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no-sew leather pouch

Over the end of last year, I was so busy making up handmade gifts for friends, relatives and family members. This no-sew Leather Pouch is one of the gifts I have done. It is made from genuine soft leather and the size is 4″ (W) x 2 1/2″ (H). It is perfect for keeping loose coins and small notes, or, for storing your business cards, discount cards, etc.

In order to further enhance the design, I used high-quality permanent ink to stamp and decorate the Leather Pouch. The permanent ink I used is Stazon and I have tested that they durable on leather. Add some metal embellishments as you wish for a touch of refinement.

easy no-sew leather pouch

The leathers used in this pouch are pigment coated finished leather scraps. I bought the leather from a shop where they collected the scraps from a sofa factory, car seat factory and other leather goods factories.

Since I only need a small piece (10″ x 6″) of leather to make this little pouch, these scraps are more than enough to make a few of them in different colors. You may also salvage leather from big old furniture or big bags since some parts of them are still in good condition.

no-sew envelop pouch

The Leather Pouch uses easy-to-install Button Stud flap closure, all you need is to punch a couple of holes on the no-sew Leather Pouch (holes positions are stated in the pouch template), follow the details on next page on how to screw them together to make up the pouch.


The capacity of the no-sew Leather Pouch can easily handle 8 to 10 loyalty cards, or about 30 business cards.

no-sew leather card pouch

If you prefer, the no-sew leather Pouch can be used as a coin purse to keep loose coins and small notes instead of using it as a card pouch. It is ideal for school kids to bring their lunch money to school.

I find both of them came handy inside my big purse, so I made 2 for myself, one as card pouch and one as a coin purse.

no-sew leather coin pouch

It is a perfect gift to make for Father’s Day and Back To School, for men and schoolboys respectively, just leave the design plain if you wish as men and boys might prefer plain pouch design. You can even make a pair of them for couples or newlywed couples; a plain design for him and a feminine design for her by using the same leather, for example. Both designs are equally charming.

no-sew leather coin purse

No-Sew Leather Pouch

Difficulty: Easy
Finished size: approximately 4″ (W) x 2 1/2″ (H)
Download:No Sew Pouch Template

Materials and Tools:
1. Leather (pigment coated finished leather) scrap, 10″ x 6″
2. Button Stud (screwback), Antique Brass color, 1 set. 8mm tall; 7mm base diameter; 6mm stud head diameter
3. Hole Punch Tool
4. Ball-pen
5. Scissors that are able to cut or thick fabric
6. Stamps and Permanent Ink (optional)
7. Embellishment (optional)
8. Tragacanth Leather Burnishing gum and tools (optional)
9. No Sew  Pouch Template

I used CMC (Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose) clear leather burnishing agentburnishing gum. Tragacanth Leather Burnishing gum and tools are optional but your leather product will look professionally done if you have it treated.
I used Stazon Permanent ink stamp pad (Timber BrownStazon and Opague Cotton White)stazon to create some design on the no sew pouch, and further enhance the look by adding some star shaped stud with prongs.


diy no sew pouch 1Gather all the materials and tools listed above.


diy no sew pouch 2The stud button is easily fastened together with the screwback attachment that is included.


diy no sew pouch 3Trace the no-sew Leather Pouch template to the flesh side of the leather.


diy no sew pouch 4Carefully cut out the leather piece with a pair of strong scissors. Cut inside the lines so that the pen marks are not on the edge of the pouch.
Punch holes on the No-Sew Pouch as indicated on the template.


diy no sew pouch 5Optional. Apply a small amount of the burnishing gum to the flesh side or edge of your leather spread evenly then firmly work into the leather with a smooth wooden dowel or piece of scrapper.
I used a plastic soft scraper to apply the gum, I am not scrapping, instead, I use it to push the gum into the leather. Later, I found that using fingers to apply the gum is easier.


diy no sew pouch 7Leather the edges with burnishing gum as well.


diy no sew pouch 6Reapply burnishing gum as necessary to the leather and leave to dry.


diy no sew pouch 8The difference between a burnished leather (bottom piece) and non-burnished leather (top piece).
A burnished leather will give a neat flesh side and edges.


diy no sew pouch 9Stamp on the leather to make some designs. This is absolutely optional as some people will love to have the No-Sew Pouch plain.
I used Stazon permanent ink pad and some favorite stamps. They stay permanent on the leather, rubbing won’t hurt them, but please avoid aggressive solvent-based cleaner.


diy no sew pouch 10Further embellish the no-sew Leather Pouch with some metal parts, again, this is optional.


no-sew leather pouchAssemble the stud button onto the no-sew Leather Pouch to complete the pouch.


no-sew leather pouch1. Insert the screwback plate from the flesh side of the left flap.
2. Follow by the right flap.
3. Then by the bottom flap.
4. Screw the round stud head tightly to the screwback to complete.


no-sew leather pouchPush the stud button through the hole on the top flap to close the pouch.


no-sew leather pouchAn easy no-sew Leather Pouch is done.


The no-sew Leather Pouch is great for storing your loose coins, business card, member card or even discount card. It can be a little wallet for a boy to carry their lunch money to school.

no-sew leather wallet



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15 DIY Leather Crafts That are Simply Fantastic

When it comes to learning new crafting techniques, we find that we usually enjoy practicing something when it involves working with a particular kind of material. Most recently, we’ve been particularly obsessed with learning how to work with leather a little better! Being the busy people we are, Internet tutorials are our biggest ally and resource during any new learning process, so we can often be found scouring the online tutorials lately in search of new DIY leather projects that will help us practice our new skills and keep getting better.

