Lace Cutter

$38.00
Item No. 949
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Designed for our own leather workshop, this lace cutter has been an essential tool for many years. The white oak handle is easy to grip and holds an injector razor blade. The maple cutter fence adjusts the lace width from under ⅛ inch up to just over ¼ inch. The handle has our logo burned into the wood by laser. The wood is otherwise unfinished and would take an oil or a stain nicely. The lace cutter is simple and durable. Two razor blades are included with each cutter. Made in USA.

Although the lace cutter is adjustable, we find it easiest to use multiple cutters set to each width we routinely need. For more information on using the lace cutter, please see David Morgan's book Braiding Fine Leather or our video snippet at How to Cut Lace.

Designed for our own leather workshop, this lace cutter has been an essential tool for many years. The white oak handle is easy to grip and holds an injector razor blade. The maple cutter fence adjusts the lace width from under ⅛ inch up to just over ¼ inch. The handle has our logo burned into the wood by laser. The wood is otherwise unfinished and would take an oil or a stain nicely. The lace cutter is simple and durable. Two razor blades are included with each cutter. Made in USA.

Although the lace cutter is adjustable, we find it easiest to use multiple cutters set to each width we routinely need. For more information on using the lace cutter, please see David Morgan's book Braiding Fine Leather or our video snippet at How to Cut Lace.

  • How to Cut Lace

    David and Meagan demonstrate how to cut kangaroo lace from a kangaroo skin.

  • Trimming a Kangaroo Skin

    David discusses the different areas of a vegetable tanned kangaroo skin and demonstrates how to trim a skin to start making a whip. If you were preparing a skin to cut lace you would also trim the leg and back areas.

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