Just finished this leather "turtle shell"style bowl. Great for holding keys and other random junk on a table near the door. Made for 14 ounce armour grade cow leather. Cut an oval piece 14" by 12". Then cut 12 lazy 'S's from the edges in-wards. Put an eye through each wedge and then lace, making sure to overlap each segment with the one before it so that you can bend them into a bowl shape. Then stain with your desired technique.
A simple bison leather holder for my new spy glass. Just wanted to practice some tight stitching at awkward joints. Now to add a belt fastener and it will be ready to wear.
Another stamped and died leather bracelet.
Tooled leather bracelet with an antique finish and golden highlights. Fastening system made of two punched eyelets and an adjustable calf skin leather lace. Hard to get a good picture of it, because the light really affects what you see. The gold highlighting is translucent and blends in with the antique effect, but when the light strikes the bracelet the pattern then appears to glow.
Created a quick-release leather throwing axe gaurd that can attach to any belt. In this case I also used a swivel knife to extend the pattern of the axe head onto the guard itself. Then I dyed the leather black and used a gold pearlescent liquid acrylic from Daler Rowney to highlight it.