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Just finished the sheath for the big blade. All hand sown with two needles, hands are sore, over 400 bloody stitches. Much prefere to make knives than stitch leather but a good blade needs a good leather home.

Terry



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G'day Terry. Very nice work indeed mate.

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Thanks Mark. You must be freezing your arse off in Tassie.

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Hi Terry,
Your leather work is as fine as your blade work. Nice job mate, just KEEP THEM COMING I am enjoying looking at your beautiful work.
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Thanks Mark. You must be freezing your arse off in Tassie.

Terry
Not realy Terry. Tassie aint that cold. I'm a QLD boy, been here since 03 and still enjoying it, can't stand hot weather anymore, we find the climate here a lot kinder.

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Nice work Terry!
 

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You must be a bladesmith with a talent for leather work as well. Or is that leatherwork with a talent for.......... Oh never mind. Yep, your blessed!
 

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Very nice indeed. 8)
 

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Terry your leather work is every bit as beautiful as your bladesmithing my friend! Thank you for posting pictures!

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1st class leather work. Most the holsters and knife sheaths made these days are clunky and void of thought.You should be proud :)
 
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