CWL of the day

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asqwerth wrote:Wow, you made that??

I did. I have been making a few bit and pieces of of leather recently (straps, watch boxes, watch pouches, travel cases), I will put up some pictures once I am happy with the end finish product.

Here is another picture of the strap

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gaf1958 wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C6 Kingfisher today for finishing off the fence painting.

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Looks like a lot of fence to paint!! Might need to change watches before you finish :)
It is !! Bloody aching all over from it.
About another 2 hours and it should be finished hopefully.
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Don't worry, the Kingfisher is well covered under a long sleeve hoody so it's fine.
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C9 Chrono plus Davie (my Greyhound) today

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C1 today

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C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)

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ricardo75 wrote:New purchase via the forum from Big Kid!

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Ooo, liking on the leather Ricardo! :)

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An old favourite - the C6 Kingfisher Orange.
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I'm drooling Ian......why did I sell mine again ??!! :(
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ianblyth wrote:An old favourite - the C6 Kingfisher Orange.
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such an unusual colour will become a classic at some stage.
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chrisw wrote:
ianblyth wrote:An old favourite - the C6 Kingfisher Orange.
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such an unusual colour will become a classic at some stage.
It already has ;)
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MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)

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And fence.....
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bspj wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Red FLE for FLE Friday :)
And fence.....
I was surveying a job well done ;)
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Took this in a hotel room in Venice while I was waiting for my girlfriend to get ready for dinner. Not sure I can remember being more relaxed :D

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C70 BRG on new bracelet, having just watched Q3 for the Belgian GP

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