The Secret Behind Coloring Hand Tooled Leather Belts

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This week is all about adding color to my Hand Tooled Leather Belts.  There are many ways to add color.  Traditional methods include liquid dyes or acrylic paint.  After many years of experimentation, Log Cabin Leather has come up with a great solution.  Watch the video to find out more.

Original Contour V Belt
Original Oval Contour Belt

The Flashback Friday series takes  you on a trip back in time to see some of the older products created by Log Cabin Leather by Jan.

The two belts pictured above are belts I made for myself.  Both were made in the 1980’s!  I still have both.  

The V Belt had snaps on both sides.  This was comfortable, but didn’t allow for too much adjustment.  I later started using button studs which allowed the belt to adjust to multiple sizes.

The oval belt was designed later.  It buckled in the back which allowed the belt to adjust to more sizes, but was very uncomfortable to lean on.  It caused a lot of discomfort while driving.

The button studs provide the solution to these problems:                All Designer Belts adjust to multiple sizes, and are comfortable        to wear!   

Designer Belts are no longer part of my current product lines.

 

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