The weeks work

So this week I have had three repair jobs, two dog collars and one of which was made throw my new website, go website.

I’m very pleased at what I have achieved this week.

I know my righting need a lot of improving but I hope it will get better in  the near future. I have to stick at it, even if it still doesn’t  make a lot of  scene to the reader.

The repairs were simple restitch jobs that I did my hand.

I will be trying to right one week from now on. Here hopping.


Not an upholster!

Hi there! It’s been a month since started this website/blog and I’m still new at this so bear with me.

The calls I have recently been getting are about repairing chairs, sofa and car seats. Sadly I’m not a leather upholsterer, but if you need a dog lead or bridle then I’m your girl!

The picture below is some of my work and most of the bridles, harness bridles and head collars are hand stitched. That’s right all the cutting, staining and stitching is all made by my hands.


I recently bought a sewing machine, however it wasn’t strong enough to stitch through leather and had to be returned.

If you are after a good quality, refurbished sewing machine then make sure to check out Sewing 4 Everyone. Their customer service is very good, plus you get to play with the polystyrene peanuts in the parcel!


So the hunt to find a heavy duty sewing machine continues!

A new chapter Begins

Stating a new.

Hey look a me I have a new website and blog. Which is very ironic as I am severely dyslexic.  so if you can understand what I’m righting well, at least I am trying.

So I’ve been thinking about what I should write about ????

  1. It needs to include post about my business.
  2. I would like to write on the subject of leather in general
  3. Of course, horses
  4.    and any of my out side the making of horses stuff e.g. Re-enactment, LARPing and cosplay.

I would be grateful if you can follow me on Facebook and Instagram!!!

So here’s a photo of something I made.

Welsh in-hand show bridle
If I was a horse I’d want to be this one! The stunning London Cockney Rebel wearing a bridle I recently made. Designed by Alan Keep Mymmswood Welsh Cobs and made by Erin Sibley’s Leather craft studio.