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Seagrove59

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    Nova Scotia, Canada

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    Tooling

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  1. Nice work, really like the colour and how mink oil gives it a natural aged look.
  2. Nice job, I have worked with bison before in some small pouches an it is tough to get the edges finished.
  3. Photo of on the putter and the back with flap medallion. Sorry for two messages on this, resizing is not something I am good at. Thanks and not likely, hands still sore from this stitching.
  4. My wife’s putter head cover was beginning to look a little ratty. I had some scrap green leather and goat skin, so figured I would give it a go and did up a pattern. She is from Ireland so also thought I would try an embossing(likely wrong description of technique) of a shamrock. I think it came out well, and more importantly she likes it.
  5. A friend who is a wood worker, asked me a year ago to make sheaths for his Japanese bevel edge chisel and 2 large bevel edge timber framing chisels. Picked away over the last year and I ally finished the last one and delivered it today. Japanese chisel - 9” in length was the first one completed and after delivering it to him he has been wearing it everyday (first photos below) one large timber framing chisel (black case below) is 16” in length largest timber framing chisel is 21” in length. (Photos to be added in next reply) He is pleased with how they came out, little fancier than he needed but practical for his use. Photos of largest framing chisel
  6. As I am not a great golfer, I usually carry a few spare balls in my back pocket. Wanted to figure out a carrier I would be comfortable with so built one to use this season. Small issue with belt clip stud, secure but off centre ( not seen so will leave). Left it natural except for coating of Smith Leather Balm to see how it ages. Additional photo
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    Valet tray

    Yeh I liked how it came out. 8 sides sounds interesting.
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    Valet tray

    Last thing finished for Christmas presents. Couple of other items on the go but will need to wait. Will try the next one with snaps but like how the Chicago screws came out. Happy Holidays. The back
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    Dice Bags

    Thank you Shhhhh, I am trying already to get all my projects ready for Christmas, do not give my wife anymore ideas.
  10. Seagrove59

    Dice Bags

    They did not have a name for it, but the internet had a similar game called Farkle. It said there are variations of the game and scoring.
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