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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto View Post
    I decided to try my hand at some leather work. All of these were made with very basic tools ( Dremel tool, harness needles, stiching groover, and a fork to space my stiches)




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    Very good work. I like the pouch for stones on the axe cover, and the holster is impeccable, much less for a first one!

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    Didn't have anything to do today except homework, so i made this instead. Little PSK or possibles pouch.
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    Here's my axe sheath I made it's for my Fiskar X7 axe. It's the second axe sheath and second over all leather project I made. I had to cut it and add a strap because I made it like the one for my Council Tool Hudson Bay axe but it was not tight enough and would almost slip off. I dyed it in black to match the axe but black does not look as good and the browns I have. Anyhow here it is.
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    My latest holster. It's taken three tries to get the pattern this close. I have a couple of tweaks yet, but this is pretty close.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    My latest holster. It's taken three tries to get the pattern this close. I have a couple of tweaks yet, but this is pretty close.



    AWESOME!!! That will go perfectly with my attempt to make this:

    http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/showth...=chest+holster

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    Nice work shown and a high degree of talent

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    Here are my leather projects...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra470 View Post
    Here are my leather projects...
    Looks great! Where did you get the snaps?

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    Default Hatchet, Knives, and Others

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    The Cold Steel Pendleton Hunter Lite sheath design was based strongly on those of Ian Atkinson, who does stunning work. The Opinel #8 sheath is my original design.

    The fastener for the hatchet sheath is magnetic, and works quite well, as it tends to close on its own without having to press it closed as with a snap.

    Future projects will be a bed roll strap set, pipe/tobacco pouch, and a pair of indoor moccasins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    Looks great! Where did you get the snaps?
    I found those at Tandy Leather. They have a nice selection.

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