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Belt Sheath

The belt sheath is a traditional way to carry one of the bushcraft knifes. I usually use 8-9 oz leather for these sheaths. I use a hand saddle stich for the stitching on these sheaths. This way each stitch is like having two stitches. If one side happened to get damage while being worn, the sheath would not come apart. I also use a waxed thread that when pulled tight helps to resist the thread backing out or coming loose. This is a classic fold over sheath that can be made in right or left handed wearing.

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