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Fallguy
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Looking at that photo of your knife laying on that wool sweater made me think that any Scotsman would be proud to have that knife in his sock. [archer]

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D.Ellis
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Thanks again guys.
I finished the sheath. I left the welt natural so there was no chance of leather dye staining the ivory.......sort of made a cool looking contrast in my opinion.

Darcy [campfire]

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60# GN Lil'Creep Jackknife
67# osage selfbow
62# "Zang Hill" string follow

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KSCATTRAPR
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That's great looking and yes I agree, the contrast with the un-stained welt looks great. Just curious, what stain did you use on the other parts of the sheath?
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D.Ellis
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Just Fiebings alcohol base medium brown. The lining leather is black bikers type garment leather.
Darcy

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60# GN Lil'Creep Jackknife
67# osage selfbow
62# "Zang Hill" string follow

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La flecha
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Beautiful!
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Hopewell Tom
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Very nice. I'd prefer my sheaths to have that contrast, so unique.

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tomsm44
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Very nice package. I may steal that idea for the undyed welt. [Wink] Very cool looking.

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Matt Toms

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'66 Kodiak: 60", 55@28
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Ben Pearson 709 Hunter: 58", 47@28
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D.Ellis
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Thanks guys.
Steal away Matt, I probably stole it from someone else anyway [Eek!] [Big Grin]

Darcy

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60# GN Lil'Creep Jackknife
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