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    Quote Originally Posted by searcher View Post
    pretty much anything you can can think of you can make
    most of my stuff has a native american flavor
    Very nice work Searcher! Do you have anymore photos of the moc's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeThief View Post
    Someone earlier showed me the tool used for engraving a design on to a piece of leather, could anyone point me to a tutorial or article showing a technique for using such a tool? Or making such designs on a piece of leather. I'm sure there's some technique, and if there is I figured here would be the thread to ask for a tutorial on the subject.
    Try this site: http://leatherworker.net/content/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuk51 View Post


    I would love to know how you got that braid in there without separate ends.

    Phenomenal work as a whole BTW...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinBlade View Post
    I would love to know how you got that braid in there without separate ends.

    Phenomenal work as a whole BTW...
    Me too! That's nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinBlade View Post
    I would love to know how you got that braid in there without separate ends.

    Phenomenal work as a whole BTW...
    Quote Originally Posted by Spazz506 View Post
    Me too! That's nice!

    it's easy


    Mystery Braid - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuk51 View Post
    That is just too damn cool. Who thinks of this stuff? Thanks friend.

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    [QUOTE=nessmuk51;1232319]Hi friends, these are all my works at the moment:









    I did something similar awhile back. Great minds think alike..lol



    Untitled by sherlockian100, on Flickr

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    Here is my latest sheath. I made this for someone. He provided the artwork that he wanted on it. The stainless ring on the dangler is a removable ring, so the dangler can be removed, and so can the ring itself. Unfortunately, he could not provide the knife (Its one he made, and he's out of country) that it was made for, so I had to use one that was close, plus his dimensions. I dyed, but did not finish it. He is going to wet form it to his knife, then apply the finish. I hope it wet forms ok, with just the dye on it and wetting it does not damage it. A couple leatherworkers I spoke with say it should be fine.

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    008 by sherlockian100, on Flickr
    Last edited by sherlockian100; 07-12-2012 at 10:51 PM.

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    i made the wallet looking at a picture of the wallet at saddleback, also using the specs. its a little small for me though i like a larger wallet that is more traditional. which im currently working on.

    The leatherman holder is just something i threw together fast using scraps.

    the axe mask was made using the original one as a stencil which went to a buddys axe. he needed a new one because the old one was a little cheaper and extremely torn up. first thing i ever made out of leather.

    and the essentials bag i made after seing the small bag on saddleback, i will use them sometimes to see if i could do it. i let it soak in the coffee too long and it misshapened the closing lid a little. also i used a thread of the inside of 550 cord which was a huge mistake. took forever to hand sew. it knotted up constantly. but for a first bag i think it turned out okay.
    Last edited by RandallFlagg; 07-13-2012 at 09:54 AM.

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