Key Holder

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You can have this acrylic pattern from here:

http://www.leathercraftpattern.com/Acrylic-templat...

The finished size is about: 2.6" x 4.3" x 0.8" (6.5cm x 11cm x 2cm).

Hardware: key hooks x1, 20mm dog hook x1, 201 snap x1, 8mm x 6mm rivet x2.

Leather: We advice 2.0mm (5oz) leather for surface, size 25cm x 37cm, 1.0mm(2.5oz) leather for lining, size 22cm x 25cm.

Tools: If you are a new leather player, try to considerate to have tool kit here: http://www.leathercraftpattern.com/leather-tools-...

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Step 1: Cut All Leather Pieces Use Acrylic Pattern.

Step 2: Punch Holes.

Step 3: Punch Stitching Holes.

Step 4: Install Key Hook With Key Hook Pad on Lining Use Rivets.

Step 5: Install Snap Socket and Cap Together on Lining and Surface. Also Install Stud and Eyelet on Surface Only.

Step 6: You Can See the Lining Is Shorter Than Surface, Then the Key Holder Will Have a Natural Bending Effect. We Sew Along Stitching Lines Until We Finish This Work.

Step 7: You Can See the Lining Is Shorter Than Surface, Then the Key Holder Will Have a Natural Bending Effect. We Sew Along Stitching Lines Until We Finish This Work.

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