The metal studs for leather are available in different shapes. The round studs, conical studs (cone studs), and star studs are all 1/2-inch diameters. The diamond shaped studs are 13/64 inch long by 5/8-inch wide. These metal studs look great when making studded leather wristbands, studded dog collars, studded belts, leather jackets and many other leather products. These decorative studs can set in leather as thin as garment leather to as thick as 8-9 oz thick belt leather (8/64-inch to 9/64-inch thick).
Thes metal studs are solid brass or solid brass with a nickel plating so they will not rust if wet. Therefore they are great for studded leather items that are exposed to rain or water like dog collars, cases and motorcycle bags.
There are two legs on each acrylic stud that must be pushed through slits in the leather and bent over. You can make the slits in the leather with sewing awl, lacing chisel or a spot tool. Bend the stud legs over and push them back into the leather with needle nose pliers. The legs are 1/2-inch apart on all these different shaped leather studs.
Watch the following leather craft instructional video on how to set studs in leather.
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