Learn the craft of powder horn making with special sections on embellishing the horn and making carrying straps.
Crazy Crow Trading Post
(American Indian Arts & Craft Supplies)
“There is no better resource for a craftsman looking to make an authentic, functional horn.”
The Pine Tree Shilling
(American Colonial History)
“One has to ask would this book live up to its title – the answer is a very big yes.”
Book Review by Paul C. Daiute
Learn to create beautiful, functional powder horns.
Over 275 color photos illustrate working, shaping, decorating, and finishing techniques. Historic and modern tools and equipment are introduced for inlays, engrailing, and scrimshaw.
Leather strap weaving and braiding methods are also provided for carrying the fiinished horn in an authentic fashion.
For inspiration, a photo gallery shows finished powder horns and a contact list includes the artists featured.
This 176-page book is filled with tips, techniques, and insights that both educate and demonstrate the steps to creating authentic and beautiful powder horns.
Over 275 color photos makes learning a snap!
Each book personally autographed by Jim Stevens.