Kilts, chains for sporrans and "friction"

Thomas G. Mungall, III

Message 25774 · 24 Apr 2001 04:10:07 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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For anyone who is interested in making their own sporran strap go to the
Tandy Leather site and get a 1/2" x 60" belt blank. You can dye it any color
you wish and you can buy that from them also.
Find the leather blank at: http://www.tandyleather.com/products.asp?dept=88

The perfect buckle is their 1/2" All Purpose Buckle #163707 Which is brass
colored and good for a brown belt while their 1/2" All Purpose Buckle
#163708 is bright silver and nice for black these can be found at:
http://www.tandyleather.com/products.asp?dept=81

You will also need a leather punch, some dye and some brads or grommets with
which to afix the buckle to the belt. Also, some leather dressing and a
small piece of leather to make a keeper.

While it is cheaper to just buy the belt from a good maker the project is
fun.

Tom Mungall

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