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  1. This Leather needs no introduction, Epsom Calf from Tannerie HAAS in France! These are all first quality skins and the leather is amazing for small leather good and bags. Leather thickness is 1.6-1.8mm Color: Cognac Quantity Instock: 500+ PRICES: $14.00 SQFT If you have any questions please DM me. Thx,
  2. does anyone have a chap lacing diagram for closure
  3. I am going to begin to start making western chaps. Does anyone know what type of tanning process the ranchers used in the 18th century. I am more interested in natural tanning techniques.
  4. Guys, How do you rate my newly purchased wallet ? It's currently packed with money
  5. First and foremost Thank Yall for the add about a week ago, you've got alot of useful info and alot of helpful people here. I can't wait to make some stuff and post it for you to see. Newbie here I've done a little leather working here and there, but I'm still very new to alot I just know some basics is all. I started playing around with leather say jr. high and high school, and I had made some knife sheathes in my teens when I helped forge knives with my father. (I had never thought to take pictures of my work, but honestly it was pretty bad waxed tandy thread and huge chisel holes and uneven dye jobs with basket weave stamping LOL...at least the stiching was good). But I stopped and moved onto other hobbies such as making chainmaille, and becoming addicted to computer games and table tops like D&D. I even made myself some belt pouches (I used an awl and didn't mark stich lines that time, it was tight stiching but all over the place) when I worked at renfaire for 2 years. (2 years was enough horrible pay and long hours on commission ugh..) So I've always done crafting and those kinda hobbies. So recently a few months back an old timer I knew was moving into a smaller house and downsizing and getting rid of things. I Picked up a Ruger Redhawk from him and it had a camo cloth holder for the gun. My mind goes Hmm big gun I live in Texas, I need to make this a worthy Leather Holster for it. So I proceed to spend weeks looking at designs and researching leather working again. Yeah I got bit with the leather bug again, so instead of being rational I just decided why not just let this consume my whole life haha.... So I've been reading, watching all kinds of videos about leatherworking, I've even considered getting the leather masterclass stuff online. I work nights so I have alot of free time during the morning before I collapse midday sleep and repeat the cycle. Computer games are fun for a while but unfulfilling, I'd really like to start making things again and if i can get good enough at this maybe a side hustle for money. I had read good reviews about Kevin Lee tools so I took the plunge and bought 2 sets of pricking irons 3.38 mm and 3.85mm, and his copy Brass clicking knife_Brass Clicker knife blades_China Handmade Leather Tools Manufacturer (kevinleathertools.com) of the Vergez Blanchard L'Indispensable . I'd read reviews that the lindispensable was a nice knife but the blade was crap and alot of people replaced it with a D2 Chartermade knife. Anyways his knife has a nice weight and balance to it, and its sharp as hell cuts through my 6oz+ leather like butter. The pricking irons are very nicely polished and punch through easy and leave small slits, I'm considering getting some 3.0mm and 2.7mm so I've got an entire set. I've currently gotta clean a bigger spot to do this on, and I'm waiting on my black friday leather sales to come in the mail I'll update yall when it arrives.
  6. Hi Everyone, I am pretty new to this and still learning tricks of the trade, honestly the reason I got into it was all because I was searching for a pair of nice pair of soft sole moccasins and couldn’t find ones I like so, I decided I would make my own. My first attempt honestly did not go well I learned a lot about what not to do and things I can do differently second pair was made from pieces of suede I found at hobby lobby, I can’t count how many times I stitched ,unstitched ,modified my pattern and did it again, after about 2 weeks of working on them on and off I was finally done, and I’m pretty sure I work them consistently the entirety of the whole COVID lockdown, my next few pairs were for my girlfriend and at the time 2 children. After wearing them around for sometime people started to show some interest in them and I had a few requests for some custom designs ( side note, I don’t know about you guys but the moment you hand the finished product to the customer is absolutely terrifying, but seeing the reactions when they saw them and put them on was one of the coolest feelings I have ever felt, since then I haven’t had a lot of time but I managed to make a few other pairs I still need to post on to my Reddit which I will link my forum because I have no idea how to get pictures on here haha but any input or advice would be gratefully appreciated, thanks for reading! https://www.reddit.com/r/BessMoccasins/
  7. I’ve only been doing leather work for about a year but have come to the conclusion that this is an expensive hobby- at least the way I’ve been approaching it. I really admire the talented craftsmen that post on this site and aspire to get close to that level of work. I made a few wallets and belts - all as gifts - and found that the leather became pretty costly. I used Herman Oak precut blanks doubled up and hand sewn and the belts probably cost me $35 each with the hardware included. The wallets weren’t bad expense wise but I did a bag and wound up spending another big chunk of change. I suspect there are much more economical ways to make these projects- I would certainly like to hear any suggestions. I was a woodturner prior to trying leather and I guess I was spoiled with the free wood. I enjoy leather but I am wondering about the long term since leather (and everything else) is getting more expensive. Do most leather crafters rely on selling some products just to finance the hobby?
