Friday, March 28, 2014

Open Top Pouch by Eric Ewing

This open top pouch was inspired by illustrations in "Sketches of Hunting Pouches, Powder Horns and Accoutrements of Southern Appalachia" by Jim Webb.  It is made from homespun fabric with a brown linen lining for extra strength and was treated with beeswax and linseed oil.  It measures 7.25" wide by 8" tall.  There is an antique bone button for closure and an adjustable leather strap.  The powder horn was made by Tim Crosby.  I made the small copper vent pick and 25 grain measure from cane.

Copy and photos supplied by Eric Ewing.

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