Regardless of where it's made around the world, handmade items are generally of high quality. Fit and finish may not always be as clean as mechanized items but when something is made by hand, care and quality are always involved. Whether you made it yourself or purchased it from a maker, show off what you have that is a one-of-a-kind item or small-batch made by hand. I recently got into working a bit with leather instead of sticking to my strict "metal-only" mentality. I look at it almost like flexible metal. Nice thick hide wears like iron and if taken care of will last forever. My reason for starting was created by one of my favorite handmade items I recently got, my Michal Morris friction folder. I made a pocket sheath for it so it wouldn't get beat up. I found it relaxing and over the past week I just kept going with other random projects. My key hook and copper pocket clip for my Manix 2 A few other items. A sheath for chapstick and St. Florian, leather wristband, belt loop keychains etc. Now it's your turn!