DIY Pencil Case Leather Kit

$ 45
Color: Medium Brown
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PENCIL CASE LEATHER KIT - DIY

Make your own pencil case! This super sturdy pencil case is stylish, functional, and made to fit pencils, pens, most paintbrushes, and crochet hooks. With the zipper already sewn in, you will be stitching the case around the zipper!

All tools, materials, and easy to follow instructions included!

Shipping

All orders placed Monday through Friday have a 24-hour processing time, dependent on stock availability. Orders placed after Friday 5pm will be processed the following Monday. If you have a delivery deadline you want to be sure you hit, please give us a call at 978-986-4548.

Returns

We hope you love your Todder product as much as we do.  However, if you need to return or exchange an item, we accept all merchandise in its original condition (all tags attached + packaging included) within 30 days of your original purchase. All you need to do is complete the return form enclosed with your order and include it in your package. An email will be sent notifying you that your return has been received.  If you are exchanging a product, your replacement item should ship out within 10 business days.  Kindly note, Todder is not responsible for lost packages during the return process or refunding shipping costs. Please package your return with care, since items damaged in transit can’t be refunded. Please allow 5 business days for refunds to be processed. 

Please send returns/exchanges to:

 

Todder LLC

15 Graf Rd

Newburyport, MA 01950

Customer Reviews

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W.S.

Really excited on how it turned out. Gift to my son who is a pilot in the Army.

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B.
Nice case, good introduction to sewing curves/gussets

Simple, well designed case. Everything needed to make the complete project. This kit requires stitching on a curve which can be awkward for beginners. This case is straightforward enough and not so complicated that it will frustrate those new to leather craft. It takes a little extra effort but the result is worth it. In my case, I selected black leather and thread. After stitching, some of the brown leather edges were visible. A little touch up with a black felt tip marker covered the brown and the burnishing went well. I'm very happy with the kit and project.

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