Making the wristlet took an unduly amount of concentration. Cutting the leather with precision, inserting the special mustard coloured lining, hammering silver rivets and wielding my favourite tool - the hole punch. It took almost all day to get the job done, and the mess I created was nothing short of impressive. The top image shows my wonderful little old blue industrial sewing machine, which sews through leather beautifully. I have been leaning towards using kangaroo leather as it is lightweight and one of the strongest leathers available. I hope you enjoy browsing through my final product shots of the wristlet, it was fun bringing this piece to life. Time for me to zip it and get on with my next project!