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Basic Sheath tutorial

Chuddy Bear Apr 27, 2008

  1. ouhunter

    ouhunter Little member

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    Saaaweeet, thanks for sharing!!
     
  2. Sheldon_Wickersham

    Sheldon_Wickersham Blue Star Knives Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    You do Great Work CB! That sheath for the Randall Model #1 was the best piece of leather work I'd ever handled!

    You rock! :thumbsup:

    Shel
     
  3. Atrain

    Atrain Average member

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    There is a thread out there called artificial sinew that is great for sewing leather, or just about anything. It is pretty cheap $4 to $7 for a bunch of it.

    But if you want something to outlast your leather use the real stuff, sinew!!!

    You can patch a sole of a moccasin with this and when he leather patch is gone the sinew will still be there.

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    These are leather covered with rawhide.

    Tiny atrains dad
     
  4. tino

    tino Little member

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    top info

    many thanks
     

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