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A Brief Introduction To Leather
I recently took part in a course through the Canadian Bookbinding and Book Arts Guild (CBBAG).
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Natalie laid out a large sample of leathers and explained the different types of skins (cow, lamb, and deer) as we touched and pulled them with our hands.
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For SCA fighting, you should probably start with at least 8 ounce leather, which the hardening process will thicken to about 10 ounce.
Spinneybeck full grain leathers are superior to top grain leathers.
They are stronger. Full grain leathers have greater tensile strength and are less likely to ‘puddle’ than leathers which have lost the surface layers.
Don't you also think that leather feels simply wonderful, so soft and supple? With it beings so beautifully soft and sensuous. high-quality pure aniline makes you want to touch it all the time.
Leather can broadly be divided into full grain (naked), top grain, enhanced grain, corrected grain, and split leathers.
Leather is not a by-product of the meat and dairy industry.
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In today’s world of closed doors and discrete conversations it’s hard to know just what you’re “buying into”—even what you’re biting into! With oil spills and barn-yard slaughter houses
Germs are the most common organisms in the world. They can (and do) live anywhere! The common countertop has thousands of little bacteria living on it.
The twentieth century updated countless age-old traditions. The graceful Sunday stroll was streamlined into a Sunday ride.
“100% real is the deal!” “Imitation is for the birds [and monkeys].”There is an impulse these days that is something isn’t “organic”then it’s simply not worth the money.
My friend, Lionel Dacre, lived in the Avenue de Wagram, Paris. His house was that small one, with the iron railings and grass plot in front of it, on the left-hand side as you pass down from the Arc de Triomphe.
I had known Dacre in England, for my researches in the Assyrian Room of the British Museum had been conducted at the time when he was endeavouring to establish a mystic and esoteric meaning in the Babylonian tablets