Archive for January, 2012

Flarecut Tank bibs

Posted in Honda Shadow Aero 1100, Honda Shadow Aero 750, Honda VTX1300, Motorcycles, Shadow Aero 1100, Tank bib, Three Mutts Customs with tags , , , , on January 12, 2012 by Chris Wright

Flarecut Tank bibs, a set on Flickr.

Well, I’m still trying to figure out a good way to get the website to display the photo sets correctly so here’s another edition of the photostream set extravaganza!

Whaletail Tank Bibs

Posted in custom work, Honda Shadow Aero 750, Honda VTX1300, Motorcycles, Tank bib, Three Mutts Customs, VTX1800, Whaletail Tank Bib with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 6, 2012 by Chris Wright

As I’m working on and getting increasingly frustrated trying to build/rebuild the photo gallery on the main website I thought I’d use some of the fancy web tools out there and load a couple of galleries into the blog. While it’s not official and all that, it was freaking easy and I feel somewhat accomplished so I can go back into the shop and work on orders without feeling guilty. 😉 Tonight I’ll start with the most popular, the motorcycle Whaletail Tank Bibs (aka California tank bib)  Enjoy the pics!

Three Mutts Custom Leather


Whaletail Tank Bibs, a set on Flickr.

Leather & Titanium Wedding Rings

Posted in custom work, Leatherwork, rings, Three Mutts Customs with tags , , , , , on January 3, 2012 by Chris Wright

Back in November I was requested to make a special pair of wedding rings for a very nice couple. They were looking for a local artist to make them a pair of rings for their upcoming wedding that incorporated metal but needed something that wasn’t a hard band as the soon-to-be-groom has serious carpal tunnel syndrome. They had found a ring online that was a sterling silver plate with a brown chrome tan leather band but the ones available were only made in a half dozen small women’s sizes. Aside from the size issue, the metal was a concern as well since these would be worn everyday and Sterling Silver is rather soft. I discussed their needs with them and after a few conversations they honored me with the job of creating their wedding rings from Titanium & black oil tanned buffalo. Continue reading

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