Just the other day, I was at Walmart and thought to myself, "You know, I could really use a good yoyo holster." So, knowing that one could be made of paracord, I decided to pick some up thinking "How hard could it be." Turns out, it was even easier than I expected.
After having some success in making yoyo holsters, I thought, "Why not make a Kendama holster, I've always wanted one of those." And so I did. And the result, should there be enough interest, I may be able to make available to more than just myself.
What I'm asking is,
1) If you would be interested in buying one of these, and
2) How much you would expect to pay for something like this.
Here are some pics of both the Kendama and yoyo holsters,
Kendama holster front view,
Kendama holster back view,
To release the Kendama from the holster, one simply slides the knot on the tama towards the clip, thus loosening the holster.
I could also, instead of having that big thick "X", just use a knot, much like the one on top, to hold the cross in the front in place, thus significantly reducing the amount of materials used.
Any comments, questions, or concerns would be much appreciated.