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Let the pictures speak for them selfs. 

Any advice is highly appreciated. 

Greetings Bert 

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Wow, this is fabulous for a first bag, you are off to a great start in leather working. It's obvious that you have other talents as well, because your zipper installation, seams and edges look professional. Job well done.

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Very nice work. I like the design also. 

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Very nice bag!

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thx for the kind words,
the leather is fourth choice, you see some dork points here and there-> beter picture below.
i also attached a close up where the zipper exists the inside off the bag.

 

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I like how you added leather backing to the zipper.  Many folks don't do that but I always do.  Might be unnecesary but it makes me feel better so I do it.  I liked the numbers on the bottom.  When I see that type of thing it captures my interest.  I would say you are ready to attempt a briefcase or such.  Good luck!

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Thx, our next project is a small briefcase. I follow leather classes for 3 months now (1 time a week 4h). I make a new post with the result.

Btw the numbers on the bottom are for traceability. They were put there when they skinned the cow. 

Bert

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