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    Posted a message a couple of weeks ago about trying to find UK Leash without the cost of Time and big cost of Postage (especially from the USA) eg: cost of Leash £8 roughly then postage was £15. Didn’t get any response so decided to make my own. Remember I am Male and not used to any needle work. With a little help for what I needed off the owner of Shop, made Leash in less that an hour, could have been done in ten minutes if I was up to it. It cost me £8 for everything and now have everything if i needed to make another, except for more strapping. Not everyone needs or wants a Leash but if you do….. Do It Yourself.


    If you don’t mind me asking, how did you make yours?


    I saw this post and grabbed a strap from an old unused camera bag. It work pretty nicely. Adjustable and all: Ukulele Leash

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