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I often wonder if anybody actually uses the guide so I really enjoy seeing your bag. It looks like you did a very good especially considering that you are still very new to the craft. Your stitching looks very good and consistent. You really managed to flatten that gusset. What thickness of leather did you use?
An awl, a sanding block made of cork a stitching chisel a pen and a cutting mat
I know that the pictures shows a rope inside the handle but the handle I end up using did not have a rope inside due to the thickness of the leather itself. If you chose to use a rope a 6 or 8mm would be a god size but you need to make a test first.
Thank you for this tutorial. The table is super stable!
You are Right. The dimension is missing. On this case the gusset was 7 cm wide.
Mini drill press for free.
Thank your. I cant enter it in the bag contest as it is old.. but I might just make at a new bag for the contest. Thank you for making me aware of the contest.The leather for this bag was bought in my local leather shop as well as the dye. The dye is called roc leather dye and is made here in denmark.
Thank you :)
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