I decided to make my archery quiver a three-point restraint system so it would hug my body better and not slide around. I saw a couple of these designs online.
It attaches at the top of the quiver, then it goes over my shoulder to my chest. Then it splits off to two directions. One strap goes under my other arm and down to the bottom of the quiver, and the other goes under the other arm and again down to the bottom of the quiver.
The rings allow the leather straps to move some and not pinch or bind.
It feels pretty secure. I jammed some cloth in the quiver around the arrows to keep them from moving around too much.
The three point system feels nice and secure. I added buckles and straps so I could make it adjustable, and metal rings at connection points to make it sit better without binding.
I really like how it came out. Of course, it is brand new, just finished today, but carefully distressed to make it look old and worn.
Go ahead, make a mess, make a quiver, have some fun.