Introduction: How to Make Leather Long Wallet

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The finished size is about: 6.9" x 3.9" x 0.8" (17.5cm x 10cm x 2cm).


Hardware: 38mm Concho button x1, 201 snap x1, 40cm No.3 zipper x1, No.3 slider x2.

Leather: We advice 1.0mm (2.5oz) leather, size 30cm x 60cm.

Tools: If you are a new leather player, try to considerate to have tool kit here:

Step 1: Let Me Show You How to Make a Zipper.

Step 2: Cut All Leather Pieces Use Pattern.

Step 3: Punch Stitching Holes on Inner Pouch, and Take Out 2 Pieces of Gusset.

Step 4: Fold the Inner Pouch, and Later Will Sew 2 Gussets on It, But First We Should Punch Stitching Lines on Gussets.

Step 5: Glue Zipper on Zipper Hole and Sew It, the Zipper Should Be 2cm Longer Than Zipper Hole.

Step 6: Now We Prepare to Show Back Gusset on Surface Leather, Punch Stitching Holes.

Step 7: Glue Gusset On.

Step 8: Glue Zipper On.

Step 9: Sew Zipper and Gusset Along Stitching Holes.

Step 10: Punch Holes on Gusset Connect Leather.

Step 11: Sew Gusset With Gusset Connect Leather.

Step 12: Fold Gusset Connect Leather and Sew Them Together on the Other Side.

Step 13: Fold Inner Pouch and Sew Along Bottom Stitching Line.

Step 14: Now We Fold Gusset and Sew It on Inner Pouch's Edge, Look at the Pictures Carefully.

Step 15: Draw Stitching Lines Along Surface Leather.

Step 16: Install 201 Snaps.

Install eyelet and stud together, Concho button and socket together. Here please notice: Please ONLY install eyelet and stud together firstly, we install concho button and socket later, because concho button will get through both surface and lining leather.

Step 17: ​Gluesurface and Lining Together.

You should fold the surface and glue the lining, here is a very important skill "Bending glue", that means a short lining than surface will make the wallet bend naturally, I designed the lining shorter than surface, so you should glue and bend gradually, until the edge of lining and surface align neatly, then you get a nature bending wallet.

Step 18: Punch Stitching Lines From Surface to Lining.

After "blending glue", when you unfold the wallet, you will see it is not flat. Punch chisel from surface to lining.

Step 19: Sew Gussets On, and Install Concho and Socket Snap. the Wallet Is Finished.

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