Making a Handmade Travel Passport Leather Wallet / Case

About: Hello from mother Russia

1 waxing/polishing

2 cutting

21,4cm x 15,4cm (2pieces)
hole for passports 4x14,4cm
left side 8,7x11-15,4cm (as you need)
right side 8,7x11-13cm + 2 holes for cards 5,6cm wide 1-1,5cm between holes

3 bevelling
look my vid

4 gluing

5 stiching
i made it with my typical gc 6-7 (look vid)

6 chemical treatment
i assume it is kenda, but i am not sure.

7 edge polishing
i prefer wax

more in my video. don't forget thumbs up! thnx

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