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  1. I posted my machines in the wrong section, can someone please delete the duplicate? Still figuring out how to use message forums. Price lowered to $300 each or make an offer on the lot. Will trade for Union Lockstitch parts. For sale are 3 single needle Puritan OS XL Hi Post machines for production work. Very heavy, probably 150 pounds each. Two have some surface rust on the wheels. DISCLAIMER: I've never used them to make anything. The wheels spin freely and all assemblies appear to move and function as intended. Made for heavy work, punches through 3/4 inch of leather like butter. As they are capable of stitching a textile to plywood or sheet metal they work well for making hard luggage and instrument cases. I decided I like to stick to simple things like belts, wallets, and bags. Tables and motors are not included. From Puritan: Luggage: Portfolios, attaché and brief cases: camera, instrument and musical instrument cases; golf club covers; handbags, medical bags and school bags; sample cases, and utility kits; footlocker and trunks. Sporting Goods: Golf bags (sides, tops, bottoms, cuffs, rings, collars): footballs and Cricket balls; body and head protectors, guards and pads; baseball gloves and mitts; punching and striking bags; athletic supporters; hockey, ice and roller skate boots and shoes; saddlery. Please research and understand the pros and cons of a lockstitch vs a chainstitch and their appropriate applications. $400 each, or make an offer for the lot. Will also trade for Union Lockstitch parts.
  2. Will trade for Union Lockstitch parts. For sale are 3 single needle Puritan OS XL Hi Post machines for production work. Very heavy, probably 150 pounds each. Two have some surface rust on the wheels. DISCLAIMER: I've never used them to make anything. The wheels spin freely and all assemblies appear to move and function as intended. Made for heavy work, punches through 3/4 inch of leather like butter. As they are capable of stitching a textile to plywood or sheet metal they work well for making hard luggage and instrument cases. I decided I like to stick to simple things like belts, wallets, and bags. Tables and motors are not included. From Puritan: Luggage: Portfolios, attaché and brief cases: camera, instrument and musical instrument cases; golf club covers; handbags, medical bags and school bags; sample cases, and utility kits; footlocker and trunks. Sporting Goods: Golf bags (sides, tops, bottoms, cuffs, rings, collars): footballs and Cricket balls; body and head protectors, guards and pads; baseball gloves and mitts; punching and striking bags; athletic supporters; hockey, ice and roller skate boots and shoes; saddlery. Please research and understand the pros and cons of a lockstitch vs a chainstitch and their appropriate applications. $400 each, or make an offer for the lot. Will also trade for Union Lockstitch parts.
  3. I need help. I have a full side of pull up leather that I purchased over a year ago with the intention of making myself a weekend bag and matching dopp bag, and I can't get myself to cut into it. I have yet to find a pattern that I like, and I'd hate to start only to be disappointed. I've searched this website for ideas and the web for patterns but nothing. Has this ever happened to anyone? What did you do to overcome this fear? I really want to make one, but I don't want to have a butchered hide if I mess up. PS I also promised to make my wife a leather bag as a 3rd anniversary gift... a year ago as well. I have a pattern for that, just scared to start. <face smack>
  4. I made this as a retirement gift for a friend. It's only the second luggage tag that I made. The color looks purple in the image, but it is actually blue.
  5. This is my take on a traditional dual strap satchel. I used Horween's Chromexcel, Bucanneer and Casco horse front. The bag is hand stitched with brass and copper rivets and the straps were sewn on my CB3200. It has a removable pouch that can fit small items or a small tablet.
  6. My second project: Carry-on luggage prototype 2.0 This luggage is now in field tests :-) I have made some development from the prototype v1.0 as you ca see here: http://leatherworker.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=55996
  7. Yes, I am mad! First I would like to thank you all for all the knowledge I have been able to absorb on this forum. This is my first leather project ever. I have for several years been looking for a carry on luggage in leather but never found anything I liked OR could afford. Therefore I decided to make my own and this is what it look like. Everything is not finished as I can´t make up my mind if I want hinges on the lid or not. The finish is not there but it will take some time of usage to get that really nice lether look. I can wait. I hope you like it! /Magnus
  8. Hi all, I'm just getting started in leatherwork and would like some advice. I have specific things that I want to learn to make in leatherwork and don't know which one to start with. My goal is to make all of the luggage for my family which will include duffles, backpacks, and briefcases as well as leather journals with wrap closures, and wallets. I will be needing the luggage in 3 months or so. Which piece would you advise that I start with and which to progress to next? Anything else you think I should know would be great to hear too! Thanks, Ben
  9. Hi folks, Here is a hand stitched 19 x 11 x 10 carry-on bag made from 5.5 oz dark chocolate full grain pull-up leather. My first time using Riri zippers and they were worth the extra scratch. The side patch pocket also has a hidden compartment behind it which is accessed by a slit. The bottom has an 8 oz piece of veg tan attached inside as a stiffener which I wrapped in a 2 oz pig suede. I also used the suede for the inner compartment. The brass hardware and feet were done in a matte nickel finish and the shoulder strap is a double layer of the same leather. The most challenging (and tedious ) parts of the project were the zippers. Now that I think of it, the lap seams for the side panels were a pain... You know, one hand inside the bag the other outside... having to insert the inner needle without the benefit of actually seeing what your doing. My fingers looked like those of a type II diabetic when I was done. By now I thought my finger tips would have enough callouses to provide protection, hah! I'm glad it's finished. As always, comments and feedback are welcomed and appreciated. Thanks, Paul
  10. Here's Satchel No5. made for a friend with arthritic hands, I designed this one with a larger front pocket and adjustable magnetic fasteners. They look like traditional buckles, and it works to allow the strap length to be changed, but the actual closure is magnetic. Its also the first bag i have been able to use my Maker Stamp on. Makes me feel like a proper leatherworker now i have the stamp! love to hear any comments, suggestions etc. adam
  11. From the album: A Newbies Progress

    This is the first outing for my new Maker Stamp. really pleased with how professional and finished it makes the bag look to have a little branding! I'm also pleased with how the stitching is improving with each new bag.

    © ©Barking Rooster 2013

  12. From the album: A Newbies Progress

    here the bag is shown open. For this one, I decided not to have a flap on the front pouch, but made it higher so the main flap would also work with it.

    © ©Barking Rooster 2013

  13. From the album: A Newbies Progress

    Here the clean lines of the design, and the shoulder pad can be seen.

    © ©Barking Rooster 2013

  14. From the album: A Newbies Progress

    the rounded detail behind the billet straps looks really nice, but was actually a solution found to hide a mistake i made punching holes in the wrong place!

    © ©Barking Rooster 2013

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