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Tony Van Dort
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Excellent!! [campfire]
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Thank you Bud for rebuilding this thread. I plan on using it to build my own quiver very soon.
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M60gunner
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I figured out how to save this thread to my IBooks. Just selected PDF from tool bar. Now have this and bow restoration thread forever.

Thanks agian for rebuilding the photos, I know it was not a fun thing to do. I plan on using English Bridle leather for this one. I used Latigo for a few but got tired of "bleed out". I use mine off and on, it's just to hot here for me to wear this time of year. I have also made the quiver like Errol Flyn used in Robin Hood. Not as conforming to the back but looks cool with a doz arrows in it.

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M60gunner, could you send me that dowload, please?

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Hey Bud I was just wondering, and I must be missing something, how your tying off the lower strap end. Thanks again for reposting this thread.
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Happy to see this one reposted. Can't tell you how many times I've read thru this post Bud. Leather and supplies waiting for me in the shop [thumbsup]

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Thanks Bud...so many old threads without their critical pictures. It's wonderful to see this one back in all it's pictorial glory.
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Bud B.
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MikeF,

At the bottom I insert the lace tips in the lowest holes making a U when you pull it evenly into the quiver body. (You can reverse this to give a slight adjustment for the elbow bump by placing the lace in the top holes first) I then take each lace straight up (or down) to the hole above it and come out of the body. This way the vertical lace is kess likely to catch a sharp BH tip. I then attach the lace to the lower stap end going inside the strap on the flesh side of the leather. Then X them up to the next holes up, then back out again and then secure them under the X. It makes for easy adjustments to lengthen or shorten the strap.

If this makes sense, great. If not, I can try to upload some more pics.

Let me know. [thumbsup]


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With the 6 holes at the top, attach in this manner. Start at the bottom holes with straight up lacing in the inside of the quiver.

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Glenn wanted 21" deep. I added a thick piece of leather cut just smaller than the bottom pattern and wedged it into the bottom of the quiver to protect the lacing from sharp broadhead points. This put me right on 21" deep.

That's it.

If there are questions, I'll be glad to offer my answers, but there are many techniques out there. This is just one way one leatherworker does it.

I treated Glenn's quiver leather before assembling. The vegetable tanned leather soaked up everything I put on it. It'll need more. The more you put on it, the darker the leather gets.

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Awesome Bud!
gotta love leather...

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Thanks Bud! I appreciate the help.
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