I recently added a discussion that directed people to Cary Schwarz's work. I thought I would add another that introduced Pedro Pedrini, for those who haven't been exposed to his work and craftsmanship. I know that traditional western style tooling does not appeal to everyone's sense of style, but I'm sure most people can appreciate the craftsmanship and artistry of leatherworkers like Cary Schwarz and Pedro Pedrini. Anyway, I just thought I would share. Pedro Pedrini's website is here: …See More
Hey folks,I just wanted to point you all to one of my favorite craftsmen, Cary Schwarz. He is a brilliant saddle maker. He maintains a website and blog: http://www.caryschwarz.com/category/my-customers/He is also on Instagram now: @cary.schwarzI really appreciate his work and thought I would pass it along. I think even if you don't implement traditional western tooling in your leather work, just about anyone can appreciate the…See More
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