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Published on Jul 15, 2012
As one of my hobbies is restoring antique harness, I have always been on the lookout for special harnessmaking tools. High on my wishlist was a stitching horse, used for clamping the leather so that the harnessmaker can use his awl and needles in an easy way. They are almost impossible to find. When I came across this very rare and beautifully made example over 15 years ago, I was very happy. This video gives you an idea what a good one should look like, when you want to make one yourself or ordering a good cabinetmaker. The used wood is beech in this case.