but without success. Wood or synthetic no matter, if you had an address it would be cool. Thanks for advance Mich'
  10. I misspoked, I'm looking for the translation for ''bouche pores'' it's a product which clogs the pores of the leather to make it waterproof and at the same time, gives it a slightly satin appearance. For that, I use a French Product originally intended for wood treatment. It's nammed Matine Luxor of the Brand Surgand. Thanks Bob
  11. Hello, My last job, a pair of spurs straps. I got inspired from a design of Bob Park (I could almost say I copied it ... Sorry Mister Park please excuse me). After Carving and before assembly After assembly. Buckles and conchos are from CONCHOS.COM Leather is two layers of 8/9 Oz Natural stamping and molding straps Hermann Oak without color, only ''bouche pores'' in French, I don't know the name in English (if somebody can help me?)
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