By William Hollis et al.

Step by step directions and pictures illustrate uncomplicated leathercrafting suggestions: determining leather-based, stamping and adorning, sewing and lacing, and completing. tasks in either conventional and modern styles
(Пошаговое иллюстрированное руководство по работе с кожей. Выбор кожи, тиснение и украшения, шитье нитью и шнуром, проекты в традиционных и современных стилях)

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Tracing paper is a coated translucent paper that comes in pads. It is more delicate than film but can still be used several times. Transfer film is heavier, translucent, waterproof paper sold by the yard. It is more expensive than tracing paper but is more durable and can be used over and over. 30 TOOLING STAMPS Hundreds of reasonably priced stamping tools are now available. In the early days, tools were handmade from nails. In the late 1940s, commercial production began in the United States, with the Craftool Company taking the lead.

Beeswax is available at craft and farm stores; paraffin can be found at most grocery stores. Making Edge Wax To make edge wax, you will need equal parts of beeswax and paraffin. An ounce or two of each is plenty. A clean pet food or tuna can is an ideal container for making the wax. Pair it with a plastic pet food can lid and you'll have a convenient storage container. Edge wax can be left out on your work bench or placed in your tool box; it doesn't need to be kept in a sealed container. The last item you need is a candle warmer or tart burner to melt the wax and paraffin.

10. First mark the center position of the design on the leather piece then locate the center of your design on the film. 59 11. Position the film or paper over your leather and match up the center marks. 12. Trace the design with the tip of the stylus, pressing hard enough to make an impression but not so hard that you punch through the film or paper. 13. Continue tracing until all the lines are transferred onto the leather. 60 14. Check to make sure you traced all the lines. If not, replace the pattern precisely over the transferred design and complete all lines.

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