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Custom Leather Work Shop

We don't like machine work! So we make our own custom style...in leather!

 This group is for every one who would like to make and for those who make custom leather production!

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Latest Activity: Dec 20, 2016

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Heavy-Duty Belt-Clip Pouch for Leatherman ST 300

Started by Derek Wells. Last reply by Carl Rechsteiner Sep 17, 2016. 6 Replies

There is nothing dainty about these beasts from Leatherman so on yet another wet windy day downunder I've been experimenting with a Belt Carry option of my own design. So Far So Good...I've worn it…Continue

DIY leather stamping tools

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Jan Carter Sep 14, 2016. 2 Replies

Too good to not share, making your own leather stamps!DIY Leather StampsContinue

Tags: tools, leather, DIY

Knife Pouches / Slips Made with simple everyday tools Tutorial WIP

Started by Derek Wells. Last reply by J.J. Smith III Sep 4, 2016. 15 Replies

This WIP was inspired by a post on a local forum here in Australia a couple of days ago about a pocket slip a chap bought on EBay for 10 Pounds out of the UK – just under $20 Australian – that’s…Continue

Just learning about leather work

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan. Last reply by Charles Sample Sep 2, 2016. 2 Replies

Hello all. I am not an expert by any means at working with leather. I am however, interested in learning more about how to do it the proper way. I have made a few items myself, but have not been…Continue

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Comment by John w schmidt on February 13, 2015 at 18:40
Don't be sorry Jan,just thought it it was worth trying. Maybe it was too far gone. It didn't look good to start. Who knows what it's been through before it landed in my lap. I'll try some more and post if better results.
Comment by Jan Carter on February 13, 2015 at 18:30

John,

I have never used it.  I am sorry you had this experience with !  It is very hard to spend the money to try to restore a knife and have it turn out like this

Comment by John w schmidt on February 13, 2015 at 18:11
Anybody try Leather rejuvenator from Preservation Solutions? It costs a lot and claimed it could save old,dry,brittle leather so I tried it on a Kabar handle that was all of the above.it made it very dark and I don't see any softness like it was suppose to do. Any one else try it?
Comment by Bruce McLain on August 4, 2014 at 22:46

Thanks for the link

Both glues I purchased at Tandys ( Which is only a few minutes away )

I liked the Fieldings which is like an Elmers glue lots of working time

The barge cement was a contact type glue which needs to set first

I will look for the brand you are suggesting. Foe applicators I cut small pcs. of scap leather this allows you to adjust size easily very cheap

Comment by Jason Oncedisturbed Riley on August 4, 2014 at 21:09
I have had similar problems as we'll and found so far that the Tanners Bond Cement has worked best for me and I use a glue applicator or palette knife to apply it.
Here is the link from Tandy Leather for the glue I use;

http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com.au/en-aud/home/department/leathe...
Comment by Bruce McLain on August 2, 2014 at 15:20

Thanks Jason

I made one and it came out good but I have just changed to a new glue and where the glue got on leather it acted as a resist and did not stain so I wont show it off till I make another. I used to use Fieldlings which works great. But I could not find so tried Barge cement which holds good but you have to be very very carefull applying.I dont reccomend

Comment by Jason Oncedisturbed Riley on July 31, 2014 at 5:49
Nice sheathes and holsters. The crosdraw is not my design as I have a template for it that i had made up for me.

Basically i find a style and put my "tweak" on it.

Have only just entered the realm of holsters after completing my first for all sized revolvers and mid range pistols.
Will be starting on a range of glock holsters from 9mm through 357 version over the next few weeks.
Comment by Bruce McLain on July 21, 2014 at 14:49

Jason 

Nice job I like the cross draw sheath. Is this your pattern?

Would like to attempt one similar.

Comment by Steve Hanner on July 19, 2014 at 15:54

Some great work Bob and Bruce you have been busy! My my!

Comment by Jan Carter on July 17, 2014 at 20:50

Bruce you have been busy and doing very well!!!

 
 
 

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