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  1. I made a bi-fold card wallet I used an Italian vegetable leather and worked for an hour If you're tired of heavy wallets, give it a try =) → Pattern & Making clip Thanks !
  2. Long Wallet with Zipper

    Hey Looking for all the help I can get on this one. Never made a long wallet before so I took to instagram for some inspiration... @from_one_leather See below for some pictures. The last image is a similar wallet by the same person, but it is the zipper in the middle for coins that I am particularly interested in. Any idea how it is done? I've never worked with zippers before. also, with the first image, how do you think the insert for the strap is sewed into the piece? Any other insights would be great. Sam
  3. Hello, so when making a bi-fold, usually I have two find pieces for the final stitch. One has all the card slots and coin pockets on it and the other is just a slightly bigger piece of leather that is used as the back piece where the notes go. Does anyone have a good method for stitching these two together? As one is bigger than the other, I end up using a lot of clips and glue to hold it together as I sew. You know how there is that small gap at the bottom of the wallet? sam
  4. Hello folks! I bring my first wallet to them to see. I made it from scratch with measurements and shapes that I designed. You can criticize if you wish. next time I will try to get a more natural leather and a little thicker than this that is 1.3 mm thick. I still do not finish it but I will publish some photos to update. Thank you!
  5. Just finished this one for a coworker happens to be a die hard cowboys fan if you can’t tell. First themed item I’ve done. I’m pretty happy with the results. Let me know what y’all think. Love feedback and constructive critique.
  6. Wallet Edges

    If you could describe this possible stitching/edging procedure, what do you think it is? sam
  7. I received my first Horween leather yesterday from A A Crack so I had to quickly try it out. I am very impressed with the quality and with how easy it was to work with. Almost all of my previous work has been done with veg tan that I have dyed myself so it was a refreshing change to just pick up some leather cut it out and stitch. I’m worried though that I already thinking I need more Any tips on finishing horween does your final product need any conditioning etc? Normally I would finish my other veg tan products with resoline or carnauba cream or just some leather conditioner such as sedgwicks.
  8. Police badge wallets only come in the standard "tactical" black so I decided to make this blue line one for myself. Still a novice but I'm having fun making stuff. Now i'm getting all sorts of requests from friends at work.........
  9. Just finishing up this Elephant billfold. I purchased the elephant from a guy who was closing up his shop. Great color and texture. The interior is fully lined with black French goat, hand stitched with .45mm Golden Ochre Amy Roke linen thread, edges are creased and painted with Fenice.
  10. This was a fun little wallet to make. My customer requested this specific geometric design and I had to make a tool to work with a stamp I already had to make the design work. He also wanted more credit card capacity in it so I came up with a pocket design that gave him multiple slots on each side. In the end I really liked how the outside design looked and I think it worked out pretty well.
  11. Hi everyone, I need some opinions. The top picture is my new project. This is my fourth wallet ever and I’m really happy with how the design turned out. Still of course working on my stamping but who isn’t. So now im at the dying phase and I’m a little stuck cause I don’t want to ruin it. I’m going to antique it but I definitely want to highlight the fish. Maybe even add colour? So I need opinions. What would you block, where and why? Also I need help to get my dying look more consistent. I’ll put some examples of my previous work so you know where I’m at. I he first pic is my project. The last colourful one was done all in dye... except the white of course. I have a hard time not complicating things. It’s like if I’m not striving to be professional why am I doing this at all.
  12. My First wallet

    So this is the first wallet I’ve made. Any suggestions as to how to get the dye more even and how to get the basket weave straighter( I seem to struggle with that). Well and any help I could get would be great
  13. My First wallet

    So this is the first wallet I’ve made. Any suggestions as to how to get the dye more even and how to get the basket weave straighter( I seem to struggle with that). Well and any help I could get would be great
  14. This is the last wallet I made yesterday. Was inspired by all the float planes flying by at my summer job on the port.
  15. This is a practice piece, looking closely at patterning, and stitching. And it's green -- because I wanted to use some of my nice Angelus green dye and some Forest Green linen thread. My brother-in-law is a Green Lantern fan, so he gets first crack at it, but if he doesn't want it, I'll find another home for it. I learned some important things with this project: 1) I get straighter stitch lines if I don't try to make holes in all three layers at once. I laid out the lines and (using my 3 mm stitching chisel) made the holes on the top layer only, then I marked the ends of the next line on the next layer down. I then made a nice straight line going from one set of marks to the next, and then made holes along that line. Same for third layer. 2) Make the inner piece slightly bigger than I plan for, because trimming to fit is better than trying to get it exactly right. 3) cutting card slot pieces is exacting work. 4) skive, skive, skive!
  16. Samurai wallet

    Here's a work in progress--- this is the outside of a wallet, using a historical woodcut as a design. The dyes are Fiebing USMC Black, Fiebing Red, Angelus Tan, Fiebing White. I like how woodcuts translate to leather. I was also pleased by how the white turned out -- it looks antique here.
  17. Hello All, This is came from a template provided by Tboyce. I downloaded the revised version of the biker wallet, went to FedEx office to get it printed. I had them put it on 24 in X 36 in paper though there was quite a bit of excess paper at the bottom. I don't know what paper sizes they have though so maybe that's the only size to print on. I really like the template! The only issue I really ran into was in the card slots. The cards are really hard to push in and pull out, but I really think this is an issue with the waxed polyester thread I'm using from Tandy Leather. It might be a little to thick in diameter and a little too waxed. I've had a similar experience with other wallets I've made. So I would suggest to go with a non waxed or perhaps a thinner diameter thread. I've been wanting to try a new thread but haven't found a good cheaper price tag. I want to try Ritza Tiger thread but that's pretty pricey for me, so if anyone has a suggestion to try out I'd love to hear it! Also, I always have trouble with beveling thinner weight leathers. Does anyone have a tip or trick to do get a nice clean bevel? I've tried holding it down with a ruler but it still seems to push the leather at times. Yes I probably need to sharpen it better and I'm trying but I still haven't quite figured out sharpening anything well enough. Yes I know this is the show off section but I am always open to critiques to help me improve my skills, so if you see something feel free to say it, please! Anyways here is my version of this wallet:
  18. Here is another wallet I just finished for my brother's 18th birthday (today). It is stingray and pigskin. Comments/critique are welcome. Thanks for looking! -Ryan
  19. Here is a recent creation of mine for a friend. She is moving away and asked if I could make her a billfold. She said if I could possibly carve a silhouette of a horse, that would be great... and of course when someone is easy to please and doesn't want you to go through a lot of trouble, it just makes you want to go all out on it. And I happen to know she really likes duns and buckskins. The veg tan is 4 oz belly and the lining is pigskin. It is machine stitched. I tried something new in my stamping by spacing my camouflage a little more and then adding a seeder dot in between them. I actually think it looks pretty good that way. Any questions? Comments/critique are always welcome. Thanks for looking! -Ryan
  20. I wanted to do bifold wallet for a while , so when customer contacted me I know what to do. Customer didn't wanted a coin pocket, but on next one I will put zipper pocket for coins. And video:
  21. Hi everybody,I was working last couple days on this project, minimalistic stitchless wallet, I call it "The adapter" because it adapts to number of cards or cash that you put inside, it can hold single card safely or 12 cards and 40 bills like in video.
  22. Here's a couple of pics of recent projects. Enjoy and as always, comments are welcome. The wallet is what led me into making the skiving knife that I recently posted. Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures of the wallet interior and rolled edges. all of the carving for the set was done with this . I'm sure some of you will recall it is one of my homemade swivel knives which has become my recent favorite .