  8. Hi folks, Anyone know the cheapest/most affordable place to get leather thinned in London or the UK? For example a half butt thinned from 2.5m to 1.5m Thanks, Thomas
  9. Not sure if this topic is in the right place. What I would like to do is to get a moderator to 'Pin It' in the most suitable section in the Forums. When I read posts about almost any subject on here, I seem to spend ages trying to hunt down the easily obtainable equivalents to those mentioned in the post. Even if items are obtainable they tend to be very expensive if UK stocked and dispatched and generally out of the question if sent from the States. There are one or two examples of the reverse problem, I'm thinking of Dixon Tools and Tiger thread which you who live in USA find difficulties with. So what I am hoping for are lists of equivalents, suppliers posting with the items they supply at normal UK post rates and so on. So who wants to start? Claire
  10. I have a customer who wanted all leather ankle holster for his ruger lcp. Hes retired LEO and still does some light security work. Ankle holster is concealed of course but the customer wanted patriotic decoration anyway. So i messed around and let the leather tell me what it wanted. Its patriotic and kind of a tribute to customers leo career and all other now and then leo's and also has a little captain america feel to it. I messed around with some thinned down fiebings pro usmc black to give project more of a stonewashed softer navy color. Did a distressed star inlay with inlay trim panel being cut out in the shape of a shield/badge. Stitched around inlay with a bright white thread and the rest of stitching around whole piece is done in a blue thread. I finished the back with thin layer of polyester padding and a soft suede liner. This is far from first holster but is my first ankle holster. More pics
  11. Ok i mostly am either doing wood projects or leather projects. But im wanting to start mixing and matching. Do some leather overlays onto wood boxes and maybe even try some exotic leather like snake or stingray over wood grips for my 1911. Ive read up on bonding the 2 materials together and glue selections for best most permanent bond. For the pistol grips Andrews leather in florida who makes some really nice leather over wood pistol grip panels has a great youtube video showing how he does his grips. He uses edgekote in his video to finish the edge. My question is does edgekote seal the edge up between the wood and leather? The edge where leather stops and wood starts wood be my biggest concern of starting delaminating. How to seal the edge to give best chance of it holding up over time. Could you resin coat the entire project once done to make sure everything stays one piece?
  12. Hello everyone I am getting ready to start a project to make a 30.30 rifle buttstock bullet loop sleeve and was just wondering what size leather is the best for this
  13. A good electrician friend of mine helped me get my workshop wired and powerd up. So i wanted to give him a custom leather piece for helping me. I usually do gun leather,belts and bags so the tool pouch was a fun different project. I do alot of stamping but have only done a few carving pieces. The reddy kilowatt character on the small front pocket on this pouch is by far the hardest carving ive done to date. I hope the leather family here enjoys.
  14. Hi everyone, I am looking for a supplier for scalloped trim for chaps and purses. With and without dots. Also, leather fringe would be good too. Not Swede, I have that. Any supplies out there for these? I am in Arizona.
  15. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've been using this grommet machine for a couple years now. It is in fair condition: some rust, but runs well. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  16. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson 479 R1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. It can run up to a #4 grommet and is hand feed only. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $150
  17. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson C1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  18. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've been using this grommet machine for a couple years now. It is in fair condition: some rust, but runs well. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  19. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson 479 R1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. It can run up to a #4 grommet and is hand feed only. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $150
  20. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson C1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  21. Hello everyone, I just became a member of this site and am excited to be apart of this community. I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles. I specialize in leather bags and other leather accessories. To clear up space in my studio, I am trying to sell old machines. The prices are flexible. I have a Stimpson C1 Foot Power Machine, Stimpson 479 R1 Foot Power Machine, and grommet machine. They are used, but they still function well. Attached are some pictures of the machines. If interested, feel free to message me by responding to this thread!
  22. Hi all, I am looking to get a company name. So far I’ve only been making for friends and just as gift. All have suggested I get a stamp and get a business name going too. I have thought of it and would like to try that path. I can’t seem to find anywhere how to get a company name. Like would I need to license the name? im a newbie here so any information to start up would help greatly!
  23. Hi. Why my leather is so soft But the leather I see in the tutorial videos is not like that? My leather is so soft, that its edges cannot be rounded with a beveler.
  24. Why my leather is so soft But the leather I see in the tutorial videos is not like that? My leather is so soft that its edges cannot be rounded with a beveler.
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    Hi. Why my leather is so soft But the leather I see in the tutorial videos is not like that? My leather is so soft, that its edges cannot be rounded with a beveler.
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