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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Feb 5, 2018.
Do you hand stitch with saddle stitching?
Thanks Ray, I appreciate that.
Yes sir, hand stitching and saddle stitched.
You do a good job on 'em!
Thanks Dennis, appreciate that man. Leatherwork tries my patience. I'm gettin these prepped to dye and I know I'm forgetting to do something before that I can't do after!
You're a very talented young man there, Mr. Conner!
Thanks Shel, it's just stubbornness!
Sheath bits and pieces.
The girls are off to the big city. Sheaths are dyed and dryin, my boy wanted to make hot things, so we were forging some S hooks when the Freight company called and said they're on their way with a tool that I've been wanting for a long while. Then maybe a trip down the road and hopefully wrap up the day with some hand stitching. That's a good day off, man I can't wait to retire so I can get some work done
oohhhh what is it!?? what a tease!
Nothing spectacular but a bit of a game changer for the shop. It's s mini mill that will act as a variable speed drill press and a mill for slotting guards and end caps, cutting fullers, surfacing handle materials, things like that. You know, things that knifemakers geek out on
excellent. sure is purty. congrats.
Wow, that's pretty geeky!
I can hear it now...
Nice new addition to your shop John, looking forward to see what you do with it. I've been thinking about something like that for a while now too.
Lovin' that hammer!
That’s a beautiful, rich color. I like that sheath style as well.
Handy as can be, I'd actually like another one even smaller. I hammer my stitches down afterwards and the face is beveled enough where it doesn't mar the leather.
Thanks, there's a tiny bit of "British Tan" dye in the mix that kind of brings the color closer to a shade of the stacked leather.