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LEATHERWORKING TIPS

  • Step-by-Step Sandal Repair

    Step-by-Step Sandal Repair

    Do you have beloved sandals, slippers, or shoes that have seen better days? Don't throw them out just yet! Here's a quick, easy-to-follow guide to breathing new life into your favorite footwear using a Jerk Needle Awl and other essential tools and supplies. Let's revive those shoes together!
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  • Tech Tip: Double Loop Lacing

    Tech Tip: Double Loop Lacing

    Leather lacing is a way to join very thick leather by hand. Since leather comes in a variety thicknesses, sometimes projects like saddlery, holster, bags or sheaths require a leather that is too thick for sewing machines, or too heavy to...

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  • Tech Tip: Use & Care for Edge Bevelers

    Tech Tip: Use & Care for Edge Bevelers

    Any time when you are working with stiff veg-tanned or bridle leather, edge bevelers are used to remove that hard leather corners so you can finish edge with slicker or other finishes and get professional looking results. In this tech tip we'll go over two...

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  • Adding Antique to a Leather Belt

    Adding Antique to a Leather Belt

    So your belt is tooled, stamped and dyed. Before you jump into adding Antique to your belt, make sure any dye you applied before hand is throughly dry. On a dry day, your belt could dry within 3~4 hours depends...

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  • Veiner. Beveler. Camouflage: DIY Leather Belt

    Veiner. Beveler. Camouflage: DIY Leather Belt

    Using stamping to belt blanks and strips is a fun and easy way to add pattern to a finished leather belt or bag strap. It’s also a great way to create custom designs without investing in expensive dies. With just a handful of materials and...

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  • Tech Tip: 4 Ways to Edge Finishing

    Tech Tip: 4 Ways to Edge Finishing

    Finishing your edges is what seals the deal on your project! It involves literally applying finishing agent, dye, wax or edge paint to create a barrier along your exposed seams and stop water from seeping in. There are various ways you can achieve beautiful...

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