New Strap(12/05)

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    New Strap(12/05)

    Well I found a pair of old leather cowboy boots and I decided to try out making a strap out of them. After cutting the boots apart I found that there was not I piece of leather long enough to make the strap so I had to sew 2 pieces together to get the length i needed. Check it out and let me know what you think. This is also the first time I have tried to sew in a keeper. Thanks




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    Re: New Strap(12/05)

    wow must be bad. 7 hours and not one comment

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    Re: New Strap(12/05)

    Not necessarily. I've had days without comments on some of mine (not that mine are good).

    I really like what you did with the sewn-in keeper. It takes away some of the mass associated with a thicker keeper - which I've found sometimes creates a bulge if spaced farther from the buckle. Looks good.

    I only wish you had patched the back with even spaced stitches, but other than that, you did a fine job hiding that you needed the extra little piece. I like that you used a patterned piece too - adds character!

    Keep up the good work, and don't be discouraged if you don't get comments.
    -Matt

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    A man with two watches is never quite sure.

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    Re: New Strap(12/05)

    straps and pics are getting better cheff, keep up the good work!

    best,
    Paul

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