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SATXLeather

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About SATXLeather

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    New Member
  • Birthday 09/17/1990

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    San Antonio TX
  • Interests
    Leatherwork, photography, DIY, etc

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Wallets, tooling, miscellaneous
  • Interested in learning about
    Tooling and specialty items
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    I saw someone mention that there was an adult leatherworker forum on here while looking elsewhere for riding crop materials

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  1. It's pre-dyed. I really like the Buttero by Conceria Walpier which is an Italian leather company located near Florence. Kind of a medium/firm hand with a waxy finish. https://www.rmleathersupply.com/products/buttero-veg-tanned-leather-3oz-1-2mm-made-in-italy?variant=32320688226413
  2. I think I used 5oz with a die and a mallet. I don't have a press yet lol.
  3. Some cute little cactus earrings I made for my shop. I die cut them and then tooled them a bit to be more 3D.
  4. I just got my account set up and am sharing some older projects I still have lying around. I free handed a hat patch with the Alamo on it a couple years ago using one of the cheapy Tandy starter tool packs.
  5. A belt I did for a commission with English Bridle leather and Tandy hardware.

    Screenshot_20220803-131409_Instagram.jpg

  6. Small 4-card folding wallets in Italian Buttero leather from Saperia Walpier on my Insta/Etsy

    Screenshot_20220803-131342_Instagram.jpg

  7. (After) Antique BSA Yucca pack with new straps. I also retouched the logo stamp with stamp ink and a small hand brush, and I sprayed/soaked the canvas in a peroxide mixture to get rid of mildew. I replaced the straps with nice Buttero leather from Saperia Walpier in higher weight with roller buckles.

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  8. (Before) An old canvas Boy Scouts #574 Yucca I picked up and tried to clean up. The leather was trashed, the fixtures were rusted out, and the logo on the front was faded. Very dark from moisture damage.

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  9. Hello! This is a new 1st account, and I'm just looking to sharpen my craft and get ideas. Here's a gusseted sheath I did for a Japanese chef's knife my wife got me for my birthday recently.

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