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    I have recently started making knife sheaths, as you see from my recent post. I am not sure what other possabilities are out there for leather work other than wallets, pouches, book cover and the typical stuff you see in kits etc. I would like to see how creative and what types of things can be done with leather. Please post some of your leather work. We all post our sheaths and I like seeing those too, but would like to see what else is out there.

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    kool thread idea, willpost some pics if i can get my camera to work....

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    I recently made this simple money clip-thingy. For as long as I can remember I've been using just a binder clip, but recently my debit card seemed to be wearing out sooner than they should, so I made this and only keep my debit card in there, the cash and license clip to the back. The binder clip just goes thru a slit in the bottom of the leather.





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    Howdy,

    This bag is pretty typical of what I produce for the re-enactors I serve. This is a 18th century shot pouch reproduction of an original. I also do knife sheaths and odds and ends. Also, forging and horn work.

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    Made this at the Professor's meet. I'm pretty happy with it for a first ever attempt.



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    Few things I have made. Guitar Strap, Flasks, Knife sheath, belt pouch for LEO buddy of mine and have really been working on holsters.Those pics later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratherbecampin View Post
    Few things I have made. Guitar Strap, Flasks, Knife sheath, belt pouch for LEO buddy of mine and have really been working on holsters.Those pics later.
    I like those flasks, saw the tutorial, don't look easy.

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    nice work. i have that same chair.

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    Here is about half of the leather "jewelry" that I make as a hobby for myself and wear. Leather is the main part of the items and sometimes I use pieces of brass tack rings in some of them. The medicine bag contains some sage for "smudging" and a small silver wolf fetish as the wolf is my chosen "totem spirit".
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    Here's my design for sheaths. One member aptly named it the "dangle with the angle" its called sword carry and is drawn cross body on my left, like a sword. Works for me as I like to keep my right side free from clutter.





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