Spider leather pattern PDF - by LeatherHubPatterns

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This is a digital PDF leather pattern to be used in creating a creepy leather spider model as seen in the pictures.

- There are two patterns of about 10 pages each and that's why you'll see two models in the pictures. *Note that the Black one is a bit harder to make.
- The video tutorials can be accessed by clicking the top left corner links situated on the first page of each pattern.
- The leather we used is 6 oz vegetable tanned but the idea is for it to be stiffer and not necessarily thicker.

⚠️ Note that you will not be able to use this file for CNC or laser cutting as it does not contain XML data.

💡You may print this pattern on any of the following paper types: US Letter, A4-A0, Legal and Ledger / Tabloid by selecting the US_Letter format from your printing options.

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Super fun pattern. Very easy to print and great instructions.

I don't do any feedback until I've made it. this this being said, this pattern in Great, it can be a good Challenge to those who are not use to complex patterns like this, the cutting out, and some of the stitching is not as it may look to do, The Black Widow came out wonderfully, When you look at the Video she does not show you that much, I found that every 3rd stitch you tie it off as this will help keeping it tight as you sew a long, when you come to the legs where they are sewn in the V cuts, tie one hole before the "V" cut and one hole after, you will see how this helps out in keeping it tight. have fun Thank-you

Made a larger version - turned out great

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