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Leather Projects

Key case:

  • Key cases are small and useful to hook keys. Key cases are fabricated in a variety of designs and shapes with attractive fittings. It can be made from a small amount of leathers.

Specification:

Size: 16cm.x10cm. (Cut-edged construction)

Raw materials:

  • Finished leathers: Cow upper/softy, Goat upper/softy
  • Accessories: eyelets, purse button, thread, matching color pigment/dye and adhesive

Preliminary operations:

  • Pattern cutting, leather components cutting, splitting, skiving, creasing and staining

Fabrication:

  • Marking holes, punching and fixing key hook in the middle panel, using eyelets
  • Top, middle and bottom components assembly with the back panel, using adhesive and stitching
  • Marking holes, punching and fixing the button

Finishing:

  • Removing the excess adhesive and fusing the excess thread
  • Smoothening edges with emery paper
  • Staining edges with matching color pigments/dyes
  • Rubbing the edges with wax polish after color drying
  • Rubbing the edges with a piece of smooth cloth for glossiness
 

Coin pouch:

  • It is a beautiful, small and useful to carry coins for petty shopping. It is usually made from garment leather waste. A variety of color combinations are given while fabricating to make the pouches attractive.

Specification:

Size:13cm x 5.5cm (turn– edge construction)

Raw materials:

  • Finished leathers: garment leather waste
  • Accessories: No.3 nylon zip, No.3 runner, thread and adhesive

Preliminary operations:

  • Pattern cutting, leather components cutting

Fabrication:

  • Zip attaching to the center panel and stitching
  • Components assembling on the reverse (flesh) side, using adhesive
  • Stitching
  • Turning the pouch to the front (grain) side and hammering gently at the stitched ends for perfect shaping

Finishing:

  • Removing the excess adhesive and fusing the excess thread
  • Cleaning the pouch with a piece of smooth cloth
 

Gents belt:

  • Belts are in use from ancient civilization to modern time. Belts can be made wide or narrow, plain or printed, conventional or colorful according to the choice and fashion trends. Belts are made using different techniques of constructions such as cut-edged, butt-edged and fold-edged.

Specification:

Size:110cm x 3.0cm (Fold–edge construction)

Raw materials:

  • Finished leathers: cow upper/cow softy upper
  • Accessories: Belt buckle, purse buttons, thread, matching color dye and adhesive

Preliminary operations:

  • Pattern cutting, straps cutting (top, bottom, reinforcement and loops), splitting skiving and staining

Fabrication:

  • Trimming the ends of the top, bottom and reinforcement straps with the pattern
  • Joining the top belt strap with reinforcement strap, using adhesive
  • Folding the top strap over the reinforcement strap accurately and hammering gently on the folded edges
  • Joining the bottom lining strap with top belt strap assembly, using adhesive and hammering gently on the joined edges throughout the length of the strap
  • Marking for punching holes to fix belt buckle and buttons and to insert buckle prong into the suitable hole for waist tightening
  • Punching holes on the marks, using suitable punching tools
  • Fixing Buttons and buckle
  • Assembling the loops either by using synthetic adhesive and stitching or by stapling the assembled loops in the stapling machine
  • Folding the back panel assembly on all sides, leaving a small width in the center at the bottom for final folding

Finishing:

  • Removing the excess adhesive and fusing the excess thread
  • Staining the punched holes with matching color pigment/dye
  • Cleaning the belt with a piece of smooth cloth
 

Gents wallet:

  • Billfold or a wallet comes in a variety of designs. It is very useful to carry currencies, credit cards, ID cards, business cards etc.

Specification:

Size:21.5c.m x 9.5c.m (Fold-edge construction)

Raw materials:

  • Finished leathers: Cow softy upper/ goat softy upper/ sheep napa
  • Accessories: Mica sheet, silk/imitation suede lining, thread, matching color dye and adhesive

Preliminary operations:

  • Pattern cutting, leather and lining components cutting, mica piece cutting, splitting, skiving and staining

Fabrication:

  • Window panel assembly with mica piece, using adhesive
  • Stamp pocket and business card pockets assembly with lining, using adhesive
  • Front panel assembly with lining and center leather piece, using adhesive and stitching
  • Credit card pockets assembly and attaching the credit card pockets and window panel assembly with the front panel, using adhesive
  • Piping the center panel top, left side of the pockets and right side of the window panel with mica, using adhesive and stitching
  • Divider assembly with lining and top leather strap, using adhesive and then stitching
  • Back panel assembly with lining
  • Attaching front panel and divider assembly to the back panel assembly, using adhesive
  • Folding the back panel assembly on all sides, leaving a small width in the center at the bottom for final folding
  • Hammering gently at the folded edges
  • Stitching on all sides except at the bottom where a small width is left to prevent wrinkles while folding the wallet
  • Closing the unstitched width by pushing it over the back panel lining through the gap, using synthetic adhesive

Finishing:

  • Removing the excess adhesive and fusing the excess thread
  • Finishing the trimmed edges with the matching color pigment/dye by staining
  • Cleaning the product with the piece of smooth cloth