3:59 AM - Feb 13 #1 I’ve sewn leather but never big buckskin items. Since finally got enough ready to get started have a couple questions. For pants Plan is to use one hide per side put a seam on inside of the leg, rump at top, and neck at the bottom. Center of back will basically be running down center on outside of the leg. Optionally, an s-curve needle (or s-needle) with a cutting tip is also handy for sewing buckskin, and a good s-needle has a large enough eye to facilitate sewing with buckskin thong. Buckskin itself is a timeless material, utilized by our ancestors for thousands of years.
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