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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Jan 3, 2020.
Blues brothers etched and ready for leather
Figured this was appropriate for here
Right-handed as I texted you. And that's a scab on my leg, not a mole.
(I was laying in the hammock at the lake when I got John's text... )
Man, that looks GREAT!!!
I lucked out on the block I bought. I like it MUCH better than the one that's for sale now!
I do like that blue. I'm sure someone else would too.
Awesome. Just awesome!
Cutting leather for the sheaths
@greatscoot Black or Silver clip?
Be vewy very quiet...
..... Johnny's makin sheaths!... I'll try not to go dark this time. I'm getting these down to a process so we should be good.
Star light, starry night,
The first star I see tonight;
I wish I may, I wish I might,
Have the wish I wish tonight
I know why you go dark making sheaths I spent 6 hours cutting good leather into scraps working on a pocket sheath for one of my knives.
Brother you ain't a kiddin! I've killed a few cows with nothin to show for it. Having a pattern for these helps but every time I break out the leather I gotta give myself a pep talk... it's like "Ok here we go, we got this". Then 146 known cusswords and 31 newly made up cusswords later, it's done!
You would never know any of that based on your finished products. They're pretty damned good!
That's usually because it's the third try sometimes! But Thanks Jared, I appreciate that.
lol. You're welcome brother.
I keep my Cowbell in its sheath, on a belt, on my pants - thus, when I put on my pants to go out and about (those rare occasions), my Cowbell goes with me - Know That!
I cut them out with a template but it still helps me to even up the edges on a grinder so they all match before punching holes.
The Christopher Walken imbued round knife helps with smooth cuts.
Dr. Belloc, Paging Dr. @Belloc
(He's probably out on a dig somewhere)
@SpyderPhreak I'm stitching your sheath right now. Scott, installing your clip after that