I made this wallet based on the one seen in the movie and matched up the number of stitching holes as well as the general design and style.
Check out the time-lapse video of the making of a credit card wallet
Made from a single piece of vegetable tanned leather, this wallet is about simplicity and compact size. Small enough to fit into a small front pocket. The cards become part of the structure that holds them inside the wallet and … Continued
I made this credit card wallet yesterday using vegetable tanned leather, chocolate dye and rainbow coloured waxed thread.
This iPhone 5 case has slots for about 8 cards is made from thick vegetable tanned leather. Each layer is hand cut, dyed, moulded and hand stitched using a multi-coloured thread. I also slightly distressed the leather. It’s the first … Continued
This wallet is a slight variation on the normal design with an added card slot on the inside, bringing the total number of card slots up to 3. If you’re interested in the “making-of” and would like to make one … Continued
Here’s a recent wallet I finished. It’s done in Whiskey with red thread. Check out the complete tutorial if you want to make one yourself or go here to order one that I can make for you.
This wallet is based on my first leather hard case with an added slot for up to 4 or 5 cards. Everything is made by hand.
I have used a similar design for many months and this is the refined version using thick vegetable tanned leather. The black parts are hand dyed and finished using high quality oils but I left the sides raw and they … Continued
I recently finished the revision 2 of my iPhone flip wallet design and this time it uses a stack of thick leather to build up the sides of the wallet, giving it rigidity and a very solid feel.
The photo above shows the leather iPhone4 wallet I made just under 2 months ago. I’ve used it every day and exposing it to the harsh Australian sun as well as all kinds of food/drink spills and other every day … Continued
My first test-design for a wallet to see how it works in everyday life and to see how it ages. 2 months of daily use made the leather significantly darker already but the seams and overall appearance is still rock-solid! … Continued