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  1. The whiter is stuffed and made out of pre dyed 3 - 5 oz while the other one is hollow 5 - 6 oz veg tan hand dyed. It was requested by a very nice lady who has a knack for penguins and received a lot of love from kids. The pattern is in the shop. PS: Don't mind the title lol
  2. We had quite some fun making these and a nice nostalgia trip as well. We have a lot of 5-6 oz veg tan scraps laying around which would be a shame to throw away. Here's how we made them and here's the pattern
  3. Lo and behold, the leather Jack O'Lantern with pattern and tutorial just in time for Halloween. Time to redeem your souls for all the pumpkins that suffered by your kitchen knives!
  4. Hello people, here is another pattern, it is a trifold wallet with 9 slots and one ID windows +space for bills. you can watch the tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1ksyC2LQS8q0tV2TtGHqFg/ and get the pattern here https://www.raulreyes3d.com/tutorials
  5. In our quest for diversifying the craft and because we were commissioned for a biker hip bag, we came up with this design that didn't get too much love from the crafting community. I suspect it's the grumpy face that keeps people away :D. In any case it was a very fun and challenging project and we're proud to present it whenever the chance occurs.
  6. My daily commute backpack got a bit of an upgrade and a new pattern and video tutorial.
  7. I prepared this file quicker than the previous one (Archery Arm Guard - Pattern & Instructions) posted a few days ago in the Leatherwork Conversation section - I'm a bit lost among all these sections..., but it should be understandable enough although instructions are more limited. Dead link removed. Fred's domain name is unregistered and he hasn't been around since 2014. I have posted a copy of his file at the end of this thread. Enjoy and share! Fred
  8. Straying further away from the traditional applications of leather we tried something new and while not particularly useful, this was a challenging project which pushed our skills a bit further. We used 7 oz for the mask and 6 oz veg tan for the horns. The mask is also wet formed in the nose and cheeks area and the teeth have also been modeled a bit. TL;DR, here's how we did it.
  9. While written for the intermediate-level audience, here's a relatively simple project for most anyone. Using the concepts presented here, the variations are limitless Please post a pic of your project interpretation here and share your tips and tricks as well. Making Leather Flip Flops.pdf
  10. So after a long time of being a fan of the Lovecraftian character Cthulhu, I managed to make this mask. It began last week when everyone was making masks so I thought why not have at it. Of course I deviated a bit quite from the idea of making a virus mask but nevermind that. Here's how I made it and here's the pattern for it. I'd love to see your version too :). Y'a Cthulhu fhtagn!
  11. My Friend asked me for a bottle carrier pattern. I didn't have one but I did have a cardboard pattern that I had previously made. So I thought I would try and put it in inkscape; a program that I recently discovered, that is free on the internet. What you see is the result of my efforts. I have made a Bottle Carrier and on the 2nd page is a Can carrier - both are marked near the cutout. The can carrier 1A is shorter and 2A's location was moved lower to accommodate the shorter height of a can. each piece has color coded dots for ease of piece placement. I named the colors in case some one is color blind, so they can also understand the color placement. Note: The colored dots should be punched as well as the uncolored dots. The reason for the snap at the bottom is in case someone wants to fold the carrier at the cutouts and have the carrier ride higher at the waist. Bottle - Can Carrier.pdf
  12. So, do you have a "favorite" person? Grab the pattern, watch the ritual and have some fun
  13. Hello All, I am looking for books which can teach me how to make leather goods patterns. I am intrested in learning advance techniques of pattern making for making handbags and briefcases. Thanks
  14. I am retired and thought I would try my had at leather wok. I really like it so far, but I have a lot to learn. I have also been playing around with inkscape, a vector graphics program. I recently stated wearing overall's because they are very comfortable, but I didn't have any place to carry my keys so I came up with a solution that works for me and I thought I would share. Let me know what you think of my Idea as well as my graphics work. Thanks Stan Campbell Lockbourne, OH Overall Key Ring.pdf
  15. We made this bag for medium trips as it's sized to fit most flight companies requirements for hand luggage. It's hand stitched veg tan and it took about 1 sq meter / 12 sq feet and a week to make. Pattern available here
  16. A larger version of a hip bag I made last year. With phones getting bigger and bigger, hip bags need to adapt. The larger version measures about ( 180 x 110 x 40 mm ), it's hand dyed/stitched veg tan and I used a 30 mm D-Ring for the closure. The pattern is available for purchase in my shop. Thank you for your time!
