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post #31 of 428
if you can make this one-piece leather wallet that would be sick



got this hand-work from a bazaar in a far off place
post #32 of 428
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Very glad that more people are posting their handmade stuff here for showcasing. Here is some Veg Tan wallet collection. Done by Illusion from Obbi Good Label, another in-house designer and craftsman.
Detail pics on my blog.



post #33 of 428
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Guys, I recieved some new leathers this week, and completed some leather stuff, here it is,

Veg Tan wallet rope rein, with dark cherry leather used as tie-up.


Hip Medicine Pouch, simple in making, not much tools used, no adhesive, no stitchings.


Veg Tan Belt, 10 ounce


Vintage Brown Purse (female trucker, very thick!


Vintage Brown Wallet (male trucker, same thick leather)


Bi-fold with wallet chain


Jane Veg Tan with wallet chain
post #34 of 428
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Veg Tan Belt, 10 ounce


i really like this one. nice work on all the stuff
post #35 of 428
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Very glad that more people are posting their handmade stuff here for showcasing. Here is some Veg Tan wallet collection. Done by Illusion from Obbi Good Label, another in-house designer and craftsman.


how much would the 3rd wallet [on horsehide] cost? i, particularly, don't like thick wallets [hence the horsehide leather] .... zippered [coin] pocket has to go, as well. tho' your slit-type card holder is much cleaner [and prolly less bulkier] than the overlapping ones in my photo. some nice contrast leather or fabric [prints or solids] lining would be great to jazz it up a bit


i wear my wallet on the left backpocket, so i flipped the image.
post #36 of 428
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how much would the 3rd wallet [on horsehide] cost? i, particularly, don't like thick wallets [hence the horsehide leather] .... zippered [coin] pocket has to go, as well. tho' your slit-type card holder is much cleaner [and prolly less bulkier] than the overlapping ones in my photo. some nice contrast leather or fabric [prints or solids] lining would be great to jazz it up a bit


i wear my wallet on the left backpocket, so i flipped the image.

IIIrd Icon, u also in mynudies? Your name so familiar...
Anyway, thanks for your advice
The 3rd wallet is a mixture of Veg Tan and Cowhide leather as trim, the prices are on my blogsite.

I'm more frequent at mynudies tho, seeya there too.
post #37 of 428
Some evo pics of a card case that I made almost exactly one year ago. Photos are new, 6 mo, 12 mo.
post #38 of 428
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Nice, zissou! Obviously, the colour darken and I can see that the leather become more shiny and texture smoother. Damn! the threads....its colour contrast with the veg tan is so good, after aging.
post #39 of 428
zissou that card is awesome...you should make and sell me one of those
post #40 of 428
Thanks, guys. It's pretty much perfect for the 4-5 cards I carry on a daily basis. KBW- that could be arranged
post #41 of 428
damn i dont know what is happening to my posts. anyhow, zissou, how long have you been doing leatherwork? what tools did you use for the flap wallet?
post #42 of 428
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damn i dont know what is happening to my posts. anyhow, zissou, how long have you been doing leatherwork? what tools did you use for the flap wallet?

+1

I'm really interested in trying something like this myself but can't seem to find much info on the web. Thanks
post #43 of 428
I replied over in the wallet thread...
post #44 of 428
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Finally, made my dark cherry and veg tan reversible belt, with veg buckle.



post #45 of 428
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Finally, made my dark cherry and veg tan reversible belt, with veg buckle.




That looks really great!
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