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  1. What do you use to sew wallets, purses, and the like. Please use a simple answer and not a long winded response I need to know the machine and model number, needle size, thread size, and clearance I’m told if I get real answers my puppy won’t pee on my rug
  2. We are custom designers and craftsman of baseball glove leather items such as wallets, purses, bags, etc. Our main focus is wallets. We need a craftsman that can layout and hand stitch these wallets. We provide everything you need. You can do just finish stitching ....to complete design based on what you are comfortable doing. We are a small family operation that sells exclusively online. My partner, (sister), wants to slow down and we have built a large following online. We also do custom glove to wallet orders as well. You can work at your own pace and do as much or as little as you want. Quality of craftsmanship is our number one priority so experience is a must. We are willing to pay according the work you do on a piece by piece basis. I am a new member here so help me out if I break the rules unknowingly. Best thing would be to contact me and we can have a conversation on the phone about what you would like to do. Our website is whenitwasagame.org and you can see what we do there. I don't care where you are located or where you work from as long as we can count on you to do what you tell us you're goin to do. Looking forward to hearing from creative people that love doing quality work. Thanks... My Name is Les
  3. Brand new to my store page is an acrylic template for a beautiful long wallet pattern. The template comes complete with the 6 individual pieces pictured, and will help you produce a beautiful, yet functional long wallet. Each template piece has been laser etched describing its function to help simplify order of operations. The template will help you produce a wallet that features:A slim 7.5" x 3.5"design when foldedA left panel that features 5 hidden card slots, and one standard pocketA right panel that includes a bill pocket, receipt pocket and two card pockets. Leatherworker.com users can get 15% off by using the promo coded “insta” at check out. Click the following link to be routed to my etsy page: Smithleatherco Etsy Happy Leather Crafting, Mark
  4. After learning to make stuff a few mo the ago for my brother’s birthday, I decided I’d use my new hobby for some more gifts. Some card holders, a simple belt, a valet, and a big wallet later I’m loving the craft. The big wallet edges and corners aren’t finished in this pic.
  5. Hello everyone. I have a some orders for wallets with an Id window/slot. I had used some clear vinyl before, but I wonder if there is anything pre-made out there . Maybe with the slots cut into them for easy extraction? Thanks Don
  6. Ill just get right to it. First.. if I am using an 8-9 Herman Oak veg tan leather, dyed with pro dye, do I need to also apply neetsfoot? Usually my process goes: Dip Pro dye, neetsfoot, leather balm (with atom wax) and then beeswax I have tried resolene, but didn’t research well and tried to apply straight out of the bottle. Knowing now, it needs to be diluted. On my wallets I used the same process, but with the leather balm, it actually pulled out an oily color after it dried. That is on 2-3 oz kipskin from Weaver. Second.. I have a real problem with dye rubbing off onto cash and cards with the wallets. Is it because it is kipskin? Tonight I tried applying leather sheen to the flesh side to prevent that from happening. Before that, I have tried rubbing until my arm is numb with little difference. Also, on the holsters, would I use the same technique as on a wallets flesh side to prevent bleeding? My main concern is the inconsistency. And then the amount of time I spend appying the leather balm, especially if it has no real benefit to these projects. Ideally, if I could get away using just the pro dye and beeswax, it would be great, but I’m not sure if that is okay? Thank you in advance! Frank
  7. Hi I own a small UK brand, and I'm looking for someone to produce wallets and cardholders in England. The wallets etc are to be machine stitched, used a heavyweight thread (ticket 10), and must be produced to a high quality. Press knives, leather and thread will be provided by ourselves. If anyone has interest in this, and can help, please get in touch. Many thanks
  8. Hi all, I'm currently searching for a source of vegetable leather for wallets and belts. I need 2-3 oz for the wallets and I'd prefer 10 oz for the belts. I've found some places that have sides of 10 oz for around $230, but I'm just a beginner and although I'd like a full side for belting, this is out of my price range. I've also been able to find 2-3oz shoulders and remnants but I've been unable to find a full side yet. If anyone can point me in the right direction here it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Sam
  9. Hello everyone, Recently I have been exploring long wallets and upon examining my wife's wallet (can't remember the brand but it cost her (me) a wopping $700) I found that the largest piece of the wallet, the exterior cover, is only glued on the outer rim so the two pieces are floating against each other in the middle. What does everyone do when making a long wallet here? Recently I made a mock long wallet and glued the whole piece, but I could see it coming apart over time and being uneven. I know Equus leather seems to glue the whole piece, at least from video footage. Also, could the same floating principle be applied to bifolds? Sam
  10. Hello, Went to a store today that had really nice wallet edges that were painted with an alcohol or oil dye instead of edge paint. They looked really good so I want to try to replicate it. Does anyone have any recommendations, maybe Fiebings, for a dye to use on edges? I'm really confused about the difference between alcohol/oil as well as this pro dye Fiebings has. Also, how do I seal the leather after it is all done? Resolene? Are there any other products? Is Tokonole the same? So confused... Regards, Sam
  11. Alright, hello, and thank you to anyone who can point me in the right direction. So, recently I have started working with leather and I just want to master making wallets, but I'm confused as to how people do card slots. I've been following some people on Instagram and have been inspired by their work - Maybe someone could tell me how they do their card slots? Here are the examples I'm looking at: So judging by the stitching around the card slots, I believe that each slot has been cut so that each piece can line up with each other where I assume there is only two layers on the edge, a back and all the card slots lined up. Here's a T-slot! So, at this point I'm thinking, OK - Make T-slots, easy... But when I made a wallet there were "tightness" issues where the card slots at the back worked fine, but the card slots at the front were very tight - SO, do people make different sized card slots for the first, second, third and fourth card slot? Another side note, Mattnudi from this T-slot photo told me that he glues two pieces of leather together 0.5m leather x 2. IS this common practice as well?! Right moving on... Here's my biggest confusion.... So obviously this wallet is layered and T-slots are not used. I wonder if their are two pieces of leather glued together for each slot as well. Anyway, I have big problems with T-slots and whether they should all be the same measurements, and if so how do I avoid tight card slots? And how can I make non-t-slots viable without super ugly edges? Was going to include edge tips as well in this - Anyone know a good edge paint product? Sam
  12. I'm new to leatherwork. I'm looking for a glue I can use to stick leather pieces together so I can stitch them perfectly without all the parts moving around. Are there any glues I can use that can only stick temporarily And won't destroy my leather when I try to make my wallets. Thank you so much!
