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My leather work

Discussion in 'Bushcraft It Yourself' started by jpgrilo, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. jpgrilo

    jpgrilo Slightly Talkative

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    I like that first pic for the Mora!!!!,,,,,,,,,,how much do these leathers cost?
     
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    Gazo Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    Very nice I like the idea of a sheath with room for fire steel and multitool, having it all in one place is a great idea.
     
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    very nice work mate. you could make some money off that! how long have you been doing it?
     
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    Matt Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    very nice mate well done
     
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    Nice stitching. I'd consider buying one for my mora if they ever became available;)
     
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    Not bad at all mate, nice one. :)
     
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    Well done, looks like it will last a long time.
     
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    Nice work there!
     
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    Thank you everybody for your words of encouragement.
    responding to everyone that have asked me about prices and when will they be available: the answer is soon:) I am evaluating my work and trying to define a price for each piece(as you can image is a difficult task to make. if any one have an idea feel free to drop a PM)

    JG
     
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    Nice work again mate. :)
     
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    Very neat, looks the part.
     
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    Very good you have a good skill thanks for showing us.
     
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    great craftsmanship mate. would you be interesting in doing a commission piece? im looking for a leather sheaf for this...

    Short Blade Machete - Ronnie Sunshines

    if this is something you'd be interested in taking on please send me a pm
     
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    After several weeks of downtime because of the baby, I'm back to work in leather. This order came from Sweden, a leather sheath for a Mora 2000. The client specifically asked for a sheath to use around his neck like the one i use, but requested that the support of firesteel was as secure as possible to avoid at all costs losing it.
    Hope you like it
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    BUSHGEAR: Mora 2000 Leather Sheath

    PS: Feel free to drop by my Facebook leatherwork page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/BushGear-LeatherWorks/328176573929622 and drop in a like :)
     
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    Nice one did see this on BB the other day, I too have been playing with leather recently :)