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« on: September 27, 2007 11:25:54 PM »

I think it would be kinda neat to make a bag incorporating some things like the turtle shell, or skunk pelt, or the quills, but I'm really not sure how to go about doing that.

Any thoughts or ideas
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« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2007 11:40:45 PM »

That's pretty cool!

Personally I wouldn't recommend using the turtle shell-- I have one that broke being knocked off a chair (about 2 feet off the ground) so it wouldn't be very practical for a bag you plan on using.

The quills could be really cool, some Native Americans use them like beads to decorate things:
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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2007 02:29:09 AM »

Oh pretty designs.
I'm actually sad to hear the turtle shells break so easily. There goes my hopes..oh well.
Anyway thanks for the ideas for using the quills.
« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2007 11:29:16 AM »

wow, do these people state anywhere how they acquire all this stuff? I searched their website and was so surprised to see that they don't say that it's all legit,...
anyway, I would strongly suggest you get your hands on some porcupine quills before you buy them.. (I'm assuming you're planning to order online?) because I bought some before and the smell is putrid!! REALLY.. I could not handle how disgusting they smelled. But I don't know, maybe if they were out in the air (I bought them in a plastic sealed box) they might not smell anymore. But also, I don't know about making any kind of purse out of them becase the ones I had at least were SO sharp. and it really really hurt to get pricked by one.
Then again, the ones on the website look much larger than the ones I had... yet..these quills are meant to be a self defense tool, so they're probably all too sharp for a purse. ?? Just my 2 cents!
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