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Dog collar number 4 off to the new owner. 

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Super clean work!  The dog might not appreciate the beauty but its human will.

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Nice Job Lily. Is the name burn't on or stamped and dyed?

Don't know where you're from but over here in the UK the prices of puppies have gone through the roof and hence dog stealing is getting worse. For this reason we're encouraged to just put an address or phone number on the collar instead of a name so whoever steals the dog doesn't know what to call it. It's a shame because the name thing is part of our love for the dog.

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6 hours ago, toxo said:

Nice Job Lily. Is the name burn't on or stamped and dyed?

Don't know where you're from but over here in the UK the prices of puppies have gone through the roof and hence dog stealing is getting worse. For this reason we're encouraged to just put an address or phone number on the collar instead of a name so whoever steals the dog doesn't know what to call it. It's a shame because the name thing is part of our love for the dog.

Thanks Toxo!

Interesting about the dog stealing and cost. I've seen some collars with a phone number on them. It's a shame we live a world that's such a wreck. 

7 hours ago, Tugadude said:

Super clean work!  The dog might not appreciate the beauty but its human will.

Thanks so much!

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Looks very clean and well executed!

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man your stuff is beautiful! Its so clean and nice looking work all the way through.

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Nice work!  I am envious of your stitching.  How do you prepare the padded liner for sewing?  Is it glued in place?

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On 4/7/2021 at 8:26 AM, chuck123wapati said:

man your stuff is beautiful! Its so clean and nice looking work all the way through.

Thanks Chuck!

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4 hours ago, TomE said:

Nice work!  I am envious of your stitching.  How do you prepare the padded liner for sewing?  Is it glued in place?

Thank you! I use an 1/8th inch closed cell foam and wrap it in the upholstery leather. Then I use a contact adhesive and place it just right and make my holes with a Blanchard stitching iron.

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Thanks for the hand sewing tips. I’m thinking about making a bridle with some padded straps. 

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So nice!

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I think that good work should be celebrated and you should go check out the work on benlily1's website...

http://www.buttskinz.com/

 

Truly remarkable seats.

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