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  1. This is my buddy Bill Smith's shop. I spend a lot of time there as per some of my posts here on the Patriot. Bill stopped doing scrimshaw work years ago,...so now that's my contribution...along with some horn making. I assure you everything here is proudly handcrafted,..it all starts with raw horn and leather. Every stitch is by hand,..every image on a horn is drawn by hand using historical reference,..no tracing paper or electric tools. Thanks for the opportunity to share. -Aaron
  2. A guy wanted a "Son's of Liberty" themed small flat horn to finish out a squirrel hunting rig. Scrimshaw by my self,..horn by Bill Smith. I'll post this here in this section since my last post ended up here,,.....I told you boys I don't fit in anywhere ,....but the horn does have a tiger maple base plug so perhaps that'll count....(as always feel free to move if you Gent's think it'll have a better home ) I hang out with a bag and horn maker friend of mine Bill Smith,.......I work a lot with him making horns and the horn itself officially came out of his shop,........I then do all
  3. Guys, I want to make some sleeves for some larger chisels and a slick. Would this beginner kit be a good starting purchase or if anyone has a better suggestion please let me know. Big Teddy Leather Kit
  4. From the album: John Morris's Hand Tools

    This handy wonderful shave I found was made from a planer blade, and the ends wrapped in leather and string to hold the leather in place. At first glance it looks like a decendant of a Japanese shave, and the influence may be. I have used this shave several times and it's incredibly easy to control. This is one of those, "why didn't I think of this!".
  5. John Morris

    Welt

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  6. John Morris

    Spokeshave

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  7. John Morris

    Axe

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  8. John Morris

    Chisels

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  9. John Morris

    Drawknife

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  10. John Morris

    Group

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  11. John Morris

    Round Knife

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  12. John Morris

    Tool Rack

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  13. John Morris

    Tray

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  14. John Morris

    Welt

    From the album: Hultman Leather Tool Accessories

    © Kari Hultman

  15. Well, my last pair of leather work gloves just went back to Lowes. Had not even had them two weeks and they had holes and ripped seams. These were the Blue Hawk variety, with some type of fabric mesh on the top of the gloves. Too bad, they were the most comfortable gloves I have had in quite awhile. I am not doing anything out of the ordinary (I don't think). I do have a stack of rough cut lumber that I occasionally mill a piece or two from. I am doing some home remodeling, so I am wearing them probably several hours a day. I used to get about six months from a set of leather gloves. L
  16. Good morning guys, over the weekend I added some suede to the inside of my woodworking vise using Scotch 77 super glue which doesn't hold well enough for my liking. Couple questions, I bought some heavier leather now and am wondering what to attach it with? I've read two sided tape Titebond glue, as well as some Titebond hide glue. Can anyone share their personal experiences? Second question is it any better to put leather on both sides of the vise? Thanks Pat
  17. Just got this email from Tandy Leather for a tape measure case project. Thought someone else might be interested in it. http://bcove.me/8ges2i6c
  18. From the album: Gene's Stuff

    Mesquite box to hold my Daughter-in-law's Glock. Solid Mesquite, turquoise and epoxy to fill the voids. Mesquite harvested and milled by yours truly.
  19. Still cleaning my shop guys! Ya I know, been on this adventure for three weekends now and I am still finding items of great interest in the dark reccesses of my humble abode. Many years ago, I came back from my duty station in the Army on a two week leave, during those two weeks I helped Dad on a few woodworking projects and we pulled out this Craftsman 100' tape to measure something, I think we were doing some layout for some garden trellis or something, and during our work a screw came lose, the whole thing came apart and the tape jumped out and landed in a big heap of a tangled mess, it is
  20. From the album: Gene's Stuff

    Lined with leather and molded to fit the Glock and clip.
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