Old Post- Scabbard Making the Inexpensive Way

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Peter Remling
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Eledhwen's posts on arrow building and maille making made me think this forum is where all our how-tos should be so I'm going to go over the past threads and pull up any how-tos and repost them here.

One stop shopping as it were. I will try to remember to indicate whether it is a new post or old.


http://ranger.budgetauthenticity.org/fo ... nsive#p240
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ah yes.. good idea
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Great idea! there are so many excellent projects here and the fact that folks are willing to share these "how too's" is very much apprecieated!

I sometimes spend so much time thinking out of the box, that I forget how to think in it! (as my son tells me)

Sometime it just takes a fresh veiw from another set of eyes to solve a simple snag or get a new idea on an old problem.
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Re: Old Post- Scabbard Making the Inexpensive Way

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I'm adding this thread for those wishing to do a scabbard a little more traditional.

Ye Old Gaffer does a great job with this tutorial and the results can be amazing.
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