Adding a welt to a knife sheath or an ax sheath can be difficult, especially when there are tight corners or tapers. In this video, Chuck shows several ways to form the welts, including wet forming and cutting darts into the leather. We hope this is helpful information and that welts become an easy step in your sheath and holster projects!
We get a lot of questions about what kind of glue to use, how to apply it, and when to use what type of glue. In this video, Chuck explains the difference between white glue and contact cement and goes over some tips and tricks to applying it! Chuck also shows an easy way to apply glue to a large project.
Get clean and consistent edges quickly and easily with the EZ Edge Strap Edger. This benchtop tool comes with two #2 blades with six cutting edges. Once the cutting edge dulls, just turn the blade to the next edge and you have a sharp, new blade.
Learn how to carve a Celtic knot onto leather using just a few basic stamping tools. Chuck shows how to case the leather, transfer the pattern, cut in lines, bevel, and background. Celtic knots are a beautiful and easy non-traditional pattern to tool if you’re looking for something different or just starting out!
Chuck is back with some more shop tips and tricks! In this video, Chuck shows some tips on securing belt buckles using stitching, swapping out strap cutter blades, cleaning out a stitch groover blade, and more! We hope this information is helpful to you and makes the time in your shop easier and more productive!
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