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post #481 of 526
How do you order from unlucky?
post #482 of 526

The belt I ordered from Scott (Unlucky) came in today. Quality work all around, highly recommended.

 

post #483 of 526

hi what kind of leather is that?

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Originally Posted by JugglEvan View Post

The belt I ordered from Scott (Unlucky) came in today. Quality work all around, highly recommended.

 

post #484 of 526
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Originally Posted by summ3rhays View Post

Excited to get my Unlucky wallet.  He emailed me this picture and is dropping it in the mail today.  Pretty cool to find a local guy with great quality.  He was really nice to work with as well which makes all the difference in the world.

 


A little over a month and the indigo from my denim is really adding character to the wallet.  The leather has darkened slightly handling it daily.  Really digging the wallet.

post #485 of 526
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Originally Posted by William Chui View Post

hi what kind of leather is that?

From Scott's website (if it is current), I would think the wicket and craig 15oz natural skirting. However, I left some judgement up to Scott when I ordered; I simply asked for a thick natural belt about 1.5" wide.

post #486 of 526
Has anyone seen this stuff from Etsy by a guy named Atilier Pall? It's a dead ringer for Makr's stuff, down to the font and everything:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/104052990/minimal-leather-wallet-cash-card-holder

But the question I have is who copied who? Atilier Pall says their workshop has been around since 1955.
post #487 of 526
Fun project: a studded bracelet. The outside is cordovan no.8, inside is calf. Not really my style, but i like the result.:



post #488 of 526
Random question - do any of y'all make shell cordovan belts? I realize they'd have to be stitched together from multiple pieces of shell.
post #489 of 526

Great thread idea. The only leather artisan I know isnt really one- he has a small business.

This guy in Seattle is making some f*cking amazing stuff. Lol has anyone

ordered stuff from https://theleathershop.com/

post #490 of 526

How long does it usually take for Scott to reply back?

post #491 of 526

Hello- could you please send me Scott's contact information, I love that wallet. Thanks!

post #492 of 526
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Originally Posted by rgenhofer View Post

Hello- could you please send me Scott's contact information, I love that wallet. Thanks!


Just shot you a pm with the info. 

post #493 of 526

Did you make this? Cool!!

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Originally Posted by Schpacko View Post

Fun project: a studded bracelet. The outside is cordovan no.8, inside is calf. Not really my style, but i like the result.:


post #494 of 526
It's that time again!I need a bag made, nothing fancy. I can't get ahold of Scott/unlucky so I'm willing to work with any leather craftsmen or women icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Pm please!
post #495 of 526
Hi does anyone know how to contact Unlucky?
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