Today I finished the third sheath for my half moon knives, upper right, and also made a better closing flap for the bottom right knife. One of the points on the latter was earlier pointing out when the sheath was closed.
I believe three of these knives are shop made, two for certain by me, and the big head knife us probably made from an old saw and with a replacement handle from the file company Lutz ( Cincinnati, Ohio)
I turned this post into a #fourpieceflatlay too, 🍀
On the newest sheath have I taken a small step onto the antler craft slippery sloop too, cause it has got a tiny button from a "live edge" elk antler. Much sturdier than the leather button on the bottom right sheath, might replace that later, now I've tested if it works and it does.
In the last video can you hear when I'm tuning in the knives 😉🎼🎶 #leatherworking #halfmoonknife #quartermoonknife #headknife #sandvik288 #Pajarito #antlercraft #saddlestitching