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A knife and sheath I just finished. Olive wood handle and inlay from a dead tree I salvaged some wood from with violet resin inlay where the wood was split from drying.

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Nice

 

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Pretty wicked! I really like the inlay on the handle.

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Very Nice work.  I actually enjoy inlays.  I ordered some turquoise last year before I injured my left wrist/hand, I intend to do inlays on the knife, sheath, gunbelt, and holster.  Moderation in all things, don't want to get tacky.  :eusa_naughty:

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Very nice indeed.

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Nice job on that for sure.

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awesome indeed lets see that steel!! I just went out and picked up some sage brush, cut it up for scales it makes some pretty stuff.

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7 minutes ago, chuck123wapati said:

awesome indeed lets see that steel!! I just went out and picked up some sage brush, cut it up for scales it makes some pretty stuff.

I'd like to see that sage brush scales stuff if you have one I sure would like to see it.

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1 minute ago, Samalan said:

I'd like to see that sage brush scales stuff if you have one I sure would like to see it.

ok i will get a piece sanded down and stained so you can see the grain 

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8 hours ago, Scoutmom103 said:

Nice

 

 

8 hours ago, Hags said:

Pretty wicked! I really like the inlay on the handle.

 

7 hours ago, tsunkasapa said:

Very nice indeed.

 

1 hour ago, Samalan said:

Nice job on that for sure.

Thank you very much friends

7 hours ago, Brokenolmarine said:

Very Nice work.  I actually enjoy inlays.  I ordered some turquoise last year before I injured my left wrist/hand, I intend to do inlays on the knife, sheath, gunbelt, and holster.  Moderation in all things, don't want to get tacky.  :eusa_naughty:

Sound like it will be beautiful

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yep great lookin sheath:thumbsup:

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21 hours ago, Bert03241 said:

yep great lookin sheath:thumbsup:

Thank you

On 5/17/2022 at 4:12 AM, chuck123wapati said:

awesome indeed lets see that steel!! I just went out and picked up some sage brush, cut it up for scales it makes some pretty stuff.

I need a program to resize my photo's (free) any suggestions?

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On 5/17/2022 at 4:21 AM, Samalan said:

I'd like to see that sage brush scales stuff if you have one I sure would like to see it.

Check out the Tumbleweed Mining Company in Bisbee, Arizona. 

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1 hour ago, Leescustomleather said:

Thank you

I need a program to resize my photo's (free) any suggestions?

i wish i did i use the one on my computer but i cant figure out what it is? I open the pic then right click and use resize option best for emails and messages. its just called microsoft photos on windows 10 

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3 hours ago, sbrownn said:

Check out the Tumbleweed Mining Company in Bisbee, Arizona. 

2" wide piece  close up

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7 hours ago, chuck123wapati said:

i wish i did i use the one on my computer but i cant figure out what it is? I open the pic then right click and use resize option best for emails and messages. its just called microsoft photos on windows 10 

Thank you I will try that

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On 5/17/2022 at 4:12 AM, chuck123wapati said:

awesome indeed lets see that steel!! I just went out and picked up some sage brush, cut it up for scales it makes some pretty stuff.

 

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