Tag Archives: handcrafted

be-cause blog – handmade dog id collars

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The idea to craft a dog collar for Tillmann with my mobile number on it was born be-cause he kept loosing the “id bombs” or making writings on the inside disappear caused by his rugged lifestyle. And the reason for an ID was also necessary by the fact that the call of nature and smells made him disappear from time to time. Once the “Jagdtrieb” / “hunting instincts” get hold of him it´s unlikely that he realize a command.

So within a very short period I was asked by friends to handmade at least half a dozen dog collars, with names on them and sometimes for the more active dogs with a phone number to call. Just make sure the dog collar does not outperform your own belt by quality and style.

U. Tauber handcrafted Leather Wallet

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Just after I came back from refilling my milk bottle from the local farmer I finally received the parcel I´ve been waiting for some days. Uwe did spent the last sunday, to craft this great wallet for me, 8 hours of hard work. Handcutting the leather pieces, burnishing the edges, punching holes with the awl and sewing it together with saddle stitches. Not too much space for mistakes. Im overwhelmed by the quality of the wallet and the Schachenmayr leather. 1000 DANK, thanks a lot Uwe.

Wood & Faulk

Matt Wood And Faulk

Wood & Faulk – Website of the Day

Just recently I got the hint to have a look at the Wood & Faulk website. Not only does Matt crafts great objects, he also shares the process with his clients/visitors. Superb made images fitting well to the scenery and the great products. A fine example how to set up a business nowadays.

(c) image Wood&Faulk

U. Tauber – handsewn Indian Head nickel wallet

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U. Tauber – handsewn Indian Head nickel wallet

Last week I got a parcel by U. Tauber with some great hand crafted leather items he made. One is the small Indian Head / Buffalo nickel wallet. All hand sewn, made out of leather he just got from the Schachenmeyer Tannery (which sadly closes down soon). Perfectly crafted, and I hope I can learn at least a bit of his skills soon.

Check also the AO Original Pilot Sunglass Cover he made.

Obsidian Knifes made in Germany by Michael Hausberg

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Exceptional friends have exceptional friends too, so I was aware of meeting some very interesting people on a friends 65th birthday today. I had not even the chance to grab a beer, when I spotted this wonderful handcrafted Obsidian Knife which was one of the presents for the host.

I had the chance to grab the knife and take some images and had a short talk with the guy who crafted this knife. Obsidian is volcanic glass which was formed to a blade and sharpened razorsharp by Michael Hausberg. Since Michael is a avid stone collector, he used a special river stone for it´s handle. If you are interested in his knifes, have a closer look at some other works he did and drop me a mail which I will forward to him.