This project video is one that I should have made a long time ago. One of the best selling items we have ever made in the saddle shop has been our fold over knife sheaths. In this video, I show you how to make these from start to finish.
If you are looking for a project that doesn’t use a lot of leather and goes together quickly then this is it. This is also a great way to use up the scrap leather that may be accumulating in the corners of your workshop. Floral tooled, geometric tooled, dyed, painted and even plain leather, these items will become one of your most popular selling items.
I have developed a set of patterns to use when making these that will cut out all the fitting issues for most knives. My pattern uses the tooling window to size the finished sheath to fit a particular knife. If you would like to purchase the digital companion pattern pack for this video, then CLICK HERE and you can purchase that from us. This is a digital PDF file that you will download and print the patterns out on your own printer. Along with the cut pattern for the shealth and the three different size tooling windows that I use in my shop, you will also get 6 different floral tooling patterns for each of the three different windows. That is 18 different patterns to choose from.
Looking for a good source for Herman Oak leather? Visit our friends at Maker’s Leather Supply as they are a Herman Oak dealer and can help you get the leather and any other supplies that you may need.
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