dark green leather ID holder with geometric flower lining
pink leather ID holder with 1950s floral lining
dark green leather ID holder with plaid check lining
These compact ID holders are hand cut and machine stitched at my workshop in Bristol, UK.
Designed to fit Oystercards, bus passes or ID cards, this slim wallet sits flat in the front pocket keeping your essential cards to hand.
The sheep nappa leathers are carefully selected to complement the printed cotton and woven check linings.
Click here to browse current stock in my Etsy shop, or contact me here to discuss a custom order.
Another custom wallet recently ordered as a gift, ready to wrap up and post out. Contact me to discuss a personalised item or wallet remake here.
See more of my remaking projects here, or click here visit my online shop.
Just finished this new layout as a special order for a customer; plenty of room for cards, a handy external coin pocket, two hidden pockets and pop fastener to close.
I’m taking commissions in other colours. Click here to find out more about the purse, or contact me to discuss your new wallet.
I’ve had a productive few days, further refining the construction for my pop coin wallet.
The one above has a marbled, book endpaper style lining I found at Harrogate Knit and Stitch in November 2013. Many different fabric sellers were there, I also spotted a stand promoting Bradford Textile Archive a part of Bradford College, which looks interesting.
I have been exploring my new home city of Bristol by pursuing my interests: record shops (recent discoveries to follow) fabric shops, cinemas and galleries.
As for fabrics, poppypatchwork.co.uk have a wide range of fabrics on offer and are based in nearby Westbury-on-Trym.
Wanted Records in St. Nicholas Market is great for vinyl, think I’ll be back there soon!
I recently reworked my flyer artwork into a full colour advert for the new Hyde Park Picture House programme – click here to download a digital version. As usual, the Picture House has a great run of films coming up, but I’m especially excited about the ‘Sign Painters’ film, part of Leeds International Film Festival. I have the accompanying book and there’s so much beautiful modern day hand painted sign work in there. Just a shame it’s on at the same time as Andy Votel’s Klekspolitation at Belgrave Music Hall… it’s a tough choice!