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Discussion in 'Joufuu Leathers' started by bonafide, Dec 13, 2015.
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Thanks for the response!
Looking good bro. Missed you tuesday.
'sal good. I got some much needed errands done that day that i usually have to put off til later in the week.
you have a great forum this will make very easy to chose the right sheath for our knives,it gives us a chance to get our info before the sale. GREAT WORK...
Sneak peek from today's workbench.
Working on a few Scout Pouches. These will all be Walnut and Oiled .. ready for the woods!
I decided to add the '2015' stamp to these last few I'm making this year. Debating on changing my maker stamp for 2016
The stamp is cool Bud. Would the change be permanent or will you do an annual change of your stamp?
I was thinking about doing a complete change of artwork each year. Making it easy to know what year the sheath was made. I'm surprised custom Knife Makers do not do this when marking their blades. I give Case Brothers Knives as an example. Their stamping system allows CaseXX collectors, enthusiasts, owners, etc to know what 'era' or exact year their knife was made.
great Idea Bud, love the new stamp.
You ain't been around for a while. I've had this stamp for a year.
Marbles knives for a time were dated by their spacer color pattern. Each year was represented by a color pattern. All the knives had the same spacers for that year regardless of handle material.
1997: B-Br-R-R-Br-B-Br (pattern reverses on pommel end of handle).
Simply put ... I like the idea for an annual stamp change. Any hints what the new stamp might be?
I wish I knew .. just scratching out ideas right now.
Nice Bud, I like seeing the work - in - progress pictures. Who made the sheepsfoot knife? I like it.
It's a slightly modified Fiddleback Woodsman. It was 'modified' by Andy himself.
I vote for a trout or salmon stamp based on my personal interests/uses
I like a trout or largemouth bass stamp.
lol .. while I'm sure that would be cool and all, it's not really reflective of my current traits & personality. Because I'm primarily involved in K9s (training, handling, professional identifiers, etc), then it will certainly be something from that genre once again.
Last sneak peek before tonight's available sheaths thread.
Cool idea! I'd maybe toy with some type of marking maybe with Roman Numerals or something. Maybe a "golden stitch" built into one of the stitches. year one, first stitch, year two second stitch, and so forth.
I'd recommend keeping your makers mark standard for branding and all. But what do I know...