What a project! I've only done one more of these and it was pretty small and without the belt. This holster here for GH was to be a western style gun belt & holster, with his initials. Those were his only requests. I had "artistic freedom" to decide on all the rest. What fun! It was cut from heavy, natural, vegetable tanned leather: thick stuff! It was tooled, holes were punched & it was wet-formed, then it was dyed & a finish was applied. Then, assembly. And then it was worn! 🙂 Thanks GH! A fun project and a learning experience as well! * * *
All set for tomorrows market day - The Spring Fling on Oak Island, the first of the year! My containers are FULL of freshly made leather goods and the truck is loaded . . . I worked hard to make the loading and unloading and the general set-up easier on myself for the upcoming season but, when I was loading the truck I swear I have MORE stuff. Oh well. Hope to see you there! 😄
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"They just don't make 'em like they used to." I've said it many times about certain things and HEARD it even more. NOT TRUE though, when it comes to leather. It's good stuff! You'll have to give it some TLC every now and then but if you take the time to do this, your leather goods will last and last . . . and last . . . and last. It's worth your time, trust me. >> THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT MEANT FOR SUEDE << Let's start with CLEANING a leather belt. Keeping in mind that you don't want to saturate the leather, take a lukewarm damp cloth and wipe off any grime or sweat. Back & front. More than...