I decided to change things up a little bit, so I made this new version of my Minimalist Bi-fold wallet.
The difference is that this wallet was made out of one piece of leather instead of three. I thought it could speed up the process of making this wallet, but it didn’t go as fast as I wanted it to go. Eventually, I spent almost identical amount of time making this type of wallet as I spent on the previous one.
I made two color themes, this one – saddle tan leather + white stitching and another one – natural leather + orange stitching. The second mentioned is not to be shown in this post due to few flaws (dark brown dye accidentally sprinkled over natural leather).
A little zoom onto my logo stamped in the bottom right corner.
As you can see in these pictures, it became my personal wallet in which I carry 8 cards + cash with ease. I can easily pull the cards out as well as cash bills.
Description: Minimalist Bi-fold leather wallet #3
Material: Vegetable-tanned cow hide approximately 1.8mm thick
Color: Saddle Tan (Fiebing’s proffesional oil dye)
Stitching: White 1mm thick waxed polyester thread