Getting it done with Snooks Eaglin this afternoon
Every now and then I make a wallet that I’m especially proud of. This is one of those times. After a couple of failed attempts to make my lady the business card holder that she so desperately needed, I came up with this design for a commuter’s wallet.
It features one main pocket with welted construction to several business cards right out of the package (it should expand to fit more as you use it) and a rear pocket for your metro card of other frequently-access bits.
I’ve got a couple of these made, so far, but only this one in natural horse Chromexcel and brass snaps is available. You can pick it up here.
This rust Dublin deluxe card wallet is one of the best I’ve ever made. I love the mottled finish. It gives the leather a depth and dimension that’s just stunning.
You can buy one for yourself or a loved one here.
I’m in the process of revamping my lineup, so you might see some changes sooner or later. Fear not! Things will only improve.
This slim card wallet is new prototype that I’ve been working on recently. It’s made from some beautiful natural Essex and features an interior pocket for cards and other goodies and a easy-access front slot for frequently-used items like cash.
I had a number of customers request something similar and I loved it so much I decided to make it a permanent part of the line up.
You can buy one for yourself here.
Today’s stitching soundtrack. These fingers work better with a beat.
I love this simple bifold with just two pockets. It’s made from some beautiful natural Dublin leather.
Something similar will be available in the shop soon.
Yum. Here’s a coffee bean Dublin Moleskine cover made for a customer recently. I just love the dappled color of the leather. This cover isn’t up in the shop yet, but maybe soon.
A classic leather Moleskine notebook cover made from Horween’s bison and Chromexcel leather.
This bison leather is incredible and has so much character.
I listed it on the shop, so you can get your own if you’d like.
This card wallet was originally supposed to be a one-off for my brother’s birthday, but I like it so much that I decided to make it a permanent part of my line up. It’s made from Horween’s cognac Essex leather.
It’s listed in the shop here.