Lane Cremer, along with his wife Mayzie and daughter Clara, live Big Timber, Montana where he is a full time rancher and builds bits and spurs in his spare time. Lane got his start building spurs out of rasps in college and became fascinated with the art aspect of California style gear. It wasn’t too long after his interests peaked when he bought an engraving machine and started scratching up steel.
Over the years he had the privilege to learn from some of the best makers in the business: Ernie Marsh, Wilson Capron, Dave Alderson, Shawn Didyoung, Eddy Mardis, and Russell Yates. Lane is constantly trying to push the boundaries of his abilities, but his main priority has always been to build high quality, fully functional pieces to last for generations to come.
Hey there! I don’t remember what name I put but if you could use Kaylissa Wells I just got married and I’m in the middle of changing my name thanks here’s the bio and picture.
I’m from Lewiston, Utah, where I currently reside and my family runs around 100 head of cattle. I grew up riding and showing horses, helping out on the ranch and participating in many 4-H, and FFA activities, and Reined Cow Horse competitions. When I first started horse 4-H my dad gave me a gorgeous pair of braided leather reins to show with; I remember thinking they were the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen! As I grew, I gained an appreciation for braiding leather, and started braiding myself about two years ago. I absolutely love braiding, and I have high hopes for the future.