Printing a LARGE leather pattern on a regular printer
Some of our leather patterns are larger than a 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper. Anytime that's the case, this is the way you can print it on your own home printer without taking it to a print shop, using Adobe acrobat reader which is free to download here: https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrob...
Stock & Barrel- Is it tacky to say your own business? Any who we are so grateful for your support this time a year but any time of the year - thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of our hearts
Hemlock & Hyde- We follow so many amazing leatherworkers but we were drawn to our friends Nick and Leann over at Hemlock & Hyde, a husband and wife team killing it always
Wesn Goods- We met Billy a couple years ago after a Sundance Film festival, we clicked instantly, he is a great guy and has a really cool knife business go check it out
Kirks Shoe HQ- Our close family friends have run this shoe business living the entrepreneurial dream, Park always gets his Thorogood boots from them.
Reva Grey- Park's Aunty Janet has the most beautiful jewelry line, I'll take one of everything please! The ladies will love everything
Linebaugh Studios- Hand soldered glass home decor, so beautiful. The attention to details is amazing!
Here's a little unintentional ASMR for ya. I've been anxious to pull out an old pattern, the No.60 satchel and make a few bags with it. I used a pretty heavy weight 9/10oz leather for the whole bag. If I were to do it again, I'd probably use 6/7oz for the gusset because I basically had to beat it into submission. Luckily I got it to work and the bag looks great! I think one of you will really enjoy breaking this bag in.