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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Aug 30, 2019.
Close, an old chunk of concrete
Distressed is cool
That looks great.
Still need to tweak a couple of areas on the design, widen the slots a little, and flare the top of the leading edge.
The lovely Mrs. Lessismore agreed to Model the carry methods.
Vertical has a slight forward cant.
I like this crossdraw angle as opposed to a horizontal carry.
I think that's right on the money! What did you two (four) think of it?
I really like it. I'm making a few changes on the templates and creating some more width for the belt. I'll be cutting another one out here shortly.
Perfect timing! I played with some today, straight it's the most hideous purple vomit you can imagine. I found if you mix it one part Oxblood to 46,392 parts brown, you may least don't throw up!
John, that looks great! FWIW, I think I would prefer the sheath as-is, without a flare.
Thanks Jared, the flare would just ease up some stress on the welt, shouldn't be a visible change
Oh... You know more than I do!
Looking excellent, Redmeadow
I'm leaving for a camping trip on Oct 10.
Sure hoping this can come along
Very cool sheath John, I like that design a lot.
Thanks Scott, I think it's gonna work out well.
Proper crossdraw technique.
The second sheath is stitched up, looks like it's going to work out well.