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How to: Make a Buckskin Possibles Pouch

Category: Shelter / Difficulty Level: 1
Posted: 2017-02-16 12:35:32
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Here is a buckskin possibles bag sewn together with buckskin cordage, deer hair tassels, and a cattail stalk button.

A "possibles bag" was carried in which they carried everything that could possibly be needed for the day: black powder, powder measure, flint and steel, lead balls and patch, a patch knife, and a skinning knife, as well as other personal items.

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