  13. Alright, hello, and thank you to anyone who can point me in the right direction. So, recently I have started working with leather and I just want to master making wallets, but I'm confused as to how people do card slots. I've been following some people on Instagram and have been inspired by their work - Maybe someone could tell me how they do their card slots? Here are the examples I'm looking at: So judging by the stitching around the card slots, I believe that each slot has been cut so that each piece can line up with each other where I assume there is only two layers on the edge, a back and all the card slots lined up. Here's a T-slot! So, at this point I'm thinking, OK - Make T-slots, easy... But when I made a wallet there were "tightness" issues where the card slots at the back worked fine, but the card slots at the front were very tight - SO, do people make different sized card slots for the first, second, third and fourth card slot? Another side note, Mattnudi from this T-slot photo told me that he glues two pieces of leather together 0.5m leather x 2. IS this common practice as well?! Right moving on... Here's my biggest confusion.... So obviously this wallet is layered and T-slots are not used. I wonder if their are two pieces of leather glued together for each slot as well. Anyway, I have big problems with T-slots and whether they should all be the same measurements, and if so how do I avoid tight card slots? And how can I make non-t-slots viable without super ugly edges? Was going to include edge tips as well in this - Anyone know a good edge paint product? Sam
  14. Hi all, I'm currently searching for a source of vegetable leather for wallets and belts. I need 2-3 oz for the wallets and I'd prefer 10 oz for the belts. I've found some places that have sides of 10 oz for around $230, but I'm just a beginner and although I'd like a full side for belting, this is out of my price range. I've also been able to find 2-3oz shoulders and remnants but I've been unable to find a full side yet. If anyone can point me in the right direction here it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Sam
  15. There's a wallet that I made real quick I seen one and I decided to try it to see how the pattern actually turned out and how it holds out. The white stitching got muddy as it always does using Tandy thread. Yes I realize that is too large but that's okay. Also in the first picture are all of the handmade tools that I used in making the wallet the only thing not included was my new stitching horse. I found that the wallet will accommodate 6 cards and plenty of bills. if the pattern looks familiar it is although it is a combination of two different styles. Hopefully no one will be offended by it. is a picture or two of the muddy stitching no matter what I have tried this thread that I'm using always goes muddy. Yes I have added extra length to the thread to try to avoid that also sealing the Finish etc etc..
  16. Hi everyone, I have been browsing this forum for a while now, so thought I would post photos of these wallets and other stuff I have made. I have been doing leatherwork for about a year now and hope to get better at it. There is so much to learn, so thanks for all the posts I read here, I see some amazing work.
  17. Hello All, I'm a newbie to leather, l started introducing leather on my waxed canvas bags and l'm hooked. It's a great (but expensive) medium to work with so l have started to make some small accessory products and one bag but hoping to one day have learnt enough about processes and leather to start making a small collection of bags. Fingers crossed.
  18. I've just had a delivery of some lovely pigskin suede (suede both sides. It's beautiful and soft, I cant imagine a material that would feel better for lining wallets. My question is that I'm a bit paranoid that the edges of the suede will fray or go fuzzy over time? Will this happen or will the suede hold its shape? Do I need to do something like put glue on the top of the edges or treat them somehow or will it just hold its shape? Also when I burnish the leather edges wil this affect the suede as the burnishing tool may come into contact with it? Thanks for any advice :-)
  19. I am making some credit card wallets. Can someone show how to sew & install, credit card slot linings.They are made from lining material.
  20. Hi I'm just about to make my first belts and wallets to get me started. I was wondering about wallet edges. Whilst I like the rustic look with bevelled edges / painted edges do you think most customers prefer folded edges? (So the edge isn't exposed if you know what I mean)
  21. Hello, everyone! My name is Anton, and I'm from the Kiev, Ukraine. I just wanted to say thanks to this forum and all of you for the great information. I've been reading forum for couple of years (without registration). Here is some of my works. I love bags, briefcases, satchels, good leather wallets and so on... And personal site: http://antonragozin.com/ (russian language)
  22. Hey guys, im going to start making some wallets and have a question on thread. I'm going to buy some Hermann oak veg tan and machine stitch some card holders. I have a consew 206rb. I'm wanting to get 138 thread in a natural color to go along with the color of the vegtan, but so far I've only been finding poly and not nylon (in natural color). I've read what they're both used best for, but I just want to know that my consew can in fact sew out poly?? Also, can natural poly thread hold dye? I'll be doing some patinas eventually as well. Also, does anyone have tips on how I can make sure my stitches look good on the back as well as the front? I've never sewn anything over v69. Pic is for reference, it's not my work, just the finish I'll be looking for! Thanks!
  23. Since I started wallet-making, I've only designed one style for women's wallets; here are the last two that I've made:
  24. Having issues getting thin leather that I can skive the flesh side. While making the interior of a wallet I want to roll the leather under for a finished look.
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