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  1. Hey All, New to the forum, but not quite new to leather working. Wanted to pick the brains of experts around here and get some suggestions as to the best machine and attachment for our needs. We're looking to produce our current leather bag line in-house along with a few additional styles in the coming months, but don't have the correct machine to sew leather edge binding on our bags....or even the bags for that matter. I've been sewing our smaller items with a Brother LS2-B837 walking foot honed in exactly where I like it, but it does not suit the purpose of sewing duffel bags due to the flat bed design. I've prototyped a few duffels in the past on this machine, but it's definitely not ideal for production use! I really have 2 questions. One is about machine selection and the second is about sewing leather binding. Question 1. What machine recommendation do y'all have for sewing our style bags. We use #138 polyester thread on 5-5.5oz veg tan, edge skived, 2 layers minimum, more where pull tabs, handles, etc attach. We're not sewing through anything crazy like 1" of thickness, but we do have a few spots like handle sewing where its close to 20oz of leather. Picture of duffel bag attached for reference..... Question 2. When sewing a leather edge binding, do most manufacturers prefer to glue then sew or use a binding attachment to feed it through? Also, is the binding sewn on the same time as the seam, or is the bag sewn, then the binding attached after? We're low volume at the moment (15-20 bag runs) so not vitally important we're the most efficient at this time, but still need to be able to grow into our machine. Thanks all for the help in advance and excited to see what else I can learn in the meantime! Regards, Joe www.blvd-east.com
  2. Starting in 1995 with contract sewing manufacturing, after several years of producing fabric and leather phone cases exclusively for Motorola, we have worked with US military, large brands, small brands, start ups, established companies, retailers, wholesalers, premium companies....and also developed our line of leather purses, handbags, messenger bags, hip bags, clutches, cigar/passport/business/tablet/bible cases, wallets, jewelry... Crushed by the Great Recession, losing 30K SF bldg., 200 employees and bunch of money, not talking about faith in people (and the banks), we are now focusing on our designs and joy of creation.
  3. Looking for a home leather sewer to help with my production of soft leather bags. You work from home, paid on a per piece basis. Sewing machine can be provided. Vancouver or Vancouver Island area, British Columbia, Canada.
  4. Hi! I have a designed a line of very simple leather hand bags, most are size variations of the original clutch. I have one sample, made by a commercial leather factory that has since gone out of business. I am looking for someone with experience and all of the necessary tools and equipment to bring the rest of the designs to life. I need samples and small production. I am currently in AZ, from MN and at this point open to hearing from anyone in the southwest, west or Mn. You can contact me here (I will check back) or at sacredgypsyart@gmail.com Thanks so much! Deb
  5. We are a sports apparel manufacturing company and we specialize in both men’s & women’s apparels. We can handle all the stuff that you have required. We deal in a wide range of apparels with multiple fabric options. You can always customize the products with multiple color options and embellishments such as embroidery, tackle twill, direct print, sublimation and custom cut & sew options. We offer private labeling as well. We are excited to become your strategic sourcing and manufacturing partners. Look forward to hearing back from you. Hassan Latif Director Cell: 00 92 3044148404. Montpelier Sports P.O.Box 543, Roras road muzaffer pur, Sialkot-Pakistan, 51310. Tel: 0092 52 3561615, 3255868. Fax: 0092 52 3251615, 4269954. E-mail: Hassan@montpeliersports.com Website:www.montpeliersports.com
  6. New Bag I finished for a customer. Its not for everyone, but he asked for it and it came out nice I think. False buckle with parachute clip behind buckle strap. So buckle is secured but it quick releases which is cool.
  7. Hi everyone! Need any advice I can get. I am making this bag for a gentleman and he wants a false buckle. I have attached photos of what I am working with. Two straps (one on each side) that have a buckle attached but a magnet underneath that is what closes the bag. The buckle is just for looks which is what he asked for. The magnet underneath magnetizes to the spiked studs. But after doing this I realized that once he holds the handle that it will open and the magnets will not be strong enough to bear the weight. What is my solution here? Open to ideas but really would rather not place any plastic hardware on this bag, if possible. Thank you for your help!!!!
  8. Hello everyone, Nice to meet you, my name is Noah Nichols. I am the owner of Gritty Rustic Leather. I hope everyone is having a great day when you read this. I searched the Leather Worker website for leather briefcases and to my surprise I couldn't seem to find any one working in this field. Anywho, we are an international retailer, wholesaler and dropshipper of fine genuine distressed leather briefcases and leather bags of many sorts. There a couple of things we are looking for, and in light of it we believe we may be able to help other leather retailers by working together. One of the things that we are looking for are leather shops located in the United States that would be willing partner with us in selling our products. Our proposal is very flexible in terms that we would be willing to place a couple of our products in some stores at no cost to retailers, and see how they do. Retailers can price the products at any cost they want as long as it is above what is listed on our website. yes I know what your thinking, "that is a big risk", but we are confident that the end result would be a positive one. (This proposal would be subject to approval, of course. In other words we would have to do some research on interested retailers before proceeding). Another thing we offer is dropshipping for websites that can't find enough product to sell. Basically, dropshipping means, retailers can list our products onto their websites at a higher cost than whats on our website. And when the product sells on the retailers website, the retailer can proceed to place an order for it on our website and give us their customers address to whom we would ship the product to. There is little if no cost or investment for anyone except for us. We have a return address located in California so in the event of an unhappy retailer's customer the products can be easily returned. And if you haven't taken a look we have outstanding products at superb cost. All retailers who would like to try this zero investment proposal would get a 25% discount of any product listed in our store. Last but not least we offer wholesale prices for anyone who is brave enough to make larger investments. If you are interested in anything I have discussed here, you can send me an email at noah@grittyrusticleather.com and we can talk about it and see where it goes. In any case, check out our website Gritty Rustic Leather tell me what you think. Looking forward Noah Nichols Owner/Founder
