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Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 2

Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 2 by Rebecca HedgesRebecca explains the tools of leatherwork by taking you through an example of carving leather. Follow along and try a new skill!

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likeloislaine  
  This is a great article! Thank you so much for sharing it. I've always been intrigued by leather work. I had no idea it had to be handled so delicately, despite it being such a tough material. It seems very rewarding to work with.  
 
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absolutedevotion  
  I'm very pleased you liked the article. :) Leather is really strong when is all finished and sealed, but until then, it needs to be treated with kindness. It took me a while to work that out. :)  
 
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paddyk  
  I love your work. Thanks for sharing this information with us.  
 
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absolutedevotion  
  Thank you, you're very welcome! I am really pleased to share something I love with you all, and I hope you will give it a try. :)
 
 
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andi_sunrider  
  What great timing for this article! I just saw this article on the weekend and was very intigued, and now I have the background on how to do it all when I get to my to-do list!
http://makezine.com/2016/02/25/how-to-3d-print-your-own-leather-tooling-stamps/
 
 
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absolutedevotion  
  Wonderful Link! I'm so pleased you like the article. :) I hope you will post photos when you are up and running with your leatherwork.

Creating your own stamps is an excellent idea. :) It's always a great unique touch.
 
 
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