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This is a quiver I made for archery. It is made out of real white rabbit pelts and an arrow tube.
I sewed the two pelts together around the tube while pulling the pelt tight. I also put a sock at the bottom of the tube to make the arrows quieter.
Pull the tube out, turn the pelts inside out and reinforce all of your stiches.
I decorated it with a little bracelet I had and an arrowhead I also had.
Sew an old belt or other strap onto it as a strap.
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I like this quiver you've made ^^,
Apparently people think it's better to just toss the rabbit skins away instead of use the whole animal that sound sooo much better *not*
Not following that logic but suuuuure...
If you hunt or breed rabbits for food then it's best to use all the materials. (i wouldn't go and buy skins but I do like to eat rabbits :P
how about making paper-mâchéd rabbit-pelts ?
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