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Handmade Leather Bag View Instructable »
Thank you! You can use tis technique on just about anything you make. Bracelets, handbags, wallets, belts, etc.
Great tutorial! Thank you!You might want to change your compuer password now...
Thank you very much, it is very kind of you!
The leather is usually slippery while new and polished, but in this case it does not really make any discomfort because the patches (leather pieces) are small and the whole surface is covered with seams in all directions which prevents sliding. Also, very soon the leather will break in and the polished layer on the surface will wear out. Leather will be soft and good.
I don't think you need to vent it, the rug will be flat on the floor and there is no fur on leather so there is no places for moisture to stuck. You would only need to condition it maybe once a year and it will last for years. Apart of that no special care required. As to the slippery thing, if you feel you will be uncomfortable maybe make those patches smaller. It will cause more work for you (plenty of stitching) but will not let your feet to slide as the seams will prevent it.
This one would be great for a prize: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Synology-DS416-Bay-Desktop-Enclosure/dp/B016BTZGM0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1480158860&sr=8-2&keywords=DiskStation%2BDS416play&th=1
Thank you very much!! That makes me feel better :-)Thanks!
Thank you very much for clarifying this for me, I appreciate it!
Thank you Mehlani! I am glad you found my tutorial useful!
So cool!! Can't believe there is no comments here! I love doll houses and always wanted to be able to make my own lighting inside the house. Thank you!
"Make it antique" contest.There will be some awesome instructables I am sure. But the prizes must be very much worth it because not everyone is ready to share theiy antiquing processes LOL
The Network Attached Storage (NAS) at least 12TB would be an awesome Grand Prize. Smaller capacity would be great for first, second, etc prizes.Also, good photo lenses would be greatly appreciated I am sure about it. Good DSLR photo cameras will always be valued by almost anyone I think. Not just point-and-shoot cameras but professional ones or at least semi-pro. And not only for Photo Contests.Leather working tools and machines (splitters, clickers, embossers, leather sewing machines) would be absolutely awesome prizes, there are good companies who make these. There is a lot of woodworking tools and machines for prizes but there is hardly any equipment for leather workers except those rare leathercraft contests.All these would be so much appreciated and not just by me I am sure.Thank you!
I am so going to make them! Thank you very much!! Voted!
Wooow!! That is one... thing! I can not even start to understand how you did it but I am impressed and I voted for you!
This is one awesome tree house! You have my vote!Do you have peacocks in your backyard??
Thank you!! :-)
Thank you very much!
Leather Rug View Instructable »
Woooow.... This is a gorgeous canoe and one hell of commitment and patience! Well done! You have my vote and I hope you win the Grand prize! You so deserve it!
Awesome!!! You got my vote!
Thank you!The length of the handle is 6 1/2" (17cm), length of the blade is 25" (63cm) and the width of the blade is 2 1/4" (6cm).
Thank you! I am glad it is that much inspirational! Good luck to your son!
Thank you very much, I appreciate your support!
Thank you so mcuh!!
Hi, I use sheep wool offcuts, I bought them on ebay some time ago. If you keep an eye for them you will catch them. Tandy sells them, too but much more expensive.
Oh and I forgot to say that yes it can be reused. I have one piece for each color I use the most. After the job is done I don't even wash it. It dries out and is stored in a dedicated tray (where all my coloring stuff it). When I need it again I just dip it into water and here you go, ready for coloring again! Hope this helps.
Antique Leather SwordView Instructable »
WOW! You sure have my vote and I would give you the grand prize!
Congratulations on your win! I saved your tutorial, it is great! Thank you for sharing!
Congratulations on your win! I am not a bicycle person but this looks awesome and very original!
Congratulations!! The sandals are awesome, I am going to make a pair for myself!
Congratulations on the contest win! Your fingers might be sore from so much hand stitching, it deserves respect. Well done!
Congratulations on your winning! As I said before your briefcase is great!
Congratulations on your win! I downloaded your tutorial and am going to try making a travel case for my tools!
Thank you very much! Congratulations to you, too! If you have any questions when making the case do not hesitate to contact me, I will help as much as I can!
Thank you very much! And congratulations to you!
Thank you so much! Congratulations to you, too! I even downloaded your tutorial and am going to try making those sandals! Well done yourself!
Sorry, I can't find the other part of the tutorial. What should I do after I decided if I want a zipper or buttons? How do I go about installing the zipper? And what do I do next? The jacket in the photo is half way finished so I guess I am missing the other part of the tutorial and I can not see any "next page" or something that would indicate there is "to be continued". Thank you!
Will be happy to help in the "Workshop" category please. Thank you!
Thank you Arley! I appreciate it!
Thanks a lot!
Like it! Thank you for sharing!!
It's ok Bev, don't worry! Thank you!!
Thank you Daniel!I can not answer your question because I have not used normal leather dye from Fiebings. I do like the oil one though.
Great work and great briefcase! Thank you for sharing, I voted for you!
This is a great briefcase! Thank you for sharing and you do have my vote!
I like this little bag, thank you for sharing!
I love this kit, I am a big fan of Serge Volken's organic patterns. You have my vote for sure! Thank you for sharing!
Great video and beautiful result Gina, you have my vote!
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