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Archive Project and Start Date Announced!

Posted on 12/16/2009 by tandy leather

Leather artist Charlie Davenport has pulled out one of the most requested patterns “Lord’s Supper” by Christine Stanley from our archives to do as our first step-by-step project. This Tandy Leather/Craftool pattern pack, first available during the mid-60s, has been pulled from the archives and scanned into .pdf form. The entire pattern pack will made available online starting Saturday, December 19th on our website www.tandyleatherfactory.com in the eBooks section for $12.99. The epattern includes (cover art, 2pgs of Al Stohlman’s tips on figure carving, full size tracing pattern and photocarve, and tiled versions of the tracing pattern and photocarve to print out on 8.5”x11”paper for your convience).The step-by-step lesson schedule will be:

Monday, December 21st – Wednesday, December 23rd

Christmas Break

Monday, December 28th – Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

New Years Break

Monday, January 4th – Until completion.

He will be working through this project daily, answering your questions and posting his progress with photos and step-by-step instructions on http://tandyleather.wordpress.com

The following are some of the techniques that will be covered during this project:

Cutting Leather

Design Transfer

Leather Preparation

Carving Line Elements



Coloring with “Eco-Flo” leather dyes




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I just wanted to give this a bump in case anyone that was interested in watching Charlie's lesson had forgotten about it. Charley started posting his "how to" on this project on Tandy's blog yesterday. You can get the the blog by clicking here and while you are there, you can sign up to be notified as additional posts are made. I'm really looking forward to seeing how he tackles all those faces.

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Just wanted to give this a bump again. Charley's doing a great job with this lesson. He's giving lots of good advice and tips, and good pictures. If you're interested in improving your figure carving, you really owe it to yourself to check this out.

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