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Finished this up the other day, WC 8oz, medium brown Eco Flo gel antique, sewn with tiger thread. I think it turned out great!1248548036_Bowiesheath.thumb.jpg.c7a885a411c7838dde184a8cad9776ba.jpg

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Looks great. Love the stitching 

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I agree, it turned out great!  But I must say, you violated rule #1 - must show blade, as I was aptly informed when I posted the sheath I made.  :)

YinTx

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33 minutes ago, YinTx said:

I agree, it turned out great!  But I must say, you violated rule #1 - must show blade, as I was aptly informed when I posted the sheath I made.  :)

YinTx

Ok then. Just for you

Bowie and Sheath.jpg

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classic.

YinTx

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5 hours ago, Bigfoote said:

 

Ok then. Just for you

Bowie and Sheath.jpg

That's better. Gotta see them blades. ;)

Sheath is excellent. I love the 2 tone. 

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Very nice job. I also like the stitching and everything else about it.

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Nice work

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Thanks guys!

 

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Niiice :)

 

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Looks like a well executed sheath.  I do wonder about one thing the rectangular box stitched across the belt loop.  I wonder if that is a weak point so to speak.  I have read where doing that on a belt makes it weak over time due to the holes.   Just food for thought.  Love the carving work and its a tight package that will last the user a long long time 

 

Ross

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Very nicely done contrast colouring and the thread swapping adds a very nice detail.:thumbsup:

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Very tidy- What resist was used on the lighter areas?

 

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