This case fits an iPhone 5 5C or 5S. Made from 9oz (3.5mm) and 4-5oz (1.7mm) thick leather and no lining. I hand-stitched the parts using orange waxed linen thread and finished it with mahogany dye and black edges.
Check out the time-lapse video of the making of a credit card wallet
In my quest to make a leather case for every possible thing I can find, I made this sleeve that fits 2 Fujifilm X100 spare batteries.
This is one of those test-cases. It might be bulky but it also feels like you can throw it around without ever damaging the phone!
As an added design element, I chose to hand-carve a piece of 1984 Macintosh history into the front.
Part of a 2 case set – this is similar to my other iPad cases but has no carving on the front and is dyed in a dark “mahogany” tone.
The largest iPad case I’ve made so far. It fits a US legal pad, 2 pens an iPad and some loose papers. Made entirely of Australian vegetable tanned leather.
My first try in making a messenger bag. No pattern, just freehand cutting. Large enough to fit a 15″ laptop with some room to spare.
This is the second version I made of a Fujifilm X100S half case. It’s a no-chimping leather case! The back screen is permanently covered so you spend less time peaking and more time shooting.