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  • Tuachan
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    twisted leather fringe link

    http://www.nocbay.com/learningcircle...0fringeWeb.pdf

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  • kiowakat
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    how much do you need? ....i can make fringe...i have brain tan hides.

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  • Furiously-Fancy
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    Let BEG wear the plain straight fringe for yuz......it will be twisted in no time!!!

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by WocusWoman
    Paul, it's very easy to do this yourself, and much more cost effective.
    I know, what I was looking for is the real thin stuff.

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  • morningstar
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    Noc Trading Company sells some
    www.nocbay.com/

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  • redstone_on_warpath
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    great tips all i do when i make my medicine bag fringe(golden leather) is jus get a damp sponge and twist my fringe wit my fingers and i get a nice drk brown fringe it is knotted and rough lookin but i like it that way it gives it age and charcater plus it gives it a rugged look. but thats not what u wanna do to feather fan fringe they told u good tips

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  • OLChemist
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    Paul,

    Be careful, there are outfits out there that sell really cheesy twisted fringe. (You ought to see some of the stuff for sale at powwows down here -- saw some that looked like tobacco juice stained vinyl.) I'd buy from someone you know does artwork themselves and will make good stuff.

    If you decide to make it yourself, there are some tricks that can make it easier. I make mine in big batches and my hands get tired. So I made some tools that help make big batches go faster. I carved the end a wooden spring clothespin to fit the chuck of my electric screwdriver. Clip one end of the fringe to a table with another clothespin and put the other end in the clothespin in the screwdriver. Puch the button and zip. I screwed a brass cup hook into a nice heavy stick. Before I take the tnesion off the fringe and let it twist, I hang the stick over the fringe. It gives you a handle to keep the fringe from twisting prematurely and it serves as a weight to keep the fringe from kinking as it twists.

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  • WocusWoman
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    Paul, it's very easy to do this yourself, and much more cost effective.

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  • redstone_on_warpath
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    i think www.crazycrow.com sells twisted leather fringe for their fanf and fan kits it seemed fairly cheap.

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  • powwowbum49
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    Webby

    Drop me an email and let me know what you are looking for exactly. I make and sell twisted fringe for fans. That or just give me a call.

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  • Paul G
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    Yes, looking for some place that sells twisted fringe.

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  • contemptradish
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    you mean to buy the fringe?

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  • Paul G
    started a topic Twisted Fringe

    Twisted Fringe

    I'm looking for a source for good twisted fringe for fans.

    Anybody know of one?

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