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This instructable is about how to create a simple and nice leather bracelet.

It was the first time I worked with leather, so I decided to create a leather bracelet because it is simple and doesn't require a lot of time or money. I also have other projects using leather, it's why I bought a couple of special tools, but you can do without. Just be creative and have fun !

 
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Step 1: Tools and materials

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- A small piece of leather - I used leather offcuts because it’s very cheap (around 2€ in France)

- Transparent glue (I used an old one I found in a drawer, initially for plastic, but any other type will be ok).

- Scissors

(From left to right on the picture)

- Two needles and solid thread (mind was linen thread)

- Awl to drill holes for the thread, or anything else with a point around two times the size of your thread

- Wing divider to mark the location of the holes. You can do without, it just help to obtain a regular sewing. I’ve heard that you also can do that with a fork, but I never tried.

Step 2: Prepare design and draw on the leather

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I always make a fast drawing of what I want to make, just to be sure that I’m not forgetting anything, and to avoid size problems. But in this case, I did it more because of the habits than because I needed it.

I started by drawing the forms on the leather. Because it was just rectangular forms, I didn’t make patterns, I just took a set square and a rule.

Step 3: Cutt

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The leather was around 0.03 inches of thickness, so I used scissors to cut it. Now when I cut thicker leathers, I use a knife and a rule, but for small pieces, I think scissors are more precise.

Soup Sammich4 months ago

its prigweat

sabu.dawdy5 months ago

very neat. and I love the way u sew it. happyyy...

hunter9995 months ago

Wow, this is very nice and neat!! :D If you want me to check through this, send me a PM - I will be happy to help! :-)