  17. A very nice person asked me to help him with a Dopp bag pattern and this came out. It might be a simple design but I had it with me in my last trip and everything I needed went in without having to leave anything out so it is a very practical item. Also Happy new year!
  18. I want to make more costume and armor pieces, and right now my wife wants me to make her a hood (she calls it an Assassins Creed hood) so she can cosplay her rogue from Pathfinder at the Renaissance Festival this year. And I have some really good lambskin I think will work, I just ... don't know how to do it. Are there patterns available for this sort of thing? Not just hoods but other clothing too. I don't mind paying a little bit for a good pattern as long as it doesn't cost a fortune. TIA.
  19. Quick and dirt cheap stitching pony we made as a diversion from working with leather only. It's made of a plank of pine wood from the local hardware store, three screws with nuts and a couple of wood screws. Took about an hour to build but it does its job well. A video of making it here . Pattern available here
  20. Hello Everyone! Brand new newbie here. I'm a firefighter and I'm trying to get into making the helmet shields for those retiring or leaving to go somewhere else. They make awesome gifts. Which brings me to my request, is there anybody out there that has a template that I can print out in order to get a 100% symmetrical and accurate shield? The ones my department lent me are old and pretty misshapen. Also open to any and all advice from anyone willing to help out. If you made it this far, thank you for reading and I hope to hear from you all.
  21. Hello! This is another backpack I made for my girl, you know ladies, they can't get enough of them. I was playing Metroid for two weeks ago and somehow after I finished this I found that the angles of the bag look a bit like Captain Samus's mask. The inspiration might have been unconscious or it may have been something else. Nonetheless here it is
  22. Hello everyone! This is one of my works, a backpack I made for my daily commute. It was made out of veg tan leather and it has 2 compartments. I used two buckles for the strap and the closing part and a zipper for the larger compartment. It took about half a square meter of leather to make and about two days. The pattern for it can be found here
  23. I made this for my mother and she wanted a big bag so I had to comply. It's made of veg tan and pull up leather. There's also a pattern for it if you want to check it out by following the link in my signature. Cheers!
  24. Tandy keeps an on-line digital resource of thousands of their old template/patterns, tips sheets, ideas from some of their tutors eg George Hurst. They even have digital copies of some of the Al Stohlman books and other books. Prices ranged from Free and upwards, many in the 99c and $1.99 brackets Recently I was keeping a load of these patterns and tip sheets in my 'basket'. Cost was to be about $40. I was waiting on a decent $ to £ rate before buying. Last night I went to buy them and found the system had deleted the 'basket' contents. I put the patterns I wanted back in, but the Library pages were slow in loading, up to 1 minute to change a page! But I discovered as I went along the hours [literally, hours] to go thru the Library and put the ones I wanted, plus more, was well worth it. All the patterns et ectrea are FREE, ~ as of the time I write this. (15.25 BST August 10 '19) I've no idea if this a temporary offer or what. Check it out for yourself: https://www.leathercraftlibrary.com/ But remember the website is running very slow right now, but after you buy the download of the pattern is as fast as your own computer allows
  25. My daughter has recently gotten into Falconry (volunteers every year at the local renaissance faire with Last Chance Forever Birds of Prey Conservancy) and I would like to make her a falconry glove of her very own. I have not seen any patterns on this site so wanted to ask if any kind soul out there has a pattern for this sort of glove they would not mind sharing. Also, along with this comes the question about what kind and thickness of leather to use to make the glove. Thanks in advance!
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