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DIY Bushcrafting gear book

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by John Fenna, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. TarHeelBrit

    TarHeelBrit Full Member

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    Hello John,

    Any hard copies left? I'd like to snag one, autographed if possible.

    Cheers,
    Malc.
     
  2. John Fenna

    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    I can print to order! PM to you :)
     
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    Morning John,

    My book arrived in the post this morning. Many thanks indeed. I can confess to only having a cursory look through since my wife asked what it was and to have a look and I haven't got it back since.:dunno: All I keep hearing from her chair is, "Hmm, that looks good.... ohh might have to try that,..... HA! a coconut cup that's good".

    Thanks John for an excellent book and worth every single penny.

    All the best,
    Malc.
     
  4. John Fenna

    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    I am glad you like it :)
    Have fun with the projects!
     
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    Xmas is coming... Time to think about gear for the season ahead!
    -Ideal for someone new to making their own gear!
    "A Basic Guide to making your own, Budget, Bushcrafting Equipment"
    Never entered for THE BOOKER PRIZE,not seen in THE DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY has won no PRIZES FOR LITERATURE
    14 fully illustrated, step by step projects (using the simplest of tools) plus detailed instructions on seaming etc.

    The projects cover - Drybag, stuffsack,Poncho/basha, Giant Basha, Daysack, Canvas "Foraging" Bag, Zipped Bivvi bag, trivet, Billy Can, Hobo Stove, Coconut Mug, Coconut Ladle or water dipper, Soft Leather Storage Pouches, Leather "Possibles" Pouch.
    All in A4 format, wipe clean cover with easily removed pages for ease of working.
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    Available as hardcopy in a wipe clean cover, as a PDF and now in a fileform suitable for use with Kindles! All this for only £12 inc P&P!
     
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    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    Summer is coming... Time to think about gear for the season ahead!
    -Ideal for someone new to making their own gear!
    "A Basic Guide to making your own, Budget, Bushcrafting Equipment"
    Never entered for THE BOOKER PRIZE,not seen in THE DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY has won no PRIZES FOR LITERATURE
    14 fully illustrated, step by step projects (using the simplest of tools) plus detailed instructions on seaming etc.

    The projects cover - Drybag, stuffsack,Poncho/basha, Giant Basha, Daysack, Canvas "Foraging" Bag, Zipped Bivvi bag, trivet, Billy Can, Hobo Stove, Coconut Mug, Coconut Ladle or water dipper, Soft Leather Storage Pouches, Leather "Possibles" Pouch.
    All in A4 format, wipe clean cover with easily removed pages for ease of working.
    [​IMG]

    Available as hardcopy in a wipe clean cover, as a PDF and now in a fileform suitable for use with Kindles! All this for only £12 inc P&P!
     
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    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    Xmas is coming... Time to think about gear for the season ahead!
    -Ideal for someone new to making their own gear!
    "A Basic Guide to making your own, Budget, Bushcrafting Equipment"
    Never entered for THE BOOKER PRIZE,not seen in THE DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY has won no PRIZES FOR LITERATURE
    14 fully illustrated, step by step projects (using the simplest of tools) plus detailed instructions on seaming etc.

    The projects cover - Drybag, stuffsack,Poncho/basha, Giant Basha, Daysack, Canvas "Foraging" Bag, Zipped Bivvi bag, trivet, Billy Can, Hobo Stove, Coconut Mug, Coconut Ladle or water dipper, Soft Leather Storage Pouches, Leather "Possibles" Pouch.
    All in A4 format, wipe clean cover with easily removed pages for ease of working.
    [​IMG]

    Available as hardcopy in a wipe clean cover, as a PDF and now in a fileform suitable for use with Kindles! All this for only £12 inc P&P!
     
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    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    Xmas is coming... Time to think about gear for the season ahead!
    -Ideal for someone new to making their own gear!
    "A Basic Guide to making your own, Budget, Bushcrafting Equipment"
    Never entered for THE BOOKER PRIZE,not seen in THE DESIGN AWARDS CEREMONY has won no PRIZES FOR LITERATURE
    14 fully illustrated, step by step projects (using the simplest of tools) plus detailed instructions on seaming etc.

    The projects cover - Drybag, stuffsack,Poncho/basha, Giant Basha, Daysack, Canvas "Foraging" Bag, Zipped Bivvi bag, trivet, Billy Can, Hobo Stove, Coconut Mug, Coconut Ladle or water dipper, Soft Leather Storage Pouches, Leather "Possibles" Pouch.
    All in A4 format, wipe clean cover with easily removed pages for ease of working.
    [​IMG]

    Available as hardcopy in a wipe clean cover, as a PDF and now in a fileform suitable for use with Kindles! All this for only £12 inc P&P!

    Love makes the World go round......Lust makes it all go pear-shaped...
     
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    Hello John,
    Having seen some of your very interesting posts and handiwork on this forum, I feel a strange compulsion to "have a go" and this seems like an ideal place to start.
    Is it still possible to obtain this tome of yours ?
    Thanks
    Simon
     
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    John Fenna Lifetime Member & Maker

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    It certainly is - I will message you in "conversations"
     

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