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Making a leather handbag with cute little flowers and a basketweave pattern! All handmade and handtooled by Jeweleeches Vivian Hebing! Do you want to see more of my work, you can find me on Facebook, Youtube and Etsy too! On Youtube you can see my tutorial video's! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaFFog0cL9EV5ITUjTO_0hw

Making a leather handbag with cute little flowers and a basketweave pattern! All handmade and handtooled by Jeweleeches Vivian Hebing! Do you want to see more of my work, you can find me on Facebook, Youtube and Etsy too! On Youtube you can see my tutorial video's! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaFFog0cL9EV5ITUjTO_0hw

Cossack boots Yesaul

Cossack boots Yesaul

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Beautiful stitching

Beautiful stitching

couture main

couture main

Economy Heritage® Leather Skiver                                                                                                                                                      More

Economy Heritage® Leather Skiver More

Just finished suede #watchstrap for a vintage #rolex #handmade #handsewn #handstitched #bespoke #menstyle #menfashion #fashion #style #crafts #simaprague

Just finished suede #watchstrap for a vintage #rolex #handmade #handsewn #handstitched #bespoke #menstyle #menfashion #fashion #style #crafts #simaprague

Adjust Strip and Strap Cutter Leather Hand Cutting Tool With Blade DIY Sale - Banggood.com sold out

Adjust Strip and Strap Cutter Leather Hand Cutting Tool With Blade DIY Sale - Banggood.com sold out

Modelage

Modelage

Belts were of great importance as they were a symbol of warrior status. Civilians had no need for belts, but for a warrior it was an essential piece of equipment. From time to time civilians were actually forbidden to wear belts. Among the mamluks, belts were also used to denote rank, with different ranks of emirs (commanders) having different belts. some 13th century bronze belt fittings from Syria, these would be attached to a leather belt.

Belts were of great importance as they were a symbol of warrior status. Civilians had no need for belts, but for a warrior it was an essential piece of equipment. From time to time civilians were actually forbidden to wear belts. Among the mamluks, belts were also used to denote rank, with different ranks of emirs (commanders) having different belts. some 13th century bronze belt fittings from Syria, these would be attached to a leather belt.