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See my videos:

Making a wallet:

Making a watch strap:

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Sweet bag! Isn't that horse halter hardware? What is it lined with? Do you have some pictures of the inside? What kind of leather is the outside? I really like your work, great job!

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Sweet bag! Isn't that horse halter hardware? What is it lined with? Do you have some pictures of the inside? What kind of leather is the outside? I really like your work, great job!

Thanks :) Yes actually it is, fits nice to purpose :)

The bag is lined with vegtan goat skin, outside is milled cow hide. Here's some pictures from inside.

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Beautiful work, thanks for sharing!

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Ha, sorry for my spastic questions. Thanks for the pictures of the inside, I think it's very cool. I love the addition of the horse-hardware.

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Beautiful bag! Thanks for sharing it.

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malchik!

This is some fantastic work. Very tidy and well-thought-out.

Hermes beware!

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Beautiful work!

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malchik!

This is some fantastic work. Very tidy and well-thought-out.

Hermes beware!

Thanks 9tpi (it's actually Joseph Dickson 7tpi slimline :)) I'm still learning :)

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nice color, too...what kind of dye is it...and what is the color called?

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Are the edges just painted? It looks great

Painted, hot-glazed and polished with wax

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nice color, too...what kind of dye is it...and what is the color called?

Thanks, I bought factory dyed so I can't tell. The color is bright orange and I know, I know, pictures should be better, those was taken at the midnight when I was finished with everything. Morning after I delivered the bag.

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Malchik,

Thank you so much for sharing your videos, for those of us still learning they are full of ideas and tips. I really admire your work. Would you be so kind as to share what you are using for edge ink, particularly in your watch strap video? And is it the same material you use on your bag straps? Thank you for your time,

YinTx

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Malchik,

Thank you so much for sharing your videos, for those of us still learning they are full of ideas and tips. I really admire your work. Would you be so kind as to share what you are using for edge ink, particularly in your watch strap video? And is it the same material you use on your bag straps? Thank you for your time,

YinTx

Hi Yin,

sorry for late answer. The edge ink I'm using is Fenice one called section lacquer bought at Tandy, but it seems they don't sell it anymore. I got a tip that Giardini one is good as well and is not so pricy either. you can find more about on http://www.leatheredgepaint.com/portfolio/dense-leather-edge-paint/ and even order cheep trial pack to test if is it working for you. Both of edge paints can be treated thermally (hot-glazing), but please note you hot-glaze just a first layer.

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