Henry Ford’s invention of the assembly line resulted in cost reductions for the production of automobiles and a host of other items along with the birth of modern manufacturing. This has been a boon for the world economy.

However, the appeal of handcrafted products remains. Handcrafted items are “one of a kind,” “made for YOU,” are “personalized,” and convey a special meaning to those receiving them. 


You’ll find a few “stock items” here, but largely I work on a custom basis. Even with a “stock design” it can and should be personalized! Let me make that special leather item for you, a friend or a loved one.  If you don’t see what you want,

Let Me Know What It Is

and I’ll let you know if I can do it…which I probably can!

Born and raised in Oklahoma, I started doing leatherwork in the early 1980s while in Lubbock, Texas. I continued with it off and on over the years as I moved around the country and the world, but am now retired and living in North Carolina. Happily, I am now able to devote my time to crafting leather.

I’d love to share my skills with you and make you that special something.


Now a Member of the Chatham County Artists Guild

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