Dye, Adhesives and Leather Finishes
Our extensive line of Fiebing’s products are mineral spirit/alcohol based; many leather crafters prefer these because they believe they penetrate deeper into the leather’s pours, resulting in more consistent coloring. However, Tandy Leather recently introduced the Eco-Flo product line, an high quality, environmentally friendly water based stain-dye. If you need help deciding which is best for your project, please feel free to contact one of our consultants at email@example.com.
Our extensive inventory of Conchos include Decorative Rivets, Rivetback, Screwback, Slotted, and Spots & Spikes. Most are screw backs and rivet backs attachments, but we also have a nice selection of slotted and bezel Conchos. The Conchos are designed to work with is 1/4” (6.4 mm) standard thickness leather; these can be extended with Concho screws or saddle screws. The bezel Conchos are attached with decorative rivets in sizes 5 mm, 6 mm and 7 mm diameters. If you need help finding or purchasing Conchos, please contact one of our consultants at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Belts are great fun to make. These can be colored, stamped, and trimmed anyway imaginable for a unique, one of a kind look. If you need help choosing belts or the right leather tools needed for the job, please contact one of our consultants at email@example.com.
Hardware is an essential necessity to leather working. Bag clasps, snaps, rivets, Chicago screws, grommets, eyelets, buttons and zippers will turn your leather into functional art ready for the most rigorous uses. From horse tack to handbags, our hardware will serve you well. If you have any trouble finding the right hardwarematch for your project, please contact one of our consultants at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beads, spikes, spots and other embellishments are great adornments to leather craft. If you can't find an item you're looking for please contact one of our consultants at email@example.com.
Buckles come in a variety of styles and finishes including buckle sets, roller buckles, heel bar buckles, strap buckles, Conway bucklesand bridle buckles. The buckles used for the belt blanks are so easy to interchange because of the snap attachments—several can be used for the same belt. If you're looking for a certain style, please contact one of our consultants at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sewing is a integral part of joining leathertogether. With a little experience, it can be a enjoyable part of the craft. We carry needles that will work for every project. Waxed threads make working with leather much easier, but adding extra beeswax from time to time will also help. Using a hand sewing punch, or awls with one of the interchangeable blades, while sewing will become second nature. Lacing ponies will hold two pieces of leather together like a third hand. Stiching groovers and the Spacer Set System will not only mark straight lines, but space them out evenly for a professional look. Let us help find the right items for your project at email@example.com.