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DIY: Knotted Leather Drawer Pulls

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DIY: Knotted Leather Drawer Pulls

Izabella Simmons September 25, 2013

Just when we thought we’d covered all possible DIY leather pull options, we spotted a new, no-hardware-required version via Swedish blog Fixa & Dona.

Photos by Hildur via Fixa & Dona.

Above: Fold the leather pull in half, and use a belt punch plier or scratch awl and add four holes.

Above: Thread a length of leather lacing (instead of a bolt) through the cabinet holes.

Above: Attach the pull by threading the black leather cord through the holes of the pull and cabinet and then double tie a knot. 

 

Above: Leather Factory Round Lace is $15.01 from Amazon. Photo via Rio Grande

Are you looking for more Leather Pull ideas? Check out our 10 Easy Pieces: Leather Cabinet Hardware.

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