Leather pin pointer holster

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figgis wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 5:48 pm Cor, that's a bit of all right! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

How did you get the embossing tool for the forum logo?
I handed over a wad of cash and a design file!
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You mean you bought it? And there was me with visions of you slaving over an anvil and crafting it your very own self.

Bubble duly burst :cry: ;)
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 3:21 pm Cath, which leather working kit do you recommend? I've fancied trying this too, although I've never actually got around to it.
Don’t buy any of the amazon or other starter kits - they are mainly complete rubbish. This guide from this brilliant Youtuber is a good guide to what you’ll need Like detecting this can be a very expensive hobby! Or you can buy cheaper tools if you just want to dabble.

This company are superb for both leather and tools https://www.artisanleather.co.uk/

Get the value packs of leather for £10-12 to get quality stuff for a great price :thumbsup:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 3:39 pm I have a spare pinpointer here Jan that doesnt work
I think i will remove all the gubbins from the inside, and then make it alcohol water tight, and then at least you could fill it with your fave tipple water and not look suspicious on the field :thumbsup:

Although, drinking from a pinpointer may raise an eyebrow or 3 :lol:
Utterly brilliant suggestion old fruit. A kind of detectorists tipple-stick. The first pin-pointer in history to find the spot without a load of faffing about. :lol:
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Oxgirl wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 6:08 pm Don’t buy any of the amazon or other starter kits - they are mainly complete rubbish. This guide from this brilliant Youtuber is a good guide to what you’ll need Like detecting this can be a very expensive hobby! Or you can buy cheaper tools if you just want to dabble.

This company are superb for both leather and tools https://www.artisanleather.co.uk/

Get the value packs of leather for £10-12 to get quality stuff for a great price :thumbsup:
That's great. Thanks very much!
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