Navy Blue Minimalist Hobonichi Weeks (Mega) Leather Cover
-Designed for the Hobonichi Weeks and the Hobonichi Weeks Mega
-Made from vegetable tanned cow leather
-Burnished and finished leather edges
Compatible Refill Sizes
-Hobonichi Weeks /Weeks Mega
*Custom sizes available
Stitching Method - Hand-stitching vs Machine-stitching
Hand-stitching - The traditional method saddle makers use to make horse saddles, also known as saddle stitching. This method is known for its durability and elegance. Leather items are sewn stitch by stitch by hand. The stitch line of hand-stitched items is slightly raised resulting in a more dimensional look. Hand-stitching is a very time-consuming process, resulting in a higher cost.
Machine-stitching - Although machine-stitching is not as elegant as traditional hand-stitching. Every item from us is carefully stitched together using a machine. We use a much tighter stitch length compared to hand-stitching to create a neat and tightly-packed stitch line that's very difficult to recreate by hand. This method allows us to price products lower and provide more value. Yet, still being able to provide a durable product of top quality materials and craftsmanship.
About the leather:
Minerva Box Vegetable Tanned Leather comes from the Badalassi Carlo Tannery in Italy. They are well known for their premium vegetable tanned leathers and the beautiful colors are able to produce.
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This leather is very beautiful! I didn't find the wait time to be very long (it went very quickly) and the shipping seemed quite quick as well considering it came from Hong Kong and I live in Canada! Beautiful item. Superb craftsmanship and excellent stitching! Quality item! Thank you for such a beautiful item!!
Absolutely Beautiful Work & Leather!!😍 I will purchase again from Eternal Leather!!😃
The shipping time was excellent, and my weeks cover is lovely, a bit stiff at first but it soon fits perfectly, lovely quality and well worth the wait as it had to come from so far away, will always use this company again as I really love the hobbonichi way. Steven Fuller. England.