Making a Leather Bi-fold Wallet

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The pattern and instruction manual is available on our website.

Making a simple leather bi-fold wallet turned into a bit more of an advanced leather project which included skiving the leather edges.

I used 1.4mm thick vegetable tanned leather and the complete wallet has been hand stitched with the traditional saddle stitched.

We are a husband and wife team (Charlene and Terrick) and together we make up Chartermade 🙂

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I have been working with Aaron from Rocky Mountain Leather Supplies for many years and not only does he supply loads of great items for leather working, he is a really good man. His site is below. I get most of my stuff here.

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16 Replies to “Making a Leather Bi-fold Wallet”

  1. WR4SSE

    Hey man. Love the channel, lpvenyour work. Feedback would be that alot of techniques were skipped over. Would be handy to perhaps make a longer video and talk through more of the decision making process as you go

  2. Linda Daley

    I have just discovered your channel and I am enjoying it very much! I sew clothes, quilts, crochet, knit, embroider etc. and I would love to learn to do leather work. I would love to make my husband one of these Bi-fold wallets for his birthday! Thanks for the great videos!

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