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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Mar 22, 2019.
Swiss Rolls, ate by desperados waiting....
Little Debbie, getting high on her own supply of swiss rolls.
Continuing with the other sheath builds in this thread.
For those that missed it, we designed these in another thread here.
"I hear that train a-comin'
It's comin' around the bend, and I ain't seen my fixed blade since I don't know when"
But I'm stuck on what to name it, and time keeps draggin' on...
Serrano, Pup or Pony--
I hang my head and cry
3 wrong handed 5 right handed. Between the Hermann Oak leather and the new wet molding method, these are by far the nicest sheaths I've ever made.
But I hear Amazon ships the same day if you're in a rush
The above should have said:
That is great to hear, John!
The pictures are nice to see. Keep it up!
Thanks Don, I'll try to get more pictures posted as I go through the sheaths. A lot of punching, texturing, stitching, wet forming, dyeing, burnishing, lions and tigers and bears to come.
That’s not nice but it’s funny
Ed Zachary right.
7 of 9 8?
Ha, I had to Google that, looks like she needs a fork and knaf!
Ah yes, Jeri Ryan. Mmmmm Hmmmm...
28 pieces cut, 1750 holes measured, lined up and punched. I'll get some pics up later. Everything coming along nicely.
...but who's counting?
Trim, sand, burnish