Wanting to make something to give to my brother-in law for Christmas this year I began searching the net looking for ideas. Since he is a hunter I wanted to make him something that he could use when out chasing some white tail, or at least something for hunting deer.
I came across Dave Canterbury's site http://thepathfinderschoolllc.com/ and he had made an archers quiver and I knew what I was going to make. In this "ible" I will show how I made mistakes, give pointers on how to not make mistakes, and end up with a very nice quiver if I do say so myself.
Step 1: Supplies
4" PVC pipe ($6 bucks at Menards)
1 yard of cloth material ($1.99 at Hobby Lobby)
Scraps of leather ($2.99 for a bag of remnants)
Leather strips ($4 bucks at Hobby Lobby)
Needle for sewing leather ($3 for a pack of 8 at Hobby Lobby)
Roll of sinuew ($4 dollars for a roll at Hobby Lobby)
Nylon belt (Free had it laying around for ages)
E-6000 Industrial Adhesive ($4 at Hobby Lobby)
Drill and drill bits
I'm sure I grabbed and used other tools and will try mention them as it hits me.