If you’re feeling just as intent as we were, if not more, on learning how to make new things with leather, check out these 15 fantastic and quite simple ideas, designs, and tutorials that we’ve come across so far in our search for inspiration and guidance!

1. DIY compact leather wallet


Are you the kind of practical DIY enthusiast who would always prefer to make something you can actually use over something decorative, even if you like to make sure whatever you’re creating also looks nice as well? In that case, so long as you have a little bit of experience in simple sewing techniques, then we think you just might be the perfect person to give these DIY compact leather wallets outlined in full detail on Leather Craft Patterns a try!

2. DIY leather wrapped flask


Are you actually not feeling quite ready yet to create something that’s entirely leather from scratch, but you’d still like to start practicing with it and getting into leather crafting somehow? In that case, we think you might have better luck embellishing something else with leather instead. We’d suggest giving something like this simple but classy looking DIY leather wrapped flask from I Spy DIY a try!

3. Leather bow cuff


If you’re going to put in all the time and effort it takes to make something out of leather, would you actually much rather create something that you can wear? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how surprisingly simply Our Something New created this beautiful bow shaped leather wrist cuff! Even beginners can make this one happen.

4. DIY leather luggage tag


Are you actually quite new to the world of DIY as a whole and looking for something very simple indeed? Perhaps you’re actually just a total jet-setter who prefers to make travel based things for yourself whenever you can. In either case, we have a feeling that these little leather luggage tags outlined step by step on Almost Makes Perfect might be right up your alley!

5. Simple DIY leather travel wallet


Did we actually really pique your interest when we started talking about the idea of making some kind of wallet but we also caught your eye with our talk of travel because you’re always on the road for work? Then we think you just might be the perfect person to give this beautiful (albeit slightly more challenging) leather travel wallet featured in detail on The Leathercraft Academy a try!

6. DIY leather camera strap


Perhaps we’ve still got you thinking about how much you liked the idea of making something productive that you’ll actually use but you’d prefer to create something geared towards your other biggest passion (besides crafting, of course)? Well, if that happens to be photography, then we’d be willing to bet that this lovely DIY leather camera strap outlined in great detail on Almost Makes Perfect might be right up your alley!

7. DIY leather tote


No matter who you are or what your hobbies are like, you can always use a tote bag. There just never seem to be enough tote bags for all the things we need to carry! That’s why, when we decided we wanted to use our leather skills practice to make something practical that we’ll actually use, we went on the hunt for tote bag tutorials. This one from TaylorMade Creates was our favourite!

8. Leather and stump studded stool


Maybe you’re actually so into the idea of learning how to craft with leather that you’d rather use your skills to make something for your home? Well, if you’re in the need for a new stool or foot stool and your room has a slightly rustic aesthetic that will suit wood as well, then we’d absolutely encourage you to take a look at the way Anythingology made this beautiful leather and tree stump studded stool in a way that’s unexpectedly straightforward.

9. DIY stamped leather tie clip


Are you actually still scrolling through out list hoping to find something a little bit simpler and smaller to make from leather because you’d like to give it to a friend or loved one as a gift? Well, if that person wears ties regularly, like to the office, then perhaps they’d appreciate something like this little stamped leather clip tie that you can learn how to make on Lovely Indeed!

10. DIY leather laptop sleeve


Just in case you’re still in the market for a practical leather project but you’re also the kind of person who uses your laptop more than literally anything else you own, here’s an idea that’s both useful and extremely simple. We’re actually so fond of this easy leather laptop sleeve tutorial outlined on Oh Happy Day that we have made ourselves two of them in different colours of leather!

11. DIY leather heart keychains


Just in case you’re feeling very interested indeed in the idea of making something that involves leather stamping but you know you won’t use a tie clip, here’s a beautiful alternative from Polkadot Chair that’s just as simple but maybe a little less specific. Take a better look at their tutorial to see how these gorgeous DIY leather heart keychains were made in just a few simple steps.

12. DIY monogrammed leather keychain


Have we actually really got you feeling quite convinced indeed by the idea of making not just leather keychains but also letter stamped leather keychains specifically, but you’re still just not quite sold on the heart shape you saw above? Then here’s another similar but differently shaped idea for your consideration! Check out how The Sweetest Occasion made these ones that look like little ribbon tags instead.

13. Trendy leather cuff


Has your favourite idea on our list so far actually been that of a leather cuff but you’re just not sure that the bow concept we showed you earlier on our list quite fits your personal style? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at this alternative tutorial from The Red Kitchen that will help you make a similar piece, but this time much simpler and without the girly detail.

14. No-stitch leather card holder


Maybe you’re still finding yourself thinking just a little bit about the idea of making a leather wallet like we showed you earlier, but you’re not the kind of person who carries much on you besides your driver’s license and a few bank cards, so you’re not sure you’ll use all those compartments? In that case, we think you might have a little more luck making yourself something like these easy no-stitch leather card holders featured step by step on Makesupply!

15. DIY scrap leather pencil caps


Have you actually been crafting with leather quite a lot lately and now you’re finding yourself collecting quite the scraps stash because you’re unwilling to throw out the unused ends from other projects if they’re a good size? Well, we do that too, so we certainly can’t say we blame you. We’d suggest putting those things to good use by making these very simple little leather pencil caps outlined step by step on Instructables. They’re great for pens, pencils, or even eyeliners that you’ve lost the lid to but don’t want to see get ruined or make a mess in a drawer or purse!

Have you made other kinds of fantastic DIY projects from leather before that you were very happy with indeed and still use but that you don’t see here on our list? Tell us all about what you created and how you did it or link us to photos of your finished work in the comments section!

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