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This is a wet form pouch that I made

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Those are pretty cool.  The hair is quite realistic.  How do they stay shut?

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Not my thing but love how it came out after washing the antique....

 

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Its not the subject that matters its the craft. The leather will be used daily, and will become like flannel. Very soft and we'll just fold shut by itself

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Soooo Cool  :spoton:

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I thought I'd share,  had requests for another bag. Another wet form. That Raider ring I did as a joke has gotten me for other jobs

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Do you hammer your stitch's?

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You need to concentrate on the stitching as much as the decoration on the bag/pouch. You also need to consider flap closing methods as this can contribute greatly to your work. I use contrast stitching so I can see how much I need to improve.Keep at it :) 

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Interesting that you know what I need but I am

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On 4/23/2019 at 3:08 PM, Pkay said:

You need to concentrate on the stitching as much as the decoration on the bag/pouch. You also need to consider flap closing methods as this can contribute greatly to your work. I use contrast stitching so I can see how much I need to improve.Keep at it :) 

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Pkay,

That's good constructive criticism, and a good photographic example.  I appreciate your input (even if the OP doesn't).  Always trying to learn. :yes:

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On 4/22/2019 at 3:30 PM, DV8DUG said:

Do you hammer your stitch's?

 

 

 

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Do not hammer stitches, run wheel to seat stitches

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It's cool! Howe much time it takes?

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On 5/20/2019 at 5:37 PM, Bawarrior said:

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Ha!  love this one!  Great work!

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Like that design some good carving work there

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Thanks for kind comment

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