This open-top pouch is made from several different antique fabrics. The coverlet strap is backed with cowhide and trimmed with bark-tanned deer hide. Hemp rope is used to attach the strap to the pouch and is left long for attachment of a powder horn and other items. The exterior layer of the pouch has woven repairs and is tin-clothed. There is an antique bone button for closure.
Copy and photos supplied by Eric Ewing.