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Old 08-21-2006, 09:12 PM   #8
Gledanh Zhinga
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I have deer toes to define the diagonal line of my skin leggins. I didn't try to make them clack; I just think they look keen. About every 3", two holes were poked about 3/8" apart, a 9" leather string run thru from the inside leaving two equal lengths emerging. One deer toe is threaded on both strings and snugged up to the leggin, tied off with an overhand knot, hidden inside the toe. The two strings act as fringes, and each has a deer toe on the bottom. An overhand knot or a figure-eight knot works well.
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