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Great tutorial, Dave!
Haven't posted in a while. Bought a new house so we could have a respectable shop instead of working out of the garage (we were out of room!)....
I lay mine out using a scratch awl. But that's just what works for me. Your sheath looks like it's turning out nice. As Dave said, nice tooling!
I use cheap flux brushes from Harbor Freight for my glue. I'll have to give the foam brushes a whirl and see if I like them any better.
Very nice! Perfect color combo.
Love the little pop that the red stitching gives. Nice belt loop design too.
I've got the Cobra 3, and love it--i haven't had the need for the longer arm that that the 4 has, but the 4 is what most folks go with I think, in...
Makes me wish I had a horse, just so I could have a beautiful saddle like that. Very nice!
I lined both of them with 8 oz W&C--my leather on hand is kind of slim pickings right now. I'd probably gone with 6 oz if I'd had it on hand. But...
Those are really neat. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you :)
Thanks! Once i had them done, I wondered what took me so long!
I finally had time to make those belts I've been wanting to do. Another shout out to Dave (aka Horsewright); the "Building a Belt" post he made...
I've got one of Dave's push skivers, as well as one of his round knives. Love them both! Shout out to Dave! :)
Thanks guys! :)
Haven't been out in the shop much lately. Here's a couple I managed to get done this past weekend:
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Nice looking Randy. I've had a belt on my board to make for ages, just haven't gotten around to doing it. Not sure it'll turn out near as nice as...
Jealous! Definitely on my wish list, too!
Nice clean work as always, Makael. I always enjoy seeing your wares.