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About Peppie

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    Sheridan tooling
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  1. Great Idea. TY. That will be much easier on my wallet.
  2. Looks like rolled in boxes is the majority. https://www.lowes.com/pd/QUIKRETE-Common-12-in-Actual-11-5-in-QUIK-TUBE-48-in-Concrete-Tube-Form/3005464?cm_mmc=shp-_-c-_-prd-_-bdm-_-google-_-lia-_-210-_-masonrybaggedgoodsrepair-_-3005464-_-0&placeholder=null&ds_rl=1286981&gclid=CjwKCAiAxeX_BRASEiwAc1QdkVCg4L6JF2qVrFWPay6TumLeSgRa-K5y3iNw2MjGSh8-UjDxBkk_aRoCD34QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Was thinking of getting a few of these to save precious space in my small shop.
  3. Looking for info for storing leather sides. Do you store it rolled? Or do you drape it over a semi large tube? Which is better? I have 15 or so sides to store. I have them rolled in the boxes they were delivered in. I sometimes find it difficult to see what I have to choose from. Thoughts or guidance please. TY
  4. I did case the trim piece. But once I started to go around the radius, the trim wrinkled up and distorted the corner
  5. I want to stitch a thin piece of trim over 2 layers of oil tanned 4oz leather. I attempted this with 2-3oz veggie tan (Tandy) . It worked well enough on a straight line. When I attempted to stitch this 2-3oz around 2" radius corner... the results were disastrous. Would it be better to use a chrome tanned, 1oz?
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