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Old 07-10-2011, 05:39 PM   #151
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Man turned out nice
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Old 07-10-2011, 05:39 PM   #152
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Nicely done Tubby.

Did you put a welt in the sheath? I'm not sure from the pictures but it looks as though it does not have one.

If I may, I would like to give some advice about sheaths for any fixed blade knife. If a welt is not used then it's alot easier for the blade to cut through the sticking thereby possibly injuring yourself or at the least ruining a good project.

For those that may not know, a welt is a leather spacer of one or more pieces of leather that run the length of the seam. It will prevent the blade from cutting through the stitches of the sheath.
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Thanks!

Yes, there's a welt in there. (I didn't know what it was called)

That's the reason I built one for this knife. The sheath that came with the knife was fabric (maybe cordora) and did not have any type of welt and cut thru the stitching.

I tried to spend a lot of time on leaving the welt slightly tucked inside the front and back when I stitched it up to allow trimming it up and sanding it down to give it a nice, clean finished look.
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Old 07-10-2011, 10:27 PM   #155
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Old 07-10-2011, 11:11 PM   #156
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Here's a few knife sheaths i did. I have them I'n another thread on here thought id move them over
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Old 07-10-2011, 11:14 PM   #157
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Hand stitching stuff like this sux
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Very good job Tubby.

You'd be surprised how many people don't think of putting a welt in. I've even seen kits that didn't have them. A rivet at the opening and even at the point end is also a good strength and safety feature.
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Old 07-11-2011, 06:53 PM   #159
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I said earlier that I hadn't made any thing for myself lately but I remembered I built myself a check book holder earlier this year as the plastic one from the bank had just about fallen apart.
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I also ran into the sales guy at my welding supply that I made a sheath for last year. He wears it for self defense every day. I also made his brother one but it's a little different as they both designed them the way they wanted them. He and his brother practice the craft with each other with rubber knives. Even packing a gun, I don't want either of them mad at me, they look very good with knives to me.
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Draco, your work has a very nice rustic quality about it. I like it.
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I also ran into the sales guy at my welding supply that I made a sheath for last year. He wears it for self defense every day. I also made his brother one but it's a little different as they both designed them the way they wanted them. He and his brother practice the craft with each other with rubber knives. Even packing a gun, I don't want either of them mad at me, they look very good with knives to me.
Cool i like that sheath.
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Hand stitching stuff like this sux
For my heavier work such as saddle skirting I like to use my Tippman's.
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But for the smaller jobs I still prefer to hand stitch useing the saddlers two needle stitch. I think I gives a more custom look.

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Old 07-11-2011, 08:38 PM   #164
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This is my arm guard with my last name on it
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:20 PM   #165
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For my heavier work such as saddle skirting I like to use my Tippman's.
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But for the smaller jobs I still prefer to hand stitch useing the saddlers two needle stitch. I think I gives a more custom look.
I want that boss so bad !!! I've Ben trying to find a used one. No luck

I use the double needle method and love the end result. But it takes me forever. One holster takes me 16 hours start to finish. About 4 to 6 hours is stitching. .
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:21 PM   #166
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This is my arm guard with my last name on it
That's nice
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Bowman, looking great!!

Draco, really liking the checkbook!

Destry, I like that.

Allaround, got one for sale?? If you don't, I need your address... I'm gonna send everything that needs stitching to you!!!
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:31 PM   #168
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Bowman, looking great!!

Draco, really liking the checkbook!

Destry, I like that.

Allaround, got one for sale?? If you don't, I need your address... I'm gonna send everything that needs stitching to you!!!
Great idea tubby
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:38 PM   #169
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This is an armguard I made not too long ago....

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how much would a revolver holster like in post 44 run me?
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:39 PM   #171
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Aww shoot, what have I got myself into.

Same deal as before, y'all are welcome at my shop anytime. Price of admission is one six-pack of Shiner Bock each.




Which I would gladly share.
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:53 PM   #172
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Hey guys, both arm guards are really good.
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:09 PM   #173
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Sippy I believe your referring to my holster I think I had it done for 150 if interested pm me
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Aww shoot, what have I got myself into.

Same deal as before, y'all are welcome at my shop anytime. Price of admission is one six-pack of Shiner Bock each.




