How to Make a Wallet.... But....




Introduction: How to Make a Wallet.... But....

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I made a Wallet case 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 a card.

Step 2: Apply the Oil

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

Step 3: Needed to Complete Project

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

Step 4: Polish the Leather Edge

Apply oil to the leather edge and polish it with the stick of the wood.

Step 5: Draw a Line to Show the Sewing Line

At this time, draw a line about 0.1 inch away the sewing line from the edge.

Step 6: 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 7: Sew It

Sew it with the wax cord.

Step 8: The Inside Pockets Are Attached

There is an  inside pocket on the right and left  side.

Step 9: Oh My God!

Hi, everyone...
I failed....I was not able to finish that I made a wallet.
Because holes were out of position, a needle was not able to go through holes.
It was difficult to pierce it exactly.
I reflect upon that, and use it for next time!!
I  will reuse these materials and I will make something.
I am sorry not  to be completed!
Thank you for watching!!

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    6 years ago

    Love this project. Could you post a pdf of your template.


    Reply 6 years ago

    Thank you for comment!! I'm happy!:)


    7 years ago

    totally not a failure. now we all know what can happen.


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for comment! Failure is a stepping stone to success. I do my best!


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you! I use these materials carefully.