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    great piece of work! I definitely want one! Best regards Mattie
    No matter how hard you push the envelop, it will always be stationery!

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    As usual, absolutely beatiful piece of craftsmanship. I feel very humbled by your awesomeness...(and he wondered why I called him the God of Sporran Making...). LOL.
    Martin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dughlas mor View Post
    That gent sure makes using a head knife look easy, though.
    Aye, he does at that. Which is another thing left off the video, the maker either endlessly swapping knives or endlessly sharpening that one knife.
    I've got a head knife I use for several very specific tasks, but most of the time it's worlds easier for me to just use utility knife blades.

    Quote Originally Posted by Laird_M View Post
    As usual, absolutely beatiful piece of craftsmanship. I feel very humbled by your awesomeness...(and he wondered why I called him the God of Sporran Making...). LOL.
    Thank you indeed for the very high praise, but I still have a whole lot to learn before I'd even consider myself a 'Master' (not that there's any sporran guild to apprentice or master-up in ) much less
    achieve some sort of demi-divinity.

    As a total aside, I wonder what sort of miracles the God of Sporrans would manifest? Your flask (or even better, wallet) always refilling when in your sporran?

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    artificer Pronunciation: \är-ˈti-fə-sər, ˈär-tə-fə-sər\ : noun : 14th century :a skilled or artistic worker or craftsman
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    *Home of the Original Kenneth MacLeay Sporran Project & Functional Brass Cantles*

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    Only someone who drinks martinis wearing latex gloves could exhibit such craftsmanship. I don't say that often.

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