Leather Tooling Pattern Book By Joe Meling - Vol 4
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The leather tooling patterns found in Volume 4 are created to help you create projects that are requested often by customers.
In an effort to help you create products that you are proud to deliver to the market, these patterns will all fit material packs offered at 23+. This can allow you to spend more time tooling & less time cutting leather. See the material packs here.
Even though these fit specific blanks, I encourage you to take advantage of their versatility. The patterns in this book can be used for a variety of projects. Enlarge them, reduce them, and piece them together as needed.
These stunning designs are inspired by Sheridan Style tooling & incorporate elements inspired by renowned artists that I have collaborated with & deeply admire.
They are perfect for beginning toolers seeking to cultivate their own unique style with easy to follow & tool patterns. For the intermediate/advanced leatherworkers they provide fresh inspiration & allow you to add your own style.
Included in Volume 4 are:
- (4) 1.5" Strap goods patterns ideal for belts, bag straps, etc.
- Full floral coster with intricate full tooled
- Oval floral pattern ideal for halter nosebands, purse flaps or patched
- Full floral & vine padfolio ideal for small/medium notepads, planners or Bible covers; may be enlarged for larger full tooled areas
- (2) Small narrow patterns ideal for knife sheaths, tack pieces or small patches
- (3) Small partial vine pieces idea for small corner pieces, sized down for tooled earrings; May also be used for hard to fill areas like chap tops, holsters, tack, etc
- Mirrored Patterns where possible for easy versatility
- Line art for each pattern for easy transfer to your leather
- Shaded backgrounds on the patterns
- Progress pictures showing the intended beveling directions
- My tooled interpretation of the patterns
This is a hard copy book to be shipped out. If you would like a digital book that you can download, please see the Digital Patterns.
For step by step instructional videos on tooling the patterns from this book, click here.