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Wallet of Devouring

Posted by Fallon Foster on

Remember that Bag of Holding?  The client liked that so much they put in an order for a Wallet designed after it's infamous cousin: the Bag of Devouring.  We used the same basic construction (milled veg-tan shell, canvas lining) for a tri-fold clutch wallet with space for cards, cash, change, and the client's cell phone.  I might've added a little more space for the cards or tightened the elastics for the phone a bit more on the whole I think it came out pretty well.

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Tan Wallet

Posted by Fallon Foster on

This was a quick commission for my brother-in-law.  The design is patterned off a prototype I built a couple years ago and have been using for myself so I'm pretty confident in the general design.  I cut down on some of the build time by removing any semblance of a cash pocket and streamlining the card pockets a bit.  I figured I could seal the fabric and keep it from fraying by "cauterizing" the edges but that's had the unintended effect of warping the edges a bit.  After spending the night in traction most of that warping's gone away but...

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Wallet Lanyard Mark II

Posted by Fallon Foster on

The gentleman who was so pleased with his wallet lanyard last year contacted me to make him a second one, practically identical but two times as long.  The project was a little delayed due to a shortage in my supply chain but I was able to get it off to him just after New Years.

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Testimonial: Wallet Lanyard

Posted by Fallon Foster on

It's always nice hearing from clients once they've gotten their orders but this just made my day. Wow! This is one beautiful piece sir. I love it! It's exactly what I wanted. I didn't want anything too showy -- low key, but well made was the plan. Thank you very much for your thoughtfulness and custom touches. Your workmanship is superb sir!

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Wallet Lanyard

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I happen to come from a place where it's pretty common to keep your wallet on a chain but I can't say I'd ever done it myself.  So when I was asked to braid a custom lanyard I admit I had to google wallet lanyards to remind myself of the details.  The client had just obtained a very nice deerskin wallet and they were looking for a matching lanyard.  Deerskin is a bit unusual as a braiding material because it lacks the tensile strength of other leathers.  It's very soft and supple and comfy, but the low tensile strength makes...

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