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Message started by David_T on Oct 4th, 2003 at 10:12pm

Title: Jeff's Pouch
Post by David_T on Oct 4th, 2003 at 10:12pm
Your #4 pouch pattern worked great with my new 46" sling. I used hot glue to hold the "ears together. It was fast and seems to be holding tight.

Title: Re: Jeff's Pouch
Post by JeffH on Oct 5th, 2003 at 6:48am
David,

Would love t see pics.  #4 has two rows of holes each side and was meant for 8 strands of #18 or #24 twine; two per hole.  I got your e-mail about the modifcations.  Send pics.

jeff <>< - who is curious

Title: Re: Jeff's Pouch
Post by David_T on Oct 5th, 2003 at 3:27pm
Jeff,

Pics are in your e-mail!!. So the two holes are for 8 stand. Makes sense.

I, as you may have noticed I am impatient and just didn't want to stitch all those holes. If this sling does not slip in the holes I will repeat it as I did. If it slips, I will probably use all the holes in your pattern.

Title: Re: Jeff's Pouch
Post by JeffH on Oct 8th, 2003 at 4:20pm
David_T,

Got the pics,  great job.

I don't think it will be the number of holes that keep it from slipping.  The only concern I have about the skipping of holes is the larger amount of cord exposed to the stone.  Maybe this is unwarranted, but worth keeping an eye on.

Again,  good job!

jeff <>< who thinks slings are simply great

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