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    Default Stitchless leather coin purse

    Made these little stitchless leather coin purses awhile back, saw them online somewhere and worked out the pattern for the template. The back can be done just like the front (only sideways) with a snap, so the whole thing comes completely open. Or I used a rivot on back, so the thing stays mostly closed. My wife keeps her earrings in them.

    coin purse 1 by sherlockian100, on Flickr
    Used a Sam Brown stud closure on this second one.

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    Elementary, Watson!



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    Those are cool, Sherlockian. I've never seen those before.
    If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance, baffle 'em with BS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekon86 View Post
    Elementary, Watson!



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    LOL, thats funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherlockian100 View Post
    LOL, thats funny!
    But Holmes never actually said it. Only in Hollywood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedog View Post
    But Holmes never actually said it. Only in Hollywood.
    That is true. "Elementary" and "dear watson" both appear in "The Crooked Man," but not together.
    Last edited by sherlockian100; 06-11-2012 at 06:12 AM.

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    Those are nifty,can't recall ever seeing one made that way.Wonder if I can sneak out into the shop before my wife catches me....

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    i like those
    very clever

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    I guess I am thick headed today, can you sketch out the flat pattern. I just ain't seeing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d37fan View Post
    I guess I am thick headed today, can you sketch out the flat pattern. I just ain't seeing it.
    Agreed, I have been lost trying to figure this one out as well.
    I will blame the rainy day for my slowness.

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