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tried vivo barefoots?
those would be along the description
could even do a couple varieties of the 'classics'
so a debris hut
maybe even a shelter or scaled down shelter?
ummmm assumin its private land you could have a lil fire or 2
1 cleared up properly
very tidy John
the awl was metal and the punch was too
i'm not precious about being that accurate
oh and the fleshing tool was metal too
The grain on buckskin i used for the lid and gusset is more water resistant than standard buckskin, its also less prone to dirty marks.
everything bar shooting the deer and skinning it was done by me.
i used eggs and a small splash of rapeseed oil as a brain substitute.
5th of Never John :eek:
The amount of work from manky bloody deer skin to haversack would make it impractical to charge even minimum wage for the...
next on the list is a small belt pouch
and once i've processed the 9 hides there's gonna be a rucksack on a packframe made.
keeps me occupied...
I've never ever spent so much time focussed on one single project before.
this haversack was originally 3 manky looks bloody deerskins I have...
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Had a message from Mesquite
Unfortunately he is in hospital and as such is unable to run the photo comp at the moment so it's...
photo might help the sale
i reckon i'll make the buckskin lacing for it this time
I'm seeing Theresa this weekend i'll whinge about her being a meanie to me then, some how...
thats it Mary side with Theresa :o
any sinew is a challenge at the moment
and ive still got a hoooge roll of artificial sinew (i swear it hasnt...
Building up to making my buckskin haversack
Chatting with a friend she asked me what i intended to sew with to which i replied artificial sinew....
I'm just over the border in Bedfordshire
perfectly normal isn't it?