VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch
VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch
VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch
VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch
VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch

VIDEO LESSON / No.1010 Round Zip Top Pouch

If you purchase this lesson "with a PDF pattern," you will receive a 10% discount.
 For more information about the patterns, please seethe PATTERNS page.

This is a video lesson where you can learn how to make a this item. This video provide step-by-step instructions on how to make the item, from cutting leather to assembly, as well as tips on how to use the tools.
After payment, the video link and password will be sent to you by email.

【Video titles and running time】
LESSON DAY-1:70min
LESSON DAY-2:39min

*The number of days in the video does not include production time.


How to use the basic tools and dyes is shown in detail in theNo.1005 Polygon Slim Wallet video. If you are new to leathercraft, we recommend you take the course first.

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With a round zip top, this pouch can open wide to let you see inside easily. The body has a crush-resistant structure that is good for holding computer accessories. You will use a diamond-point stitching awl to make holes one by one when you sew an extra piece to build the belt gussets. This is perfect for those who have never used a diamond-point stitching awl before.

【About the instructor】
Yasue Tsuchihira
Started leathercraft at the age of 13. After studying design at Kuwasawa Design School, she worked as a bag designer for an apparel company.
Established .URUKUST in 2011.
Since 2012, she has been working as a part-time lecturer at Joshibi University of Art and Design, Product Design Course.
She also has been working as a lecturer at Seiwa Leather Craft Workshop (Seiwa Co., Ltd.) and at HANDS DO PROJECT (Tokyu Hands Co., Ltd.) since 2014.

【YouTube video】
You can watch an outline of the production process for free on YouTube. You can see the tools we use in the video.
.URUKUST YouTubeChannel