The Leather Element: Using a Leather Stitch Groover

We’ve had several questions about the leather stitch groover, which is one of Chuck’s go-to tools so, in this video, we’ll show you some tips and tricks on this handy tool. This tool creates stitch lines as well as decorative cuts and edge lines.

2 Replies to “The Leather Element: Using a Leather Stitch Groover”

  1. I guess my groover is super cheap because it is made backward from yours. The cutter is on the arm and you use the post for the guide. Any tips on these other than just buy a better groover? I appreciate all the help you have given me on the leather element, keep up the good work.

    1. Hi Ron,
      You should be able to sharpen and clean out the groover blade the same way for the style you have. The main difference is just what you mentioned, that the blade is on the guide arm instead of the main body but the tool itself should function the same as the one in the video. Hope that helps!

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