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Wow, amazing work! Tutorial vote.
Well done indeed,
Have made a few sheaths recently and have a couple of questions to help me along the learning curve.
1) Does/can artificial sinew dye ok i.e...
There are legions of good old English axe heads out there that have been used for most things in their lifetime. They can be had for very little...
Could I please register interest for the group buy if LBL decides to go for it in January?
Cometh the axe man! You are very, very good at that, sir!
Sorry can't afford it at the moment but can I just say they look absolutely fabulous! Wonderful design.
Brilliant! Especially love the fact that the bark is left on and its all hand-carved.
Must have a go.
Really lovely work - well done!
Wow, that's a real beauty Jonathan! Making a niche for yourself here.
I have to say I like the Stetson! Got an Akubra as a present last year to add to my Tilley and Rogue hats, seems a Stetson is the next logical...
Beautiful knife and very professionally executed!
An impressive skill that will surely be lost if more people don't learn. Excellent thread.
Very nice, great achievement!
Cracking job John! I know what you mean about BR's sheath: spectacular like the knife!
Beautiful handle! Really lovely, well done indeed!
They look good, might be interested in the 2M. Good find.
That's no Kent pattern axe but a Scotch one. The bit seems a little Kentish but the eye surround is Scotch IIRC. Very nice and good luck with the...
Excellent, well done. You'll be tapping away goodstyle with that set up!
Sorry for your loss, Mike.
I'd rather have a single rucksack like that with all those wonderful memories and experiences woven into it than a...