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  • Leather hide and cut straps
    purchase a strap cutting tool Straps are priced individually price reflects the dimensions and quality of leather used Harness grade straps are a minimum of 1 5m 60 long cowhide shoulder straps can be shorter Online Catalogue Leather hide cut straps sRecentPrefix onclick ScrollBackRecent Recently Viewed sRecentImageRowPrefix sRecentImageItem sRecentImageRowSuffix sRecentDescRowPrefix sRecentDescItem NAME sRecentDescRowSuffix sRecentPriceRowPrefix sRecentPriceItem sRecentPriceRowSuffix sRecentDeleteRowPrefix sRecentDeleteItem sRecentDeleteRowSuffix sRecentSuffix sRecentEmptyList Free Tutorials Doing the Saddle Stitch Doing the Backstitch Threading a Needle Finishing Edges Make a Paper Pattern Fix and Sharpen an Awl Sharpening Other Tools Leather Carving and Tooling Leather Thickness Chart Making a Strop Best Sellers 18 3 Natural 50g 4 75 Linen thread 18 3 NATURAL undyed rvs polished 50g cop Approx 180 metres find out more Awl harness mounted and sharpened 7 99 A harness awl blade of your choice mounted in an haft then sharpened and polished AH37 AH45 will be mounted in a traditional awl haft AHSAD find out more Hand Stitching Leather Kit 14 95 Learn the saddle stitch and the backstitch Includes awl wax thread harness needles leather practice pieces and illustrated instruction booklet find out more Clicking knife handle 12 69 A hardwood handle with a steel screw grip attachment

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/Leather_hide_cut_straps.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Punches and chisels
    Catalogue Punches chisels Punches chisels Chisels strap end punches Punches Online Catalogue Punches chisels sRecentPrefix onclick ScrollBackRecent Recently Viewed sRecentImageRowPrefix sRecentImageItem sRecentImageRowSuffix sRecentDescRowPrefix sRecentDescItem NAME sRecentDescRowSuffix sRecentPriceRowPrefix sRecentPriceItem sRecentPriceRowSuffix sRecentDeleteRowPrefix sRecentDeleteItem sRecentDeleteRowSuffix sRecentSuffix sRecentEmptyList Free Tutorials Doing the Saddle Stitch Doing the Backstitch Threading a Needle Finishing Edges Make a Paper Pattern Fix and Sharpen an Awl Sharpening Other Tools Leather Carving and Tooling Leather Thickness Chart Making a Strop Best Sellers 18 3 Natural 50g 4 75 Linen thread 18 3 NATURAL undyed rvs polished 50g cop Approx 180 metres find out more Awl harness mounted and sharpened 7 99 A harness awl blade of your choice mounted in an haft then sharpened and polished AH37 AH45 will be mounted in a traditional awl haft AHSAD find out more Hand Stitching Leather Kit 14 95 Learn the saddle stitch and the backstitch Includes awl wax thread harness needles leather practice pieces and illustrated instruction booklet find out more Clicking knife handle 12 69 A hardwood handle with a steel screw grip attachment for CKBL S straight or CKBL C curved blade find out more Copper rivet washer 10 gauge 3 2 x 19mm 6 00 Bag of 30 3

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/Punches_chisels.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Stitching kits and starter kits
    needles thread beeswax 4 pre marked leather practise pieces nylon finishing tool No 2 edge shave edge finishing compound wool dauber and polishing cloth There is also a 22 page ring bound instruction book covering safety tools leather stitching and finishing techniques Plus a FREE Belt project AN IDEAL GIFT 39 95 Total Price Quantity Ref LSK in stock OUT OF STOCK Online Catalogue Starter Stitching Kits sRecentPrefix onclick ScrollBackRecent Recently Viewed sRecentImageRowPrefix sRecentImageItem sRecentImageRowSuffix sRecentDescRowPrefix sRecentDescItem NAME sRecentDescRowSuffix sRecentPriceRowPrefix sRecentPriceItem sRecentPriceRowSuffix sRecentDeleteRowPrefix sRecentDeleteItem sRecentDeleteRowSuffix sRecentSuffix sRecentEmptyList Free Tutorials Doing the Saddle Stitch Doing the Backstitch Threading a Needle Finishing Edges Make a Paper Pattern Fix and Sharpen an Awl Sharpening Other Tools Leather Carving and Tooling Leather Thickness Chart Making a Strop Best Sellers 18 3 Natural 50g 4 75 Linen thread 18 3 NATURAL undyed rvs polished 50g cop Approx 180 metres find out more Awl harness mounted and sharpened 7 99 A harness awl blade of your choice mounted in an haft then sharpened and polished AH37 AH45 will be mounted in a traditional awl haft AHSAD find out more Hand Stitching Leather Kit 14 95 Learn the saddle stitch and the backstitch Includes awl wax thread

