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Discussion in 'Sheaths & Such' started by Horsewright, Sep 8, 2018.
Wow !!!!! All just stunning pieces of art work. Just truly beautiful pieces, awesome work !!
Thank you sir!
Some recent work:
A plain roughout rifle scabbard.
They'd of made a good set but different customers. A plain roughout 1911 pancake style holster.
A double mag carrier for a Smith and Wesson Shield. first one we've done with a water buffalo overlay.
Rifle slip for a 24" bbl lever gun:
Finished up another one, small changes to this pattern
Nice work how long did it take you
Pretty sweet looking sheath Bill; you are getting GOOD!
Thanks Tom I appreciate it
Just finished this one up for a Busse Combat Knife, I forget its name. Has a 7” Blade about .22 ish thick.
W&C veg tan leather, and skirting leather.
I am not sure how long, to me it looked like ages, since i didnt have so much time and learned during process, but at the moment when I heard that loud crack above my head, it so much worth it...
Tried to remember how I did this before, not perfect, but
Looking real good!
Notebook cover for a fellow BF member:
Cut these up too for knife scales:
Working on the knives now.
I really like the design on the notebook cover !!!!! Looks great
I don't make too many belts due to all the sewing but got talked into this one. Got the idea for the red thread from Dave's work. Buffalo front and W&C lining.
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 this one, though.
I have seen your work. I am sure it will look great.
Thanks Dave, that notebook is beauty
Wow that looks great ! Excellent job Hand stitched too, That’s some work for sure !
Matching slim wallet. Thinned down with my new splitter.
Very nice !!!