It took a long time since I began to work on this quiver, and sometime a dead line can be helpful: two days to achieve the work before this week-end. Testing will be in woods, whatever will be the weather. Dying was difficult, the colours pots where years old and some of them unusable. Only … Continue reading Dwarf Quiver, final
It took a few month to achieve a tool work that could be done in one day. Now, the great question: dying in monochrome or in colours? I have some color dye for leather in stock, but with a very limited palette choice.
Slow work, countless mistakes. It should have been done in one week. Maybe in one or two month, or for next's year season.
My nephew was asking for a bow some years ago, a very good experience with "treks" in the woods, campfires, beers and great hunts against SRT targets (deer and fox). After two years of pause, back to archery. It's not because I received an arrow to the knee, but I no longer have currently the … Continue reading Leather, Feather & String