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Cori Schrader

Mouse Pad: Obviously nothing complicated about this project but they are fun to make and are sure to out live they're store-bought counterpart. I decided to try making one of these because my old mouse pad was falling apart and leaving black flakes all over my computer desk. I was sure leather would be better! This particular one was made for a customer of 8/9 oz tooling leather, 9 3/4" x 8 1/2". Suede backing, and laced with approximately 8 yards of 1/8" calf lace. The tooling designs are from Craftaids, dyed using Pro Dye, resist applied, then antiqued. If making one of these yourself take care to leave the center area of your mouse pad smooth to assure proper tracking.



Jim Hay

Album Cover: A photo album cover done in Sheridan style



Deb Starr
Dakota Country Leather

Miss Rodeo South Dakota Album: The album I completed for my niece for the Miss Rodeo America competition. It took First Place in Las Vegas.



Becky Custer

Chaps: These were my first project, a pair of kids handsewn shotgun chaps with basketstamped yokes.



Walter Jones

Wallet & Stool: Mule motifs on tri-leg stool and wallet back.



Stephen Berner
SteveB Leatherworks

Toolbag: Maker of leather goods for bikeriders, known for uniquely designed and tooled wallets, belts, knife sheaths and toolbags


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