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  • Step-by-step directions and pictures illustrate easy leathercrafting suggestions: deciding upon leather-based, stamping and adorning, sewing and lacing, and completing
  • Projects in either conventional and modern kinds
  • Detailed how-to details teaches what you must discover ways to start during this enjoyable and renowned craft
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    They are also available in genuine or faux turquoise, mother of pearl, and gemstone. They may have a screw back for easy changing or a rivet back for permanent placement. Slotted types are threaded with lace. 51 2 Basic Techniques Now that you are familiar with the various leathercraft tools and supplies, learn how to properly use them. The following step-by-step instructions start with selecting the proper carving and lining leather and end with applying finishing products. Practice these techniques on scrap leather until you feel comfortable with each procedure.

    STITCHING THREAD Waxed linen thread is the best choice. If you don't use prewaxed thread, you must wax it by passing it through beeswax. It's sold in black, natural, and brown. Avoid nylon thread for leather projects; it is not as flexible and tends to cut the leather over time. STITCHING NEEDLE Also called saddler's needles, they have large eyes and blunt tips. 35 STITCHING PONY Holds your work firmly during lacing or stitching. Place the horizontal arm under your legs while sitting in a chair.

    Can be mixed to create different colors or tones. OIL DYE Available in black, a range of browns, and several other colors. They penetrate leather deeply and will result in even, highly opaque coverage. They can be applied with a wool dauber or a dry sponge. Latex gloves are recommended to keep the dye from staining your hands. 41 EDGE KOTE Protects leather from moisture and imparts a professional finished look. Available in brown and black and is applied with a wool dauber or high-quality cotton swab.

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