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oilskin tinder pouch

Wave Man

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made this up just now, very simple pattern and took about 15 minutes, a bit of oilskin cloth, a length of paracord (and waiting on a toggle, I have ordered a heap of them just waiting for them to turn up) and few simple tools. I did make up a simple leather toggle for the short term

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and opened up show sizing, with my FS-1 and pouch in it

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they are really easy to make, a simple pattern, just a circle cut out, then a heap of holes punched in for the draw string. I have actually made up 5 of them despite only three being in the pic

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Like the nice simple toggles, would be easy to make with some heavy guage leather.
 

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the toggles are simple leather affairs, folded over, contact glued and then two holes punched in.

I am waiting on wooden toggles coming from Ebay though these are too easy to make so I will probably go with these anyway.
 
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