I've always been drawn to vanishing arts, such as lace-making and tatting. Many years ago, I became interested in braiding leather reins. Not long after I learned that craft, my husband's 31-year-old horse died. I gathered the tail hair and learned to braid horsehair so we could have a keepsake of our old friend. This sparked my interest in the western arts, and I set out to learn more about leather work. As my skills evolved, I joined up with a local saddle repair shop and worked there for four years, improving my craftsmanship and knowledge.


Custom Saddlery

Hand-braided Reins

Tack Repairs

Shoe and Boot Repair


Original Design Services

Custom Boots



Knife Sheaths

Motorcycle Leathers


And Much More....



I take pride in my work and love providing customers with exactly what they want. It is my customers who keep me challenged and fascinated with this work. I never know what project might walk in my door on any given day. That's the beauty of it.I've worked on a cello case, a rocking horse, custom medical device cases, kneeboards for a helicpter pilot. ski boots and many other unusual items. Give me a call, you never know what can be created or repaired.


"I wonder if I can do that?" is always a refrain in my head when I see things I like, and it was that self-challenge that finally led me to venture into saddle-making. I made a couple of saddles and found that I really enjoyed it. I  then took a saddle-making class to hone my skills.

In 2010, I built my own shop in its current location near my home. I also set out to learn more about shoe repair, since there seemed to be quite a demand. In 2012, I was given the opportunity to learn custom boot-making and have since added that to my list of services.


Hours are variable.

Please call ahead.



775 South 100 East

Richmond, Utah 84333

Just 12 miles north of Logan, Utah


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