How to Make a Leather iPhone Case

Create a professional iPhone case using genuine leather.

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Use scrap leather if you have, you don't need a large piece.

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Cut it in two even rectangular-shaped pieces. I used my iPhone to measure precisely the width and hight.

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This is optional. I used soft fabric to line the inside of the leather, allowing for a smooth surface for my iPhone to lay on. I cut the fabric the same dimensions as the leather scraps.

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Using glue gun, glue the fabric to the leather. Make sure not to get any glue on the visible part of the leather, it won't look too nice otherwise 😊.

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Once you've finished gluing the fabric to the leather, use a sharp knife and cut the excess fabric that may stick out. Giving the leather a nice, clean look.

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Then take a sewing needle, preferably a strong one, and make holes in the leather to mark where you'll be sewing the two leather pieces together to form the case.

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This is what it should look like. Then align the two pieces on top of one another.

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Using thick thread, sew the two leather pieces together. You may use any color you like.

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Use the sharp knife to shape the top flap however you like. Then make a small incision in the middle of the flap.

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Using left over leather scraps, cut a long, thin leather piece making a string. Then thread it through the newly-made hole.

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Tie a knot with the leather string on the top flap. Make another hole in the actual case and using more leather string, tie a knot once more.

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Make a loop using the remainder leather string and glue it carefully in place.

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Bam! A professional-looking iPhone case made of genuine leather. You can also carry cash in it, making it a little iPhone wallet!

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