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Leather Cloak and Sheath Project! . Hand-made leather cloak and sheath. . The cloak was made in two pieces - the cloak and the hood. I attached the hood at two points with sinew on the shoulders at the front. The hood can be pushed back, but I failed to snag a picture of that. I also used a bit of superglue to keep the fold of the hood in the back held down - what sucks about that is I now can not attach anything to the neck on the back like a quiver. The sheath was made from the same piece of leather as the cloak. I simply wrapped the leather around the sword and pulled it extremely tight around the sword as I sewed it up with sinew (that had to be stripped down to make it small enough). I thought I might have to coat the sheath in something to make it rigid, but after soaking it in water with the sword sheathed, it firmed up really well. Anyway, please feel free to comment or ask questions!


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