I did a pattern a while ago about this passport and card holder and realized I never filmed a video showing how to make it. In addition to the pdf pattern an acrylic template is also available now in the shop. Pdf pattern: https://am-leathercraft.com/collections/card-holders/products/passport-holder-patterns Acrylic templates: https://am-leathercraft.com/collections/acrylic-patterns/products/passport-holder-acrylic-patterns-free-shipping
How to prep a brand new stitching clam I have just this brand new clam from the carpenter, I have given him an original Blanchard clam and asked him to copy it. I am showing you in the video below how to prep it, it always feels better to handle tools that you have personalized to your taste rather than the new ones straight from the store. Support me on PatreonList of tools and material used in this video: • Linseed oil• Some veg tanned leather• NT utility knife (these are great!)• 600 grit sand paper
Dear leather crafters In this video I am showing 5 useful tips for leather crafts. • Tip 1: threading needles • Tip 2: finishing a stitching • Tip 3: Water edge finishing (works on veg tanned leather only) • Tip 4: Making a belt loop • Tip 5: Cutting a symmetrical template I hope these tips will help you, don't hesitate to share yours too! For more videos like this one check out my Youtube channel. Check our downloadable and acrylic leather craft patterns. List of tools : - Affordable leather crafting tool kit - Scratch awl - NT cutter - Mallet - Saddler leather hammer...
Dear Leather crafters, Some of you have already been in the trade for decades, some for a few days and some other are still considering to get started at leather craft. The projects below are perfect whether you are willing to work on something quick and easy to make or whether you are just a beginner. We have worked on two projects that are not requiring big amounts of leather or a lot of stitching... Actually one of the two projects does not even require any stitching capabilities. If you haven't practiced leather working a lot or simply need something quick...
This type of closure is great when you don't want to use any hardware or you simply don't have any in stock. After all it works perfectly and it is practical to use. This wallet might take more time to make than most other simple wallets I have uploaded the patterns for but isn't much harder to craft. There is a bit more hand stitching involved and you will need a zipper, preferably with 3mm teeth rather than 5mm. I did not have any bottom nor top metal stoppers for the zipper so I had to replace them by leather bits,...