Shale Leather can and is made from nearly any animal. Dressing edges Braid or plait an article out of leather, vinyl lace, or paracord. Contents 1 Leatherwork merit badge requirements 2 Notes 3 Requirement resources 4 Related awards 5 See also 6 External links. Applying dye or stain and finish to the project.
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Talk to your unit leader about your interests. Read the requirements of the merit badges you think might interest you, and pick one to earn see the merit badge list list and requirements below. Your leader will give you the name of a person from a list of counselors.
These individuals have special knowledge in their merit badge subjects and are interested in helping you. Scout Buddy System.
You must have another person with you at each meeting with the merit badge counselor. This person can be another Scout, your parents or guardian, a brother or sister, a relative, or a friend.
Call the Merit Badge Counselor. Get in touch with the merit badge counselor and explain that you want to earn the badge. The counselor may ask to meet you to explain what is expected and to start helping you meet the requirements. You should also discuss work you have already started or possibly completed. At the first meeting, you and your merit badge counselor will review and may start working on the requirements.
In some cases, you may share the work you have already started or completed. Unless otherwise specified, work on a requirement can be started at any time. Ask your counselor to help you learn the things you need to know or do. You should read the merit badge pamphlet on the subject.
Many troops, schools, and public libraries have them. See the list on the inside back cover. You are expected to meet the requirements as they are stated—no more and no less.
You must do exactly what is stated in the requirements. He need not start over again with the new pamphlet and revised requirements.
There is no time limit for starting and completing a merit badge, but all work must be completed when a Scout turns Show Your Stuff. When you are ready, call the counselor again to make an appointment. When you go, take along the things you have made to meet the requirements. If they are too big to move, take pictures or have an adult tell in writing what you have done.
The counselor will test you on each requirement to make sure you know your stuff and have done or can do the things required. You are expected to meet the requirements as they are stated. You are expected to do exactly what is stated in the requirements. If it says "show or demonstrate," that is what you must do. The same thing holds true for such words as "make," "list," "in the field," and "collect," "identify," and "label. When the counselor is satisfied you have met each requirement, he or she will sign your application.
Give the signed application to your unit leader so your merit badge emblem can be secured for you. Troop Specifics - Troop will purchase the merit badge pamphlets for all merit badges for Rank and Eagle required merit badges. In addition, Troop will purchase the merit badge pamphlet for one non-required badge, per year, per Scout.
All other selected merit badge pamphlets are to be purchased by the respective scout may be deducted from his Scout Account, if submitted for reimbursement to the Troop Committee and Treasurer.
Merit Badge Book Library