Which I would gladly share.
Lol I'd have to mail my shinner and leather to you. It would cost me a tippman to drive up thr lol
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That's nice. Are the straps Velcro or buckle ?
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:25 PM   #176
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That's nice. Are the straps Velcro or buckle ?
Thanks! Velcro. I made the arm guard from some pretty scruffy scraps I had.
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Lol I'd have to mail my shinner and leather to you. It would cost me a tippman to drive up thr lol
In all seriousness, I got my Tippman on eBay. It wasn't any cheaper but I got a lot of extras thrown in. You can sometimes find a used one on there.

Tippman makes all of their sellers sell at the same price by contract so the only way to get it cheaper is to buy used.
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In all seriousness, I got my Tippman on eBay. It wasn't any cheaper but I got a lot of extras thrown in. You can sometimes find a used one on there.

Tippman makes all of their sellers sell at the same price by contract so the only way to get it cheaper is to buy used.
I've Ben looking at eBay and leather maker forums to find one. But need to save up a few bucks first. Try to sell some leather
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Thanks! Velcro. I made the arm guard from some pretty scruffy scraps I had.
Well that scruffy leather turned out nice. I'm going to have to try the velcro has a beet look to it
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I used a buddy of mines tippman to do some sewing this past weekend. Frustration followed.
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So it was hard to use ?
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So it was hard to use ?
I would not say it was hard to use. It's just easy to screw it up, lol. His particular machine at least, is tempermental. He used it a lot easier that i did because he is used to it. I'd make 3 or 4 stitches and it would mess up for me. Usually i might not make a full stroke on the handle and it would not grab the underside stitch.
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I would not say it was hard to use. It's just easy to screw it up, lol. His particular machine at least, is tempermental. He used it a lot easier that i did because he is used to it. I'd make 3 or 4 stitches and it would mess up for me. Usually i might not make a full stroke on the handle and it would not grab the underside stitch.
I'm sure it takes some getting use to.
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I would not say it was hard to use. It's just easy to screw it up, lol. His particular machine at least, is tempermental. He used it a lot easier that i did because he is used to it. I'd make 3 or 4 stitches and it would mess up for me. Usually i might not make a full stroke on the handle and it would not grab the underside stitch.
Yep, they can be a little finicky. The stitch has to be adjusted for the thickness of the work and your right, you must make a full stroke in order to complete a stitch. It doesn't work as well for thinner projects but it's pretty handy on the thicker one's.
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Couple of quivers I made a couple of years ago.
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Nice work Gatorgar!

I'm thinking that the leather I'm using on the quiver I'm working on may be too thick. I think its 9-10 oz.
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Got it thanks to being on Tandy's email list!
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I got that too Tubby. Pretty cool.
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After seeing all of the really nice leather work, Im not going to show any pictures of mine. I really need to get some more leather and practice.

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Old 07-28-2011, 07:02 PM   #192
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Working on a arm guard/heat shield for a welder buddy of mine...


It'll have a layer of fire blanket insulation, padding and a lining with 2 straps w/ buckles...


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Very nice. He'll be proud to wear that.
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All this leatherwork makes me want to pick up a new hobby! What would you guys recommend for beginners? Start kit? Tools? Projects?
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All this leatherwork makes me want to pick up a new hobby! What would you guys recommend for beginners? Start kit? Tools? Projects?
This is the starter set I began with. It's got a few projects included. Belt, cell phone case, checkbook cover, wallet, etc.

http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com/e.../55510-00.aspx

This is what I do most of my work with. I use 8-9 oz and also 4-5 oz. It's relatively inexpensive and on sale now. It's difficult to get good stamp impressions on leather that's too thin. 4-5oz is really on the thin side of carving leather. I prefer 8-9 or 9-10 for my carving/tooling leather.


http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com/e.../9157-331.aspx

I'm a fan of the Sheridan style carving but I'm not creative enough yet to draw up my own designs. So, patterns for things I make myself are non-existent.

After you get started, you'll find out what you like the best. Stamp work (basket weave and geometrical stamps) look very good as well and take just as much time if not more than carving.

All in all, you can get started for less than $100 for the kit and make a few projects. They also sell other project kits. Belts, iPad cases, credit card holders, etc.

And a lot of youtube videos. Tandy has some good instructional videos. This is the first one...


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Good to be back I've Ben on vacation for two weeks with no phone reception. Man the new stuffs looking good tubby.
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Thanks Tubby! I'm going to order the started kit now.
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I would start with going to Tandy or looking them up online to get started and tubby is right YouTube is the way to go to learn things. Good luck show off your work when you do some.
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How much leather would I need to start out with? 14sqft enough?
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