With this simple tool, you can make your own hand-cut leather lacing. It cuts six widths (5/64", 3/32", 1/8", 5/32", 3/16" and 7/32"), yielding quick, consistent results in most leathers up to 5/64" thick (5 oz).
Starting in a small hole in the middle of a leather sheet, it cuts outward in a tight spiral. Even small scraps go a long way – a round piece of leather just 4" in diameter produces a continuous strand of 5/64" lacing up to 8' long.
Made of sturdy plastic, it comes supplied with one blade; replacement blades sold separately.