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6 Card Whiskey Bifold Wallet

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Back again with another wallet. This was for my customers fathers birthday.                                           

Wallet is constructed of 1.5/2oz whiskey color buttero from RockyMountain. Stitched with dark brown twist brand .45mm waxed poly thread spaced at 3.38mm... I used fiebings brown dye on the edges instead of paint and the edges are finished with tokenole and a wax buff. Also I machined a custom stamp with my clients fathers initials. I only do this for people I know because I don’t have a stamp set yet and have to machine all the stamps at work.  ( don’t tell my boss ) lol

Pretty satisfied with the cleanliness and final outcome but I can see a few glue lines I wish I could have got to disappear and one stitch that somehow got messed up... but overall I am happy and so was my client...

what do you think ?

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That looks nice

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2 hours ago, fredk said:

That looks nice

Thank you !! I I kinda like it to..might have to get some more of this whiskey buttero :thumbsup: 

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I like that design.  I hope to try making one (I'm just starting leatherwork).

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On 6/1/2021 at 9:44 PM, Munday said:

I like that design.  I hope to try making one (I'm just starting leatherwork).

Lots of super resources on this forum.   Works best if you also contribute.   :rolleyes:

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Well done. Very clean details. I like how the thread, crease and edges match each other, with suble contrast to the leather color. This wallet will just look better and better with patina. 

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