Thanks Thanks:  0
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 14
  1. #1

    Please login to view user info

    Leader Lanyard making instructions


  2. #2
    If I'm wrong then please accept my apologies but why would a Bangladesh company that makes t-shirts want to know how to make a BDM-Lanyard?

  3. #3
    LOL..... i guess they want to branch out.
    C`mon Garry, be friendly..... the Lanyard was die-stamped, using a special process that gave it that woven look. The length would vary according to the width of the Girls shoulders. (Whether she worn Shoulder-pads or not would also need to be taken into consideration)

    A quick Check on Alibaba, brings up Hundreds of Paki, Bangla and Injun makers of this stuff
    http://www.alibaba.com/countrysearch...rman-wwii.html
    Last edited by Jo Rivett; 29th June 2011 at 08:15 AM.

  4. #4

    Please login to view user info
    They weren't die-forged?

    Quote Originally Posted by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    LOL..... i guess they want to branch out.
    C`mon Garry, be friendly..... the Lanyard was die-stamped, using a special process that gave it that woven look. The length would vary according to the width of the Girls shoulders. (Whether she worn Shoulder-pads or not would also need to be taken into consideration)

    A quick Check on Alibaba, brings up Hundreds of Paki, Bangla and Injun makers of this stuff
    Pakistan German Wwii, Pakistan German Wwii Manufacturers, Pakistan German Wwii Suppliers and Companies on Alibaba.com

  5. #5
    hehe :)

  6. #6
    I didn't think that would catch anyone, let alone you Toby....

  7. #7

    Please login to view user info
    Quote Originally Posted by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    I didn't think that would catch anyone, let alone you Toby....
    I have period photos of the manufacturing process Jo.

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by TobyR View Post
    I have period photos of the manufacturing process Jo.
    Probably not a good idea to post them just yet, until the Original posters intentions become clear.
    We made all this kinda stuff when i was in the Army to pass time, the Hit was the HJ-like scarf knot, which i could never get right.
    The trend back then, was to make a huge knot, the size of a golf ball, and leave long bits of leather cord so it could be swung, then whack a sleeping friend in the Jollies with it.

  9. #9

    Please login to view user info
    Quote Originally Posted by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    The trend back then, was to make a huge knot, the size of a golf ball, and leave long bits of leather cord so it could be swung, then whack a sleeping friend in the Jollies with it.
    brings to mind the snooker ball in a sock gag.

  10. #10

    Please login to view user info
    I dont know what company your talking about but I am not a bangladash company. I am just a WWII reenactor with a small reproduction clothing company. How did they measure to get to the length needed?

Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

HJ-Research, the Hitler Youth Militaria Collector Forum
Copyright © HJ-Research.com 2009 -
Web Hosting by Vidahost "Hosting for Life"