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/Starter_Kits.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Stitching tools and supplies
    of stitchmarking irons hand ground from carbon steel Available in three widths 12mm 25mm and 32mm and with 4 to 12 teeth per 25mm Also stitch marking wheels Online Catalogue Stitching tools supplies sRecentPrefix onclick ScrollBackRecent Recently Viewed sRecentImageRowPrefix sRecentImageItem sRecentImageRowSuffix sRecentDescRowPrefix sRecentDescItem NAME sRecentDescRowSuffix sRecentPriceRowPrefix sRecentPriceItem sRecentPriceRowSuffix sRecentDeleteRowPrefix sRecentDeleteItem sRecentDeleteRowSuffix sRecentSuffix sRecentEmptyList Free Tutorials Doing the Saddle Stitch Doing the Backstitch Threading a Needle Finishing Edges Make a Paper Pattern Fix and Sharpen an Awl Sharpening Other Tools Leather Carving and Tooling Leather Thickness Chart Making a Strop Best Sellers 18 3 Natural 50g 4 75 Linen thread 18 3 NATURAL undyed rvs polished 50g cop Approx 180 metres find out more Awl harness mounted and sharpened 7 99 A harness awl blade of your choice mounted in an haft then sharpened and polished AH37 AH45 will be mounted in a traditional awl haft AHSAD find out more Hand Stitching Leather Kit 14 95 Learn the saddle stitch and the backstitch Includes awl wax thread harness needles leather practice pieces and illustrated instruction booklet find out more Clicking knife handle 12 69 A hardwood handle with a steel screw grip attachment for CKBL S straight or CKBL C curved

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/Stitching_tools_supplies.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Leaterworking Thread, lacing and cords
    refers to the number of yarns that have been plied together The 18 indicates that it takes 5 400 yards of such yarn to weigh a pound It can be seen why bigger numbers mean smaller thread the thinner the yarns the more of them it takes to make a pound In conclusion A 35 3 thread is made of three yarns each made from 1 pound of flax spun out to 10 500 yards and then twisted together Online Catalogue Thread lacing cords sRecentPrefix onclick ScrollBackRecent Recently Viewed sRecentImageRowPrefix sRecentImageItem sRecentImageRowSuffix sRecentDescRowPrefix sRecentDescItem NAME sRecentDescRowSuffix sRecentPriceRowPrefix sRecentPriceItem sRecentPriceRowSuffix sRecentDeleteRowPrefix sRecentDeleteItem sRecentDeleteRowSuffix sRecentSuffix sRecentEmptyList Free Tutorials Doing the Saddle Stitch Doing the Backstitch Threading a Needle Finishing Edges Make a Paper Pattern Fix and Sharpen an Awl Sharpening Other Tools Leather Carving and Tooling Leather Thickness Chart Making a Strop Best Sellers 18 3 Natural 50g 4 75 Linen thread 18 3 NATURAL undyed rvs polished 50g cop Approx 180 metres find out more Awl harness mounted and sharpened 7 99 A harness awl blade of your choice mounted in an haft then sharpened and polished AH37 AH45 will be mounted in a traditional awl haft AHSAD find out more

