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Finished up the quiver. It’s been unfinished for at least a year and this weekend finally saw some completion. It’s a time for closure on unfinished projects.
Believed to be a Yup’ik quiver, bowcase, bow, and arrows from the late 19th century. Click the image to learn more.
The next step to make these sticks into arrows is to fletch them. To make fletchings, good feathers must be selected. I am using some goose wing feathers given to me by a friend. I cut a template from Bristol … Continue reading
Arrows have been much on my mind lately after seeing how ratty some of mine have become. I was intending to start with a set of British longbow style arrows but having received some beautiful arrow bamboo (Pseudosasa japonica I … Continue reading