Nelson-based Pieter Wessels of Hendrik’s Leather is a self-taught leather craftsman who makes high quality leather wallets and card holders that are hand cut and hand stitched using the traditional saddle stitch method. His classic and durable designs are made to last for years to come.
Heads up! These stylish leather cardholders with antique brass stud closures from Missus Mac are still available in Mahogany and Slate, so get yours while you can!
This one of a kind wallet from The Cabin Supply Co is the perfect gift for your favourite adventurer…
Max Jones of Honey Bird Leathercraft has a way with words as well as leather: “Perhaps every man comes to a point in his life when he looks around at what he has created for himself and is thus afforded an opportunity to really consider … Read more »
We are constantly in awe of Auckland artisan Louise of Bibliographica – she makes the most beautiful books with attention to every tiny detail, from the intricate hand stitches and embossing to the vintage embellishments and tea-stained pages.
Dressed in black reclaimed leather, my rustic, weathered coat is sure to inspire. Intricate stitching with purple linen thread adorns my coat in a swirling pattern from front to back. Open me up, and you’ll find I begin & end with snippets of hand-aged batik style decorative paper in blue & cream hues. In between, I’m filled with 36 sheets of purple-stained paper to write your little secrets or mantras.
A well designed wallet with quality handmade construction is an investment that pays off with many years of solid use – and Felt is proud to bring these beautiful handcrafted leather wallets from Hendrik’s Leather to you.
Costume, character and crafts(wo)manship: the leatherwork of Kay Buchanan
Kay Buchanan of Leather Creations has always had a passion for the arts – be it music, craft, painting, drawing, photography, theatre, costuming or film. Add to this a deep commitment to the ethics of her work and the inspiration of living in Aotearoa, and the result is her truly beautiful, fantastical range of leather and textile clothing and accessories.
Jack Faulkner of The Cabin Supply Co hails from Scotland, first coming here for a ski season six years ago. Constantly thinking about the next thing to make and learn, Jack’s so far dabbled in silversmithing, ceramics and letterpress (and leatherwork of course!) – and the back pocket of their jeans always has a stash of bits of paper with doodles on them.