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TOPIC: Hand-made throw bags

Hand-made throw bags 1 year 1 month ago #137853

  • benjhind
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Just trace a bow-tie shape onto some fabric (this is faux-leather that was kicking around the house, it is relatively durable). Stitch around the outside, invert it, fill with lead and wrap around a D-ring and stitch it shut. Like many of my creations, they aren't pretty but they work.


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Hand-made throw bags 1 year 3 weeks ago #137860

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Nice job on the crafting project. I have a few I made years ago out of heavy weight Cordura from ebay that are still sailing and pulling well. I doubled the fabric to increase durability. I used steel shot to make it compatible with a homemade grapnel/rare earth magnet traverse kit I also made. Something satisfying about using gear that you make yourself...
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