1. Material selection
"Cut line" currently selected leather all from Italy's A-class fat tanned leather. Since it is a natural material and the processing method used by the tanning mill is the least phytoseinic process for cortical damage, there are inevitably a small number of "scars", "wrinkles", and "blood bars" on the surface of the leather. When we open materials, we will try to avoid, or put these parts in the product is not obvious or non-forced parts.
2. Pure hand stitching
We did not use sewing machines to make our products. All products were hand-sewn. Before sewing, you need to use a special diamond to punch out the suture holes in the leather. Only in this way can you sew a beautiful wavy suture effect, which is the biggest difference from the machine suture. Although this will greatly increase the production time of leather goods, it is also an important step for leather craftsmen to give leather goods a soul and a warm touch.
3. Hand-edge polishing.
Before the final product comes out, the final step is to polish the edge of the skin. To make the skin look smooth, rounded and natural. The "tangent faction" has its own set of edge-sealing methods. First, smooth the sharp edges of the leather with sandpaper, and then apply a layer of sealing liquid to make the skin look smooth. Repeat 2-3 times, then apply a layer of sealing wax, and finally polish again with a grinding rod. Until the skin looks smooth.
The “tangent pie” hand-dyed products currently use Fiebing's leather alcohol dyes imported from the United States. To dye evenly and naturally, at first we need to wet the skin with water, then apply the dye over and over with a sponge, from light to dark, until we reach the color we want. After drying, a layer of fixing agent is added to increase the color fastness. Finally, apply clean water to the surface of the skin, wipe off the dust on the surface and make the color more uniform.
Because it is purely hand-dyed, there are subtle products between each bag's color, and each is unique.