How to Make a buckskin Knife Sheath

How to Make a Knife Sheath From Buckskin. You can use a tanned deer hide in many leathercraft projects, but few uses are better suited to showcasing the versatility of buckskin than a D.I.Y. sheath. You’ll need a few hours (and some strong hands) to complete this leatherwork. Materials 12x12-inch piece of supple buckskin 6x8-inch piece of heavy rawhide Glass beads, various sizes Plastic beads, 3mm Instructions Step 1: Fold the rawhide in half and trim to the shape of your blade (A). Cut a 5x12-inch sheet from the buckskin (B) and lay it under the rawhide. Cut along the curve of the rawhide. Pull the buckskin taut over the rawhide, and make two sets of stitches down and up. Slice the buckskin flap into fringes. Extras Finishing Touch: Thread beads onto the sinew tag ends, tying a triple overhand knot to secure them.
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A D.I.Y. knife sheath is a great use of tanned deer hide.

You can use a tanned deer hide in many leathercraft projects, but few uses are better suited to showcasing the versatility of buckskin than a D.I.Y. sheath. You can make one for less than $15, and that even includes the gingerbread to take your sheath from run-of-the-mill to one-of-a-kind. You’ll need a few hours (and some strong hands) to complete this leatherwork.

Materials

  • 12×12-inch piece of supple buckskin
  • 6×8-inch piece of heavy rawhide
  • Glass beads, various sizes
  • Plastic beads, 3mm

Instructions

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Bucksin Knife Sheath How To: Step 1

Step 1: Fold the rawhide in half and trim to the shape of your blade (A)….

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