DpMaquilon

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  1. Been there but lucky for me mine didn’t look that good!
  2. Looks great to me i really like your artwork! I made one for myself awhile back. I put pen/pencil pockets on mine along with a couple of slide pockets for bits of paper or whatever and it works out well I was gonna make it like you have and put both sides in a pocket but decided to make it a little different with a button closure and this has helped because I can add bigger sheets of paper I might be carrying around with me in there andstill keep it closed here are a couple of pics so you can see what I mean
  3. Looks like it may be too heavy when worn on the belt it might be prone to flop over especially after done wear time. Also after some time and wear the firearm may start to slide down further into the bottom hole of the holster just keep an eye on it. I like your mix and use of stamps looks pretty cool thanks for sharing.
  4. That looks great and very functional thanks for the follow up pictures and great job on the construction.
  5. That looks great and very functional thanks for the follow up pictures and great job on the construction.
  6. Looks great is it just held in at the top and bottom?
  7. How do you poke your holes for the lace do you use a lacing chisel?
  8. Man that is amazing! Great job looks very clean is that for you or did you make it for someone? What finish did you use? Also is that your pattern or did you get it from somewhere else?
  9. Thank you for the explanation and the picture. What a great idea!
  10. Hey Rohn great looking holster what's the extra strap around the holster for? Is there just a belt loop on the back? Can we see a picture of the back? Thanks!
  11. Dyeing with water-based dyes (Craftsha)

    If you are on mainland there is a kyoshin Elle store that sells fiebings and if you are in Okinawa I can point you in the right direction
  12. Dyeing with water-based dyes (Craftsha)

    The only thing to do is to try different mixes there isn't a right or wrong just depends on what color you want I usually dilute at least 50/50 and that seems like a good place to start
  13. Yes left to right inside your stitch box where the knife will sit it's just to give a little room
  14. I'm sure there is a pattern out there for a similar pocket knife but this would be easy enough for you to make your own pattern. just put the knife on a piece of paper and outline it then add 3/4 the thickness of the knife and there is your inside dimensions. next figure out the cant that you want and draw around it for belt loops. make one out of cardboard if you don't have any extra leather to play with.