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A lovely pair

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...of scabbards, for Dingo's 13th century cleavers.
Dingo scabbard cut1.jpg
Dingo scabbard cut2.jpg
Wood cored, wool lined, veg tan blah blah blah.....

Finished them yesterday a.m., sat outside in the blazing sunshine under the wisteria as the bees buzzed in the background, thinking to myself "I could do this for a living....if I could learn to live on fresh air and didn't mind living in a ditch".
"I never said that I was here to help."


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Very Nice - How long before he back-straps them.

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Never gonna happen! ;)

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Still turning out cracking work Mat.

Gorgeous... Is it not worth living in a ditch?
By the sacred toenail clippings of J.R.R Tolkein... You'll pay for that hellspawn!


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Tidy bit of leatherwork there chap.

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Thrud wrote:Still turning out cracking work Mat.

Gorgeous... Is it not worth living in a ditch?
I'm going to say 'No'.
"I never said that I was here to help."

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