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/Thread_lacing_cords.html (2016-04-27)
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    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/cgi-bin/ss000002.pl?PRODREF=LWHB&NOLOGIN=1 (2016-04-27)
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  • Doing the Saddle Stitch - a free tutorial.
    Pierce the leather with quick push do not twist or waggle the blade as you may break it and will certainly open up and round the hole excessively See Fig 4 If the blade does not pass easily through the leather it should be sharpened before continuing or you will break it before the line of stitches is complete See Fix and Sharpen an Awl Fig 5 Pushing the needle through from the left Keep the awl in the palm of your right hand and push one of the needles through the hole from the left See Fig 5 Fig 6 Getting the threads the same length Draw out the thread until there is an equal length on either side of the work See Fig 6 You now have to learn to handle three implements with two hands Follow the pictures and with a little practice it soon becomes second nature You may find it easier to vary the tool swapping technique to suit your own comfort this is fine as long as you are working safely and comfortably Fig 7 The awl piercing the second slot Hold one needle in the left hand and grip the other needle between the index and middle fingers of the right hand Support the back of the leather with thumb and forefinger of the left hand but be sure to keep them clear of the impending awl exit point Pierce the next hole with the awl See Fig 7 Fig 8 The awl seen from the back of the work The stitches on the left hand side of the work can only be neat if the awl is used accurately and at the same angle for each hole This comes with practice don t worry too much about this until you have mastered tool swapping See Fig 8 Using the needles Fig 9 Pass the left needle through first Let the awl rest in the palm of your right hand support it with your little finger The right hand needle rests between the first two fingers of the right hand Then bring the left needle forward and hold it between the thumb and first finger of the left hand Push the left needle through the slot you have just made See Fig 9 Fig 10 The right needle crossed behind the left Holding the right needle between thumb and first finger place it behind the left needle to form a cross See Fig 10 Fig 11 The needles gripped across each other Form a cross with the needles See Fig 11 Fig 12 Pulling the left needle through Grasp the left needle between thumb and index finger of the right hand and pull it through Note that the THREAD is being pulled you should try to do this whenever possible to minimise strain on the eye of the needle The left hand is holding the thread under slight tension thus ensuring it slides to the bottom of the slot See Fig 12 Fig

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/sadstit.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Doing the Backstitch - a free tutorial.
    eye of the needle See Threading a needle Wash your hands if necessary Leather stains easily and is very difficult to clean Place the leather in your clamp The stitching line should be in clear view and at a good height while you stitch It is usually easier to stitch towards you If you do not have proper clamps two 400mm x 60mm pieces of wood taped together around the work piece and held between your knees as you sit will suffice You are now ready to start stitching Starting to stitch Fig 4 The awl in use during a backstitch Inspect the awl blade It has an elongated diamond profile that will pierce a slotted hole in the leather The slot should be made at the correct angle each time so that the stitches can lie properly This is achieved by turning the awl until two of the blade facets are facing you and the one on top i e furthest away is parallel with the top edge of the leather Pierce the leather with quick push do not twist or waggle the blade as you may break it and will certainly open up and round the hole excessively With the leather in your clamp pierce the first TWO slots with the awl See Fig 4 If the blade does not pass easily through the leather it should be sharpened before continuing or you will break it before the line of stitches is complete See the Awl sharpening guide Fig 5 Push the needle through the second slot Push the needle thread through the SECOND slot from the left side back of the work Pull the needle through with your right hand See Fig 5 Fig 5 Push the needle through the second slot From the right side of the work push the needle through the PRECEEDING slot and pull it through with your left hand See Fig 6 Leave a long end when pulling the thread through this will be trapped in the future line of stitches to lock it Fig 7 The awl piercing the second slot Whilst holding the needle in your left hand pierce the next hole with the awl See Fig 7 Fig 8 The needle enters the work from left to right and the left thumb catches a loop Push the needle into this slot from the left and pull it through with your right hand Use the thumb of your left hand to capture a loop in the thread See Fig 8 Passing the needle under the loop Fig 9 Pass the needle through the previous hole with your right hand Push the needle back through the previous hole and under the loop of thread Take care not to pierce the thread already running through the hole See Fig 9 Fig 10 Pull the backstitch tight before the front one Pull the back stitch tight with your right hand and catch the loose end under it before tightening the front stitch with

    Original URL path: http://www.bowstock.co.uk/acatalog/backstit.html (2016-04-27)
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