  9. Hi everyone! Need any advice I can get. I am making this bag for a gentleman and he wants a false buckle. I have attached photos of what I am working with. two straps (one on each side) that have a buckle attached but a magnet underneath that is what closes the bag. The buckle is just for looks which is what he asked for. The magnet underneath magnetizes to the spiked studs. But after doingt his I realized that once he holds the handle that it will open and the magnets will not be strong enough to bear the weight. What is my solution here? Open to ideas but really would rather not place any plastic hardware on this bag, if possible. Thank you for your help!!!!
  10. Have you ever noticed that every now and then when you’re more observant to the world around you, you see more of what people are doing? You see how they look, the style of their clothes, the amount of cleavage their clothes show, what kind of bag they have and what it’s made of. You see the style of shoes they are wearing and the condition they’re in, the colors of their clothes can tell you about the mood they might be in and so on. These things give us a clearer notion or feeling of their current state of mind, attitude and possibly their deeper character. Some of these things will change and vary from day to day and time to time. Like a t-shirt with a message on it won’t be worn the next day, or a hair style today might change in the next coming weeks, shoes change on a daily basis. But some things won’t change for a very long period of time, like a genuine distressed leather bag. And it’s these things that could be considered an extension of a person’s character. These things are usually of sentimental value, mostly because they have endured throughout the years and have been with you on many adventures. In many ways the style, fashion, material and color of a bag can give others a sense and feel of the kind of person you might be. Many of us have different intentions when we buy a new bag. Many times we want to impress our friends or co-workers, or we simply need a bag that is most suitable for our line of work or lifestyle. Some of us want to feel like we are more than we actually feel we are, so we buy a bag that reflects a romantic or ideal vision of ourselves. Some of us buy a bag because it simply looks good or goes well with the tone of our skin. Some of us are drawn to a bag because it gives us a sense of security or makes us feel more confident. And then there are those of us that are genuinely completely ecstatic about a particular bag. In the end, we buy the bag that we like, not just to look at, but to use, to carry and to show the world who we are. They personify who we are and who we hope to be, almost as if they are a piece of the puzzle to our characters. Just as every genuine leather bag is unique, so is every person who chooses one. They are an extension of our unique characters. By Noah Nichols Grittyrustic
  11. This bag is made from black Bison and brown buffalo leather, the art I burn into the leather, strap is made from a salvaged belt. All hand made and hand sewn. Enjoy.
  12. Hello, I'm the manufacturing correspondent at O’Bazzië Classics, a leather accessories company located in Washington, D.C. We are currently in-search of a leather manufacturing factory who would be available to mass produce our leather satchels. I currently have prototype of the O’Bazzië Satchel and willing to send it to your factory for review. Please let me know the process involved in manufacturing this satchel for us. Sincerely, Nezer
  13. Hello there I've been a lurker for a little while. I'm a British Bagmaker - I mostly use British textiles, but I like to dabble with leather too. And I obviously like to use leather for my handles. Although I'm fairly new to leather working I'm already addicted. My tool box is already over flowing - I've developed a bit of a thing for vintage tools... Hope to say hello to you all soon - on a mission to learn more about skiving (of the leather type). Emma
  14. I designed this bag for my personal fishing needs and it serves it's purpose. The fish is cut out with a scalpel and I layed purple metallic leather behind the base leather and sewed. The worm on the hook, I burned into the leather. The bronze bass figurines I purchased from eBay, installed threaded rivets with epoxy and installed on each pocket.
  15. I made this bag for my metal detecting finds. It snaps over the belt, holds my Altoids to hold down the dry mouth and it holds my glasses as well. The leather used is, suede, buffalo and veg tan. The art work I burned and stained in veg tan.
  16. I made this hunting bad from a thick buffalo leather with a thinner black buffalo leather for the pockets. The pocket closures are made from elk antler and I used elastic cord for keeping the pockets closed. The hoof prints are from the same black buffalo and the elastic cord's knots are hidden behind the hoof prints. The art work of the deer scene I burned onto the front. Hope you enjoy. Would love to find a site where people are interested in having items like these made. I like to get together with people and design what they want and add my ideas to it, to come up with a real unique design. It wouldn't be the first, but people just stopped buying due to the economy. Anyway, enjoy your craft.
  17. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    This bag speaks for itself.

    © Oh yes

  18. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    This is the side of the possibles bag with a hand carved eagle head for deer antler. This pocket holds a leatherman.

    © Oh yes

  19. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    This bag is also buffalo and veg tan leather, art work is burned and stained

    © Oh yes

  20. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    This bag is made with buffalo and veg tan leather with some real nice hand carved deer antler figurines attached as hold downs for the pockets.

    © Oh yes

  21. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    Pocket on my fishing bag. All art work of mine is burned and sometimes stained.

    © Oh yes

  22. From the album: Gamber leather crafter

    Fishing bags and other nice designs made from the finest of leathers

    © Oh yes

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