How to Make a Cool Leather Waist Bag

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Introduction: How to Make a Cool Leather Waist Bag

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How to make a cool leather waist bag out of leather. Leather material gives it a more luxurious feel.

Step 1: Prepare the Template

Prepare the template that is larger than the actual size of the thing.

Step 2: Cut Out the Leather

Cut out the leather with a leather cutter.Be careful not to cut your fingers!

Step 3: Needed to Complete Project

These are all the materials you will need to complete the project.

Step 4: Apply the Oil

Apply the oil to the back side of the leather. Make sure you apply a heavy coat of oil.

Step 5: Draw the Seam Line for the Wallet and Pierce It With a Hammer

At this time, draw a line on the wallet to make the sewing line.

Pierce it with a hammer on the sewing line.

Step 6: Sew It

Sew it with the wax cord.

Step 7: Fix a Button

Fix a button.

Step 8: You Have Completed Your Project

Congratulations!!

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    6 Discussions

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    TiffanieD1
    TiffanieD1

    Question 7 months ago on Step 1

    This is just what I've been looking for. I was thinking of making two, one for keeping a few garden tools handy, and one for keeping my wallet, sanitizer, and sun block handy while out on the bike. I showed the photo of the bag to some friend I bike with, and two of them want me to make them bags also. BUT... there is no material list, and the PDF file does not have the pattern.

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    Lilswiss
    Lilswiss

    3 years ago

    After some investigation, It appears that these are instructions to a pattern that you need to purchase:

    http://balisage.saleshop.jp/items/4076716

    and these are just the instructions to go with it... which... I don't know how to feel about this, Its a cool bag, but if your just posting instructions to a pattern that someone has to buy... I mean, Its not hard to reconstruct, but its still a bummer...

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    DylanD581
    DylanD581

    4 years ago

    Such a great idea and so easy! Many times in the shop, I've wanted to keep a tool nearby. This is a great tool holder!

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you for comment!!

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    KateinNH
    KateinNH

    4 years ago

    This is a great idea and I could totally use something like this for my tool belt. Store-bought tool belts are often too bulky for types of jobs and many carpenters purchase a Klein "bolt bag" but they are expensive, ugly and made out of canvas and often too large. This would be perfect when I don't need multi-pocket bulky bags, but a lightweight, small bag to hang on my belt to hold a few screws or whatever. Excellent!

    I only wish that the pattern was made available for copying and that there was a specific tool list. Some of the tools seem unique and there is no specifics about what "oil" is being used. Also, the rivets and the rivet tool escape me, possibly grommets would serve the same purpose?

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    ishiyasu
    ishiyasu